Satine and Misty are in love and planning to move in together. The only problem is, Misty's ex-husband Manuel is still in love with his former wife, and his constant phone calls infuriate Satine. After one such interruption, Satine decides to confront Manuel, only to fall in love with him at first sight. Confused by her attraction, Satine decides to seduce hot Rocco Reed to find out if she's still a lesbian. Meanwhile, tempestuous exes Misty and Manuel have a secret tryst behind Satine's back. Will everyone's deceptions ultimately be revealed? Or will true love conquer all?
Four terrific sex scenes help elevate the simple, yet effective A Love Triangle from just another four-person play to a very good couples feature. Well-acted by its three leads, Misty Stone, Satine Phoenix and Manuel Ferrara, director/writer Nica Noelle’s latest is a step up in production quality, mostly due to the smart casting.
Satine and Misty portray a loving lesbian couple, as evidenced by their half-hour romp in bed that starts slowly and seductively and eventually erupts into a passionate sex scene. But Ferrara, Misty’s ex-husband, still has a thing for her. When Satine meets him, she develops a crush on the French master and goes out to fuck Rocco Reed to find out whether she’s truly a lesbian. When Satine admits her transgressions and attraction to Misty, well, Stone has already fucked Ferrara (a great scene) and then the three of them get together for a feisty finale.
All four scenes work, either individually or within the context of the story. The simple script is delivered with ease and A Love Triangle looks better and plays better than a daytime soap. As people keep releasing these romantic porn novels, the cream is starting to rise to the top. This one definitely delivers.