In this nifty Stormy Daniels dramedy, Seth Gamble plays a successful novelist turned screenwriter whose rising career is cratered by his wife (a red-haired Monique Alexander) who sets him up for a lucrative divorce settlement. Thinking he’s playing innocent sex games with her he dons a blindfold and doesn’t know he’s actually fucking a stranger—Harley Jade—who’s been paid by his wife’s lawyer (Robby Echo). When they expose him and take him to the cleaners, it looks like game over.
But Seth’s pal, Michael Vegas, decides to help him out, inviting him to stay at his place over the objections of wife Cassidy Klein. There’s some funny stuff with Seth sleepwalking and a really hot scene with Vegas and Cassidy.
Michael sneaks into Monique’s house, records some incriminating conversation and figures out what’s going on. Luckily Seth runs into Harley in a bar and she confesses that she was the girl he fucked, because she’s a stripper and a single mom and really needed the money.
All guilt-tripping, she agrees to Michael’s plan to seduce the lawyer, who now has his own plot to fleece Monique. Seth gets karmic revenge on his ex and as a bonus writes a great script about it. He celebrates by fucking his lawyer, the very hot Brett Rossi.
Director Daniels keeps the action moving along and the acting is first-rate (especially Gamble as the woebegone protagonist). Good fun for couples, and it should play well on cable.