Maggie is forty-three years old and looking for romance. She loves her husband, Dan, but his idea of romance is a couple of drinks at the local bar and an early night at home. Her children think she's too old to care. And she's beginning to wonder if life has passed her by. But a chance meeting changes all that, and now Maggie faces tough decisions. Can she put the spark back into her marriage, or would she be better off calling it quits? Who is most important to her? Her husband? Her children? Herself? Of her earlier novel, He's Got to Go, Publisher's Weekly wrote, "O'Flanagan manages to keep wisdom and humor at the forefront." The Open Door Series: Originally designed to promote adult literacy in Ireland, these original stories from best-loved authors and new voices showcase some of our best writing in short fiction.