Title: Neighbours Secret 5: Truth or Dare
Author: B.J. Smyth
Publisher: Self published
Release Date: August 18, 2017
Genre(s): Gay Erotica short story
Page Count: 30 Pages
Reviewed by: Tosh
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
It has been several months since I started this secret affair with my neighbour Andrew. Whenever we get the chance to spend time together we take it. Andrew makes me feel special and wanted every time we have sex together. He seems to have a lot more experience than me and never fails to surprise me. He seems to enjoy the risky times when our wives are about or when we could get caught by someone. Having spent a weekend away together with our wives sharing a cottage, we have all decide it would be nice to spend a week abroad. I have been waiting for this holiday to come around and now the day we fly is finally here. We are all travelling to the airport in Andrew’s car.
This was another great read in this series. Since book one I have been hooked on this series and after each book I have waited impatiently for the next book. This time will be no different with the exception that I am going to be even more impatient then usual considering book six will be the final book in the series and I really want to know how this is all going to end.
Though I do not condone the whole cheating on the wife thing, I am really starting to feel sorry for George. You can tell that his feelings for Andrew are real and true not to mention deep. I keep finding myself asking more and more through each book is he misguided in who he has fallen so deeply in love with. I know he loves his wife Angela but George is in love with Andrew. The two are completely different types of love.
But I have to be honest and say that I do not feel like Andrew feels the same about George, which if true will be heartbreaking. I find myself questioning Andrew’s motives and if George is the only one that he is cheating on his wife Maria with? If not then George is going to be completely heartbroken. And that just makes me extremely sad. I truly hope that is not the case and that all four of these individuals will end up with a happy ending but I just have a sinking feeling that George is going to be on the sinking end of it all.
B.J. Smyth has done an amazing job at keeping me engrossed through this series thus far and I cannot wait to read the final one as soon as possible.