This is a very nice romantic release that works as well as it does due to Mischa Brooks and Richie Calhoun having very nice chemistry as well as realistic personalities. The supporting cast, led by Abby Cross and Logan Pierce, is just as good, and when you have Ash Hollywood and Remy Lacroix along for the ride you know you can expect some solid sex. The technical aspects are a bit disappointing due to a lot of background noises, but there's some good effort put into the extras. This is a solid rental.
A new show from director Jim Powers and Smash Pictures that hits the romantic genre. The story centers around two people, Richie Calhoun and Mischa Brooks who both undergo heartbreaking relationship problems to start the movie and we see how they both heal and eventually come together in the finale. Along the way we see Remy Lacroix in a very nice scene to start the show but it's with Richie who soon finds out that Remy is hiding a pretty big secret that dooms their relationship. Abby Cross has a nice supporting role in this plus her house seems the place where everyone fucks as we get scenes with her and Logan, Ash Hollywood and Danny Wylde and in the finale Richie and Mischa. The story is easy to follow and I hadn't seen Mischa act before and thought she did alright and I hope she does more roles like this in the future.