LIVING IN GLASS HOUSES
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Living in Glass Houses is a contemporary story about three friends, all at a crossroads after discovering that even the best laid plans don't always result in the life you want. It's about navigating the murky waters of relationships and friendships and having the courage to make those hard, life-altering decisions which mark the difference between existing and living. Jonathan is a do-gooding college basketball coach in a relationship with a woman whose Park Avenue upbringing is at constant odds with his Main Street way of life. It's a life he's conceded to accept until he meets a woman who awakens in him everything he's been missing and is now uncertain he can live without. Elle is a NYC editor whose type-A personality has afforded her a fulfilling lifestyle in which she rarely doesn't get what she wants. That's until a failed relationship causes her walls to come crashing down around her. The man, who everyone agreed was her perfect other half, leaves her confused, insecure and incapable of moving on, even after she meets someone who's nothing like her, but who completes her in the strangest of ways. Blair is an optimistic good girl, turned jaded wife. After ten years of a disappointing marriage, she decides to reclaim her happiness and fill the void left by her wealthy, philandering husband. Just when everything she's ever dreamed of is finally within her grasp, she's haunted by her past, forcing her to make a decision which will forever change the path of her life.