"It's the Swinging Sixties and in colourful London, everything's changing.”
It's the Swinging Sixties and in colourful London, everything's changing.
Traditional boundaries between men and women, love and marriage, work and home, are in flux - and when a love triangle involves four people, the distance between all of them narrows.
Take a passionate couple, a rock-solid family and an idyllic life on the West Wales coast. Throw in an outrageous dream, a life-changing situation and a difficult grandmother. Add a teaspoon of luck and a bucketload of love, mix in a dollop of emotion, a river of conflict - and stir!
Catherine Whitethorne is rich. She's driven and successful, has a thriving business and a clever brain. Her heart is small and clenched and hard. She lives above the law, does not know love and cares only for herself. She steals husbands.
Catherine Whitethorne always, always wins.
Isobel Richardson is torn. With an elderly mother on one side of the world and her husband and children in Australia, she tries to stretch around the globe with a hand on each household, but guess what? She can't. If only she could be in two places at once, perhaps her family wouldn't be falling apart.
Isobel's life has changed. All but destroyed one sunshiny day; just like that, when she wasn't looking. She needs to wake up and realise that unless she starts swimming, the waters might close completely over her head.
Jack loves his wife Stephanie, but Stephanie loves money, drugs - and other men. She leads a secret double life dealing heroin and snorting coke with best friend Jacinta.
There's a new man in Steph's life. Marcus. Remote, attractive and as keen to party as she is. There's only one problem - her drug-dealer lover, JB.