Time: 2:17, Director: Jacky St James, Date: 2016
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Source: 1920×1080 MP4s downloaded from the New Sensations subscription site
Like the first movie in this series, this one consists of four vignettes involving lesbian couples, all introduced by stories with romantic themes. This one, however, is much better. In fact, it is absolutely fantastic.
There are two truly outstanding scenes here. The story in the first is really sweet. Carolyn (Sara Luvv) met Jessie (Kira Noir) online, and now they are meeting in person. But Carolyn didn't know that Jessie was a woman. As they get to know each other, though, Carolyn realizes that she her feelings for Jessie transcend gender—something we have ourselves seen happen with friends of ours. And the sex is amazing. We really appreciated how they slowed down for a bit at one point, then started up again. It was almost as if it gave us, too, a chance to catch our breath.
In the second scene, Karla Kush plays Dani Daniels's live-in assistant. Dani eventually realizes that Karla hasfallen in love with her and hops into the shower with her. They do a great job carrying the story into the sex, and the sex itself is off the charts hot, as good as we can remember enjoying.
The third scene takes us through a series of disastrous dates that Anikka Albrite and Bree Daniels have had, but for some reason Anikka never gives up on Bree. It is an extremely long scene, with nearly 43 minutes of sex. But somehow it works. They are totally convincing as first-time lovers. There is a lot of kissing and caressing at the beginning, with no genital contact at all for over ten minutes, which means there is a lot more variation in this scene than there would have been had the pussy eating started sooner. And the sex is varied in other ways, too. Still, we thought the scene could have been a bit shorter.
The last scene features Aubrey Star as a masseuse who has fallen in lust with one of her clients, Sarah (Abigail Mac). We really liked the way Aubrey described what attracted her to Sarah and what she thinks about when she fantasizes. The sex itself is very good, too. We liked how much they talked to each other, but sometimes felt it was a bit too much. But it's still a very good scene, just not as good as the other three.
The photography overall is very, very good, and there are just some good ideas that help keep it visually interesting. We really liked the change of scenery, for example, in the second scene, when they move from the shower to the bedroom. It not only chages how they have sex but also changes the way we see them.
So, well, we highly, highly recommend this movie. It shows, once again, what a knack Jacky St James has for presenting lesbian sex. It also shows how much a good story, even a short one, can add to a scene. The romantic context for the first three scenes, especially, makes them all the hotter.