Stormy's the maid to exec Eric Masterson, who's constantly commenting, "What would I do without you?" Of course, he gets to find out, in this soap-opera-ish send-up of Maid In Manhattan, penned by Stormy herself and well-directed by Brad Armstrong.
At times it's difficult to tell if Stormy is simply underplaying her role, or whether she just doesn't have the chops as an actress to "cut it." We'll opt for the former explanation, because while she's less than assertive in some scenes than she should be, there's a subtlety of performance in the interplay between her and Eric that's exceptionally attractive. ... and hot!
The villain of the piece is Eric's fiancée, DoLorian, the ultimate stuck-up bitch who, of course, is cheating on him with tennis pro Evan Stone. In fact, the lithe blonde bitches it up so well, we're putting her on our pre-nom list for Best New Starlet. Eric also shows a depth of on-screen character that we haven't seen from him before and gets a pre-nom as Best Actor.
As far as the sex goes, Stormy's after-party liaison with Eric - look for an excellent reverse cowgirl ride - is far superior to her mish/cowgirl/spoon with soon-to-be-ex-boyfriend Cheyne Collins, which is just as it should be plot-wise, and her all-girl threeway with jessica drake and Monique Alexandre is somewhere between the two, but eminently watchable. Likewise, DoLorian's opening cowgirl/spoon/mish with Eric is decent, but she doesn't really seem to enjoy it as much as her b.j. of Evan. And of course, Nicole Sheridan and Voodoo can usually be relied upon for a decent anal scene, but what's unusual here is the addition of Aria to the usual twosome - but viewers definitely won't be disappointed by it.