Randy M., that sounds right up my alley. Found a good used (cheap) copy at Amazon.
I just finished The Odds by Stewart O'Nan (one of my favorite writers). In this story, a couple who are about to divorce spend a weekend at Niagara Falls, reliving their honeymoon. They've been married 30 years and both consider the marriage to be a failure. Plus, they've both lost their jobs and their house is in foreclosure. She agreed to the weekend as a last "gift" to her husband before the divorce, and he planned the trip in an attempt to make her fall in love with him again. They've also cashed in their remaining assets and plan on blowing it all at the roulette table, using a system the husband thinks will guarantee winning.
It's a perfect story of marriage, how people get to know each other really well but still don't understand each other. I liked it a lot.