Writer W. Bosley DeLongprez has his "on" days and his "off" days. The Girl Next Door was right on the money but this release falls pretty flat in the script department.
Jake Williams is the head of a floundering fashion house with T.T. Boy as his somewhat foppish designer. (Yes, T.T. is still stuck inside that paper bag.) Kirsty Waay and Rachel Love are rich buyers, Lexus Locklear is Jake's assistant, along with a few more assorted characters abound.
The story has Lexus rising to prominence in the fashion industry, saving Jake's ass. Speaking of which, four of the give scenes are boy-girl (sorry, no anal) with a threesome as the fifth. Jake starts out with the newly returned Kim Kitaine. It's a good scene, but it doesn't make for the intensity of T.T. and Kirsty or the chemistry between Alex Sanders and Lexus.
Color and sound are textbook perfect in this serviceable future, but there's not much to make it a standout - good, not great! With the right career moves, Lexus could be a big star and retailers will find her tapes in demand.