When thirty-five-year-old celebrity journalist Sloan Madden is asked to write a biography of Grammy-winning pop princesses Flora and Fauna Sparks -- sexy seventeen-year-old Siamese twins who are joined at the hip -- she thinks it'll be an easy, lucrative gig. But as soon as she takes the job, Sloan discovers that the Sparks sisters' empire hides deep cracks. She's barely signed her book contract before Fauna confesses her secret dream: she wants to record a solo album.
Three's a Crowd
Moving into a guest suite at the Joint -- the symmetrical Beverly Hills home the twins share with their Bud-sucking father, Fred -- perpetually single Sloan can't help but start to view her own life differently. Suddenly everything from the affair she's having with debonair screenwriter Brian Understahl, to her unrequited love for her best friend, Travis, to herodd, burgeoning desire for the twins' troubled father leaves her wondering whether couplehood isn't overrated -- whether there isn't something more to life. But redemption comes at a price. And with Flora and Fauna pulling her into their downward spiral of catfights, career sabotage, drug abuse, sex, and jealousy, Sloan stands to lose as much as she has to gain.