Lovers of the first volume and its performers will enjoy this title, as will those who want a lot of S/M and bondage along with plot and dialogue.
It just gets harder and harder to find good mental health therapists these days, and sexually conflicted Lena Ramon knows this first hand. After taking time off from visiting wildly unorthodox counselor Devin DeMoore in order to work through her hot fantasies about women in bondage, she's back in the ropes again, squirming and protesting on the floor and couch.
As the feature progresses, the truth is revealed: DeMoore is, in fact, a bondage fetishist with delusions of being a therapist. This is revealed after Ramon undergoes considerable inconvenience and perversion and upon the return of DeMoore's irritated and decidedly dominant husband, Bip.
Had the action ended with this startling revelation, things would have been great. But, instead, the plot goes off in a brand new direction, resulting in a feature that feels overly packed with plot and scene developments. Bip cheerfully torments both women in an attempt to teach his wife a lesson, and then engages in more long struggling and S/M scenes with DeMoore alone. It's all good, but there's just so much of it, along with a lot of dialogue, causing the pace to drag at times. Ultimately, DeMoore is severely chastised for her unrepentant ways and winds up taped inside of a television box.