Elected official Kyle Stone has to deal with an election and a mistress (Lauren Montgomery) who makes him do her in public places. When wife Raylene catches them in flagrante, she decides she wants a divorce. Bobby Vitale, Stone's lawyer, offers to get the goods on Raylene, calling in "fixer" Tony Tedeschi, a photographer we see shooting - and shooting on - Raquel Divine. Tony sets up Raylene in a lesbian go-round with Chloe, and Raylene wakes up with a start, nude, watching Tedeschi sketching her, saying, "You look so beautiful." They have a heart-to-heart, and next thing you know Tedeschi is all redeemed and won't give Stone and Vitale the compromising videotape. He takes it back to Raylene, and... you know. As a grace note, Stone gets ratted out by Montgomery at a press conference.
Five sex scenes, good images (probably shot by director English) but the nature of the scenario makes this a bad choice for couples unless they're okay with the your-cheatin'-heart plot.