Jenny Breslin would love to change her life. But in the meantime, there's Twitter, which allows her to pretend that she already has the life she wants.
But then it happens: the night of the drunken Tweet. 'So who's on for a few days in Dublin? Would love to meet you all in person. I have a spare room in my house.' Soon responses from her Twitter pals are flooding in, and before she knows it, Jenny is making her house look presentable in time for a visit from glamourous Londoner Zahra, stay-at-home mum Fiona, and kindhearted nurse Kerry (Jenny's favourite Twitter pal).
Soon Jenny begins to realize that, once they all meet in person, she won't be able to pretend anymore. What if she's not the only one who's been living an online lie? Has she been fooling herself, thinking of her Twitter buddies as friends, when really they're perfect strangers? This could be a weekend to remember, or a complete and utter disaster.
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