Nothing makes Dr. Taggert Webster wearier than the two words “love” and “marriage”. Having grown up in an environment where “marriage” meant “the time before divorce” and “love” meant nothing, he wants to avoid them both. Unfortunately, his live-in lover Alex doesn’t share his opinion. Her need for his love and a deeper commitment is driving a wedge between them and ruining what he considers a perfect relationship.
During a heated argument, Tag mutters, “I wish you’d leave me alone….” And soon discovers the true meaning of the words “be careful what you wish for.” Not only does Alex leave … Read more