When you’ve got nowhere to call your bed, and nowhere to hang your head, sometimes you have to reach out to a stranger instead.
Heading home for a weekend away from college, Laura realized the last train stop was in a neighboring city with a great bar. She couldn’t call her parents to pick her up at that time of night, but she couldn’t turn down a night of partying either.
When closing time started to roll around it became clear that she was going to have to rely on the hospitality of a stranger. How far was she willing to go for a place to sleep? Would she wind up with more than she bargained for?