Josephine Jackson thought she would be fine being a stay-at-home wife. She married her rich husband and was happy to quit her job. They had more than enough money and she was content for a while to keep the house clean and enjoy the advantages that come with no longer having to climb the corporate ladder. The arrangement works for a while, but Josephine grows tired of doing all of the work at home. She cleans, cooks, does laundry, and quickly begins to feel less like his wife and more like a servant. He even stops making love to her.