Kelly Royce can carry a production all by herself, both by her acting and in her sexual performance. She’s the female half of three erotic scenes, all of which work. Tantalizing, teasing, toying with her men, she has trysts with Buck Adams (the best of the bunch), Tony Montana and Eric Edwards.
The story involves the busted love affair of Adams and Royce, who as a successful actress in Hollywood, allows her limo driver to write her biography. His recollections make up the thread that links the sex scenes.
Sunny McKay is none too believable as Adams’ jilted girlfriend though their liaison creates a few sparks. But it’s the very poor voice over, used to complete the many phone calls that help the plot along, that detracts from the overall effect of the feature.
Nonetheless, director J.T. Monroe uses various exteriors, nice pacing of the sex and expository segments and decent camerawork to make this another solid outing. And this one may help make blonde Kelly Royce a huge star.