"Right 2 Wrongs" is a story about the complex interactions among three married couples. While the three women are longtime close friends, their husbands are not much more than acquaintances. The effects of the discovery of the adulterous relationship involving two couples brings longstanding distress, deception, and suspicion into the open. Previously obscured facets of the relationships between all of them, including the couple not involved in the infidelity, are revealed, leaving readers with the impression they are only seeing the tip of the iceberg and the desire to see what's below the surface.
The complexity of the organizational structure, tone, and flavor of the academic medical center where one member of each couple works plays a central role in the course of events. The resolution of some of their longstanding problems requires several characters to step back in time and review events in their past while others find themselves fully occupied, avoiding current pitfalls. "Right 2 Wrongs" should be read with care in order not to miss the subtle nuances of the many relationships and events.