When is a sleepover appropriate?
A. When you have insomnia and you call your close friend… who also happens to be your handsome boss? B. When you're at a wedding and forced to share tight quarters with a good-looking groomsman? C. When sex is not an issue, and you just want a good spoon? D. When you're with your best friends to talk about A, B and C?
Thirty-something Chicagoans Jess, Anne, Beth, Lilith and Robin sure don't know the answer (well, they can all agree on D, as long as gourmet junk food is within arm's reach), but they're more than willing to lose sleep trying to figure it out.
In Sleeping Over — part Sex and the City, part Little Women — Stacey Ballis examines relationships both romantic and platonic (and platonic wanting to be romantic) while keenly observing the various consequences of spending the night together.
The result will keep you up reading all night!