Wellesley Wives is romantic comedy about Popsy Power, Boston society-wife, and her best friend Sandra. They have it all with adoring husbands and fabulous daughters. Rosie is married with a baby of her own and Lily has a glittering career. Life is incredibly good, but then it goes bad. From Ferraris and fine art to a boathouse in Banagher, it's quite a change for the ladies who lunch. However, when Lily runs off with her father's best friend and Rosie finds herself on a yacht with ather woman's husband, it's hardly surprising that their mother Wellesley Wives . . . Popsy Power is pretty, popular, and insanely rich. Her husband adores her, and her two daughters are busy producing babies and romping up the corporate ladder-like good little Wellesley Wives. However, what Popsy doesn't kw is that her husband and worldly wealth will soon be gone, and as for her daughters... Well, Lily's romping is t restricted to the boardroom, and Rosie finds her pilot-husband flying more than his jet. Sandra is Popsy's best friend. She has the perfect body, bank balance, and palatial penthouse. As a second wife herself, she should kw how husbands wander, but even she is shocked when she discovers where Jack has found his fun . . . When Lily's nasty, little secrets suddenly go public and Rosie finds her husband flying a little too high, it's time to escape. Popsy and Sandra flee to beautiful, peaceful Ireland. Rosie heads to Mexico, and Lily seeks refuge in the arms of her man. The adventure continues for Popsy and Sandra. Within days, they're almost arrested and killed before finding themselves in a boathouse in Banagher-with jobs! Meanwhile Rosie is diving off the back of a catamaran into the azure-blue of the Caribbean, but she's t sure what's worse-the sharks in the sea or the ones on the beach. Back in Boston, Lily discovers that getting what she wanted was t what she wanted, but unlike her scuba diving sister, surely she's in too deep... From Banagher to Boston and down to the Caribbean Sea, these four ladies are on a rollercoaster ride through life. Rich, poor, happy, sad, in or out of love-only one thing is certain. Things are is never dull when you're with the Wellesley Wives.