|Released||May 09th, 2012|
|Running Time||96 Min.|
|DVD Extras||Bonus Scenes, Still Gallery(ies)|
|Cast||Tasha Reign, Niko (I), Jessica Drake, Rocco Reed, Marco Rivera, Xander Corvus, Kiara Mia, Aleksa Nicole|
|Non-Sex Roles||Brad Armstrong|
|Critical Rating||AAA 1/2|
Brad Armstrong directs this good Jessica Drake-starring entry in the Wicked Passions line that you should point couples straight to. Xander Corvus is a romance writer who has lost his way after getting dumped. Drake gets him back on track with her vagina, her tough editing and her true love.
The dialogue isn’t that great but the delivery is aces, even though Corvus is made to disingenuously write his fake romance novels on a typewriter set up right next to digital speakers. Sorry, but Leonard Cohen, Dean Koontz and the Unibomber are the only real writers who still use typewriters for real writing work. One of those guys isn’t working at present and none of those guys are in Corvus’ age range. Hell, Corvus even offers to “hit delete” on his bad writing in a scene that has a doorbell ringing in it for no reason. Ya can’t delete work an old-school typewriter like the one Corvus uses here with a key stroke, and tighter editing would have benefited this production a lot.
Drake does a good romantic cutaway with Rocco Reed during which she sucks on the crotch of Reed’s pants and shows off his mushroom head before sucking it and getting fucked by it. Drake and Corvus share a great office chair and desk pussy sex pairing with the typewriter close by.
Drake catches boyfriend Niko having some great sex with Tasha Reign. Reign gets some thrashingly good cunnilingus before the stirring vag. Aleksa Nicole and Corvus share a passionate moment in the novel that’s marred only by the view of her implant scars and bruised up right leg.