Based on the blockbuster novel. Jilly Cooper's The Man Who Made Husbands Jealous is a lavishly entertaining romantic comedy. Lysander Hawkley is almost 23, and heart-stoppingly handsome. He is tall, broad-shouldered, wildly affectionate and has a wall-to-wall smile which withers women. Athletic and good at almost everything, except making a living, Lysander is shepherded through life by his friend, Ferdie Fitzgerald. When Lysander's name is all over the newspapers for having been caught in bed with another man's wife, Ferdie gets the idea that Lysander might make a career of making husbands jealous. In the small village of Paradise, peoples' marriages are under stress. Paradise husbands seem to have misstresses like they have fax machines and mobile phones. The wives are losing confidence. What better than to make their husbands jealous by seeming to start an affair with an extremely attractive younger man? From rock stars to wealthy women, Lysander leaves a trail of feminite delight and husbandly rage.Lysander Hawksley is young, handsome, plays tennis very well and has an expensive car. The women he mixes with, who are wealthy, beautiful and have expensive cars, find him very attractive. Their husbands are also handsome and have expensive cars, although they are generally not young. The husbands are jealous of Lysander.