Standing in a Hammock

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Ashbury, middle-class suburbia, where curtains and blinds thinly veil the passions and heartaches that lie within.

At Number 2 - The husband's waistband's expanding, but the wife wears the trousers.
At Number 5 - There's an earth mother staying in, but a siren bursting to come out.
At Number 7 - She's gorgeous, she's sexy and she wears kitten heels. So why is she home alone?
At Number 8 - The silence is deafening. The curtains are drawn...again.
Over the space of a single weekend, the lives of five of its residents are thrown off balance as they learn about each other and the secrets they hold.

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