Photographer John Shaggar is like a lost member of Monty Python, arching his eyebrows and making silly comments as he moves from one encounter to the next. His schtick is actually entertaining, as he goes into each new experience convinced it won't be anywhere near as good as the last. Of course, it's always a dozen times better, hotter, more amazing. Volume 6 boasts a marvelous performance by Ardel, a giggly, sweet little girl in white socks and white panties, who is more than happy to "pull her knickers aside" when asked.
Volume 7 also has it's share of wonderful, pretty, bouncy women, but is unfortunately marred by one very poor scene shoe-horned into the middle. For some reason, a sequence of two unattractive men having sex with an unattractive woman suddenly pops up to destroy the momentum. It really is very jarring, particularly since it suddenly diverts from the pattern of following Shaggar around as he goes from photo shoot to photo shoot. Once we rejoin John, however, it's all good, and the fun continues.