This is a mess. For starters, Raylene is featured on the cover in Alec Metro's embrace, but there's no such scene in the movie. In fact, Raylene is only seen in passing as one-sixth of a three-couple scene where she's partnered with Steve Hatcher. The premise is that Metro is a writer who also works in a boiler room selling office supplies and has no time to chat up, much less pursue, women. Enter Jacklyn Lick, mother of three, who also has no time to date, but wouldn't mind a sexual relationship with Metro. After a couple of trysts, she falls in love with him, weepily tells him so, and skips out before he can react. The end.
Five sex scenes, three with Metro and Lick (one also includes Lauren Montgomery) plus the three-couple number and an upfront quickie that shows us what Metro's writing looks like.