**Note – This review is based upon the web version of the film released for streaming on Digital Playground's official website. As such, the bonuses haven’t been given a rating here, and there could be some discrepancies between this version and the DVD release.**
Living vicariously through the steamy sex lives of her characters, Jesse Jane plays the part of a writer’s-blocked romance novelist in “Jesse Jane: Romance”. A very good production from Digital Playground, this flick features a cute (albeit simple) storyline and an amazing cast. Jesse—who’s always in top form—is joined by an awesome bevy of babes, including Asa Akira, Kendall Karson, and Jessie Rogers. Jessie does the anal duties in this one, and everyone appears to have a good time. For fans of Jesse, hot girls, and / or light features, this flick is recommendable.
In terms of the sex, Scene One finds James Deen as the newly-assertive boyfriend of Asa Akira--both as characters in a book that Jesse’s writing. He forces her to get over his knees and get a spanking, which—of course—devolves quickly into a full-on fucking. Before long, he’s fingering her, and they’re off to the races. A strong oral and vaginal encounter follows—with James even restraining Asa’s face with her g-string at one point—and the festivities are capped off with a facial and some oral cock clean-off.
Scene Two has Jesse Jane and Erik Everhard also as characters in Jesse’s book. Erik is a random, new neighbor who’s shown up uninvited to “use” her pool. When confronted, he employs his boyish charm to get into Jesse’s thoughts and also into her pants. Of course, she quickly turns the tables on him and becomes the aggressive one as things proceed…and it isn’t long before the ageless blonde is on her knees and sucking his cock. From there, a steamy oral and vaginal romp ensues, with Jesse as her normal awesome self. A pop on her left ass-cheek closes out this one. Hot.
In Scene Three, Kendall Karson plays the role of a bar slut who has saved Manuel from the police after an altercation. Once again with both of them as characters in Jesse’s novel, Manuel decides that the best way to repay her is with his tongue…and his dick. An erotic coupling follows, with Kendall looking great as she’s impaled upon Manuel's meat. He unloads on her face and in her mouth to finish off this fine fuck.
Scene Four has Manuel’s character making his way back home to his girlfriend, Jessie Rogers…who looks amazing in her lacy pink top and denim short-shorts. Of course, her happiness in seeing him turns to anger, as she realizes that he may have found someone else. Ever the quick thinker, Manuel pulls out a bull-shit story that she buys into, and a highly-charged oral, vaginal, and anal pounding proceeds. Jessie is certainly a firecracker, and few women look better with a dick in their bum than she does. A facial and some oral cock clean-off put the finishing touches on this scorcher.
In Scene Five, Jesse lives vicariously through one of her characters again, as she gets it on with James Deen in her bedroom. Some mutual masturbation follows a bit of vibrator play, and the oral and vaginal action that follows at times borders on frenetic. This intense sequence is brought to a climax (literally) with James unloading on Jesse’s splayed-open pussy and then reinserting into her (still cummy) and continuing the fucking. Hot stuff!
Bonus-wise, this review is based upon the official web release, but there’s a fun BTS present (~11 minutes) and photo galleries. It’s likely that this material—and more—has found its way onto the blu-ray and DVD releases.
In all, this is a very good flick that will appeal to those who love Jesse Jane, as well as sexy women. Fans of light features will also likely find something here. In all, the sex is hot and so are the ladies, so this one is worthy.
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