Excellent transfer of JSJ's trademark porn genre from New Sensations to her new home at Sweet Sinner
Jacky St. James created a brand-new porn cottage industry with her incessant drumbeat for "hotwifing" at her former label New Sensations. Now under contract to Mile High Media's Sweet Sinner label she continues the tradition with this winning feature.
It's structured in her familiar four-vignette format, knitted together by running characters Penny Pax and pal Ryan McLane. Their conversations between the explicit sex scenes concisely spoon feed not only the concept of hotwifing (lending out one's wife to another guy because that supposedly stimulates the husband) but some pretty good defense of the activity. Jacky's willingness to build a case here is a big improvement on her often mindless and unconvincing presentation in the dozens of earlier New Sensations releases.
Pax is now older and voluptuous compared to her salad days in the title role of Jacky's hit series about submissive Emma Marx, and a show-stopper is busty Latina Luna Star as a shrink who treats a recalcitrant hubby Logan Pierce in flashback. Logan is Penny's husband, who had a bad experience with the hotwife craze when he was previously hitched to lovely Melissa Moore.
So Logan and Ryan are the NonSex guest players, while Moore gets to sample in flashback the big dick of her masseur Isiah Maxwell for IR content. Of course, Jacky insists on calling Isiah a "masseuse", an error she perpetuates in at least half a dozen shows to date.
Pax gets to fool around with Tommy Gunn while Logan listens on his cell phone, apparently enough to get his rocks off. Penny refers to Tommy as a "bull", another bit of nomenclature that led to another subgenre, especially in the case of New Sensations exploiting Shane Diesel as the "black bull". Remaining lucky couple is fabulous Japanese import Marica Hase hooking up with Ramon Nomar, as Marica's better half McLane decides Penny's idea ain't half bad.
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