Actions definitely speak louder than words. This virtual dialogue free (sans one small faux pas) video blasts out at you. In a series of vignettes Frank Marino gives us what we want — sex. Marino thinks, 'Why waste time with a plot when we have Draghixa and the rest of these kids.' I concur.
Jonathan Morgan and Beatrice Valle introduce their respective tongues to one another. Beatrice feeling comfortable with that introduction decides to do battle with Jonathan's bulge. She then finds herself aboard the 'love rotis-serie'. He broasts her from one position to another with culinary expertise.
"When A Man Loves A Woman" is a nice song but when a woman loves a woman, now there's something that Billy Vera can't beat. Draghixa and Maeva share more than a glass of Beaujolais. Watching Drag, clad in a beret (the only hint of Europe), dine on Maeva will leave you in need of a bib. With Maeva reciprocating, Draghixa lights a cigarette. Two contradicting thoughts entered my mind (1. One Drag is enough. 2. I hope that's a 100). There is wine decanting via mouth to mouth as well as tasting. When the girls find self gratification on a glass stem I yearned to be Steubenware. Eric Paul and Maeva give new meaning to the love seat. Here as well as throughout there is a real tongue lashing going on. Eric shows his soft side with some nice nipple nurturing, he also has a very impressive finger-tongue combo.
There's plenty of doggie, sideways and cowgirl to keep the entire family happy.
Draghixa can say a thousand words with her Bambi-like eyes. When she sticks her ass out and gives Eric a come hither look, he is more than happy to comply. She manages to work him up so that when it's time to discharge he is in obvious ecstasy.
On the same desk in the same office Beatrice and Steven St. Croix are up for a game of, 'sit on my face and let me guess your weight'. (If I were only an ink blotter). They don't last as long as their predecessors but they handle their own as well as each others.
A definite addition to the collection.