This murder mystery opens promisingly, as Tony Tedeschi stands over Celeste's lifeless body. We assume he's a cop as he digs out and reads a series of letters written to Celeste by an unknown author, and the movie flashes back to the incidents they describe...
Eric Price and Asia Carrera, an "alternative lifestyle" newly-wed couple, pick Celeste up for a rollicking threesome. They soon get more than they bargained for, though, when the little troublemaker begins playing one against the other, manipulating them as she does all her lovers (providing lots of prime suspects).
While the movie is technically up to P.T.'s usual high standards, the story is lacking. The problem is that by the time we find out "whodunnit" we don't really care, because none of the characters in the movie are sympathetic enough to hold our interest.
Of the seven sex scenes, the best two are Celeste's threesome with Rocco Siffredi and Mark Davis, and the initial threesome with her, Carrera and Price.
Celeste is, as always, ravishing, and her four scenes make it worth recommending to her fans. The attractive cover should help you market it to this demographic.