The Evergreen sisters are united - in envy of each other's love life.
Martha and Michael have the perfect home, the perfect family and the perfect life. Until one day, he leaves her. Eliza and Greg rent a one-bedroom flat where they make music and lots of love. Until one day, she leaves him.
Now the Evergreen sisters are united by separation. And suddenly, they're free to pursue the relationships they think they've always wanted.
Martha wants fun, and lots of it. Great sex and high excitement, courtesy of Jack-the-unpredictable-lad. Eliza wants the ideal husband, and fast. Sensible conversation and dinner parties with a man who doesn't buy groceries at the local garage.
So when both women find exactly what they're looking for, everybody's happy, aren't they? Or does chasing the perfect love only get more complicated when you're wearing another woman's shoes?