A series of interview segments featuring Sunset Thomas and Atlanta Rizzen is the link between seven sex scenes. Luckily most of the sex makes up for the lack of story.
A very responsive Sunset shines with (husband) Zachary Addams, noteworthy for her extreme enjoyment of his oral techniques and a sound anal. When she later decides she "wants to live," Life shows up in the form of Vince Vouyer. Sunset, Zach and Vince have a good threeway; Zach again eats her to squealing nirvana as she attempts to suck Vince, but loses herself under Zach's talented tongue. Addams also gets an okay reverse cowgirl before Vince takes charge with a powerful missionary plunge.
When Sunset and Atlanta bemoan their men's incapacity for romance, Dallas and Mark Davis provide some cursory love-dialogue, but their mish and doggie suffer from none-too-great editing. Directly afterwards, Sunset states that she fantasizes about getting money from men for sex. Perhaps a dictionary with the word "romance" underlined would be an appropriate Christmas gift.
Abby, a slim woman with angular features and short blonde hair, begins with what should have been a great striptease, given Jake Williams' verbal talents in this area, but when she lifts her skirt, she's clad in what appears to be a pair of control-top pantyhose. Why not throw in grandma's girdle and destroy all the eroticism? Once she strips, it improves with a hot cowgirl/doggie session and well-shot anal (which ends in a facial).
Scion of women's lib Cody O'Connor brags to Vince and Bobby Vitale that her pussy is more powerful than their cocks because she earns expensive gifts from men with it. Give the three performers credit for attempting a condom-clad doesn't, but it just doens't work.
Sometimes-poor editing and a thin plot don't add up to a classic, but the sex is usually better than average. Stock accordingly.