“Love in an Elevator” is a very good production from Wicked and director Stormy Daniels that features Kirsten Price as an office executive whose ambulance-chaser fiancé, Aaron Wilcox, is far more duplicitous than she ever could have imagined. Indeed, after catching him cheating on her at her own birthday party, Kirsten says good-bye to Aaron…and hello to love…in the form of Brendon Miller—a bike-riding delivery guy with whom she was stuck in an elevator for most of the evening and with whom she made an instant connection. That’s pretty much the plot in this one, and it serves as a nice backdrop for framing the action and for keeping things interesting. Also serving as a means to these ends are the solid camerawork, the realistic settings, and the high production values. Of course, it’s all pointless if the sex isn’t hot, but…fortunately…it is…so we’re good on that point, too.
In terms of the sex, Scene One pairs up Kirsten and Aaron in their bedroom on the morning of her birthday. Having just proposed to her, Aaron is certain to get some, and he does, of course. What follows is a very good romp that features some nice blowjob / hand-job work (spit, some throating) and a few sexy vaginal positions, before closing out with a facial for (and oral cock clean-off by) Ms. Price. In Scene Two, it’s Dane Cross (Kirsten’s assistant) and Riley Evans (one of his office hoochies) in an encounter on / around his desk. This one starts out on a comical note, with Kirsten saying good-bye to Riley—who’s hiding under the desk—after bitching out Dane for his in-office antics. After Kirsten leaves, Riley goes right back to sucking off Dane, and some very-good-to-excellent vaginal and anal action ensues. To cap this one off, Dane pops all over Riley’s breasts and chest, with a bit of it getting on her face and mouth. Ever the diligent office slut, Riley provides some oral cock clean-off to finish him—hot stuff!
Scene Three is a flashback sequence in which Brendon is recounting to Kirsten the manner in which a prior relationship of his fell apart—he walked in on his fiancée (Monique Alexander) getting it on with her lesbian lover (Alektra Blue) at their home. Of course, prior to Brendon’s entrance, the ladies have a smashingly good time using their fingers (up to four at a time) and tongues on one another in a very-good-to-excellent girl/girl encounter. With Scene Four, it’s Kirsten’s turn, and she tells Brendon of a spring break encounter in college that ended with her blowing and jerking Chris Johnson to completion on her face. The result of a dare, this one takes place in a bathroom and is excellent for what it is…especially with Kirsten bringing Chris fully to orgasm—very nice!
Scene Five features Aaron Wilcox with Madison Scott and Sadie West in the back of the club at which Aaron’s holding Kirsten’s birthday party. In a brazen and overt act of infidelity, Aaron fucks them both before Kirsten—who has just escaped from the elevator—happens in on them and loses her shit. Prior to her arrival, Aaron gives it to the “ladies” in a very-good-to-excellent three-way in which he nails both of them vaginally. The festivities are closed out with a pop-shot to Sadie’s ass and Madison’s hand that’s back there rubbing around. Madison is quick to lap up all of the cum—hot stuff! In Scene Six, it’s Kirsten and Brendon finally getting together. This one takes place in a dark-lit bedroom, is both sensual and romantic, and also features a good deal of softcore shots. For me, it doesn’t work out as well as the others and kind of gets off to a slow start. A cum-shot delivered to Kirsten’s chest and breasts caps it off, and—overall—let’s call it “good” (not great).
In terms of bonuses, there’s a “Bonus Sex Scene…” that features a Kirsten Price boy/girl encounter from the production “Until There Was You”, and there’s a “Behind the Scenes” featurette that’s about 20 minutes in length—always a nice addition. Further, there’s a “Photo Gallery” that plays through a slideshow of “pretty-girl” shots and stills from the production, and there’s a “Promo Reel” that gives some Wicked “2010 AEE Highlights”. There’s also a choice of six “Trailers”—along with the two that play upon inserting the disc and the one for this production itself in the Main Menu. Finally, there are “More Adult Fun” (phone sex ads and the like) and “More Sex—Exclusive Scenes!” (a for-pay gimmick that isn’t in more-recent releases) options, too.
In all, this is another strong feature from Wicked and Stormy Daniels that has both couples appeal and hot sex. As I’ve noted before, Wicked has carved a very nice niche out for itself, and I—for one—generally enjoy their offerings. This one is worthy. Check it out.
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