Life is good for Dayton Stewart. He’s just bought a home and his neighbor is hot and sexy. Simon Tate sets him on fire, and Simon’s friend Mateo is just as yummy. Fantasies surrounding the two become a common occurrence. Will he ever have the opportunity to make the fantasies reality?
Binoculars are handy for more than bird watching. Simon uses them to watch Dayton on a ladder, and his desire for his new neighbor leads him to devise a scheme to get him into his house, and his playroom. With Mateo present as well, of course.
Arriving home to a message from Simon saying to come pick up a package that was left at his house, Dayton wastes no time going next door. The minute he enters the house he knows something is up. Several something’s, actually. Simon illustrates his version of being neighborly, and Dayton couldn’t be happier.
Not a love story, but more than just an interlude. What happens when the three men get together made for a quick, spicy escape from realism. The introduction to the playroom and all it represents touches a chord in Dayton and releases a part of him he has been reserving for someone special. What he got was two someone’s who he felt comfortable with. No jealousy or competition, just discovery and pleasure. And I’ll never look at items at Home Depot the same ever again.