She wasn’t the most popular wife in town, but that night she was the most popular wife at the party…
Tiffany and her husband Robert were not the most popular couple in town. Robert was an arrogant SOB who out-earned every other husband and he let them know it every chance he got. Tiffany was his trophy wife, luscious but naive. She earned the scorn of the neighborhood wives simply by being the young bride of the neighborhood jackass.
Robert was out of town on business when the other couples hosted a cocktail party. Of course they would invite Tiffany, it would have been rude not to. Of course they would let her play drinking Truth or Dare, it would have been rude not to. But the other couples couldn’t help themselves after that, and luscious Tiffany would become the hit of the party.
Will Tiffany really go through with the dare she gets at the party? And aren’t women supposed to look out for each other in situations like this?