Released: Jan 13th, 2009
Running Time: 160 Min.
Director: Bill Fisher
Company: Cezar Capone
Distribution Companies: Pulse
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes, Bonus Scenes, Trailer(s), Widescreen
Cast: Reno, Mick Blue, Seth Dickens, Amber Rayne, J-Mac, Eden Adams, Sara Siren, Jeremy Smith, Rio Valentine
Critical Rating: AAAA 1/2
Morgan Dayne falls in love with J-Mac in South Florida. They have sex with each other as well as other people in a variety of settings.
Morgan Dayne comes into her own here as a major new star. Cezar Capone has been steadily building her career, and with this fine package it lifts off.
Morgan is an extremely nubile 19-year-old, long-limbed, natural breasted, with long dark hair that tumbles alluringly over her face and shoulders when she's being fucked. And a big wide mouth that's eager for cock.
Best of all, she throws herself into all seven sex scenes, which wasn't the case in her debut movie, Morgan Dayne's Deviant. Besides boy/girl she does two heavy-duty girl/girl scenes plus a threeway, and gets into the group scene that wraps things up.
Johnny — the muscular, well-hung J-Mac — picks up Morgan at a South Beach café, takes her home and shaves her hairy pussy — very erotic.
Their first full sex scene is long and strong, and she has no problem taking J-Mac's monster cock, almost a foot of stiff meat. He hammers her as she vocalizes her pleasure.
The best thing is the chemistry between her and J-Mac. They really do look like they're in love — and their scenes have tenderness as well as passion, making the passion that much hotter.
A super-sensual lesbian scene with Eden Adams — a tall, pretty blonde, also alluringly long-legged — turns into a threeway with J-Mac, ending with a great cumswap.
Morgan is especially fetching in the girl/girl scenes — seeing her with another pretty girl is an eye candy treat. She does a second girl/girl with a petite brunette, Sara Siren. She also has somewhat rougher sex — light fetish — with Mick Blue.
Amber Rayne does the only anal, plus d.p., in the two-girl, three-guy group scene, but Morgan takes the final pops.
The movie is beautifully shot by Fisher in high definition and widescreen, against a variety of striking South Florida backdrops, outdoors and in.