Released: Jun 17th, 2009
Running Time: 83 Min.
Director: Michael Raven
Company: Wicked Pictures
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes, Bonus Scenes, Dolby Digital, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast: Kaylani Lei, Danny Mountain, Alektra Blue, Rocco Reed, Randy Spears, Barrett Blade, Kirsten Price
Critical Rating: AAAA
The most important things in life for Frankie (Kirsten Price) aren't fame and fortune—or anything money can buy. They're her relationships: four coupled friends from college and her husband, Mark. But somewhere along the way, Mark became distant, which led to Frankie being lonely ... and ultimately led to Frankie having an affair with her best friend's husband. During a dinner party at her house, the truth is unexpectedly revealed—not only for Frankie and Mark, but also for swingers Mandy and Jeff and on-the-rocks Tiffany and Russell. Will there be second chances? Or will the damage be irreparable?
The titular Frankie (Kirsten Price) has a hot bed session with Rocco Reed that includes reverse cowgirl, mish and doggie ... but it isn't until it's over that we learn she's married to Randy Spears, and that Rocco's married to her best friend, Kaylani Lei. So of course, she has to throw a dinner party that includes all of the foregoing as guests, plus Alektra Blue and Barrett Blade (Kirsten's real-life ex).
Trouble is, Kirsten and Randy no longer communicate either in or out of bed—an example of the latter "communication" shown in a flashback that includes spoon, sidesaddle and an incredibly hot cowgirl ride.
As the thin story progresses, we find Alektra in a hotel room, two-timing Barrett with Danny Mountain, though in a flashback shortly following, she and Barrett get it on mish and horsie in Kirsten's bathroom.
The conflict heats up when Randy reveals that he's found Rocco's underpants under his and Kirsten's bed ... and that he knows Kirsten and Rocco have been doing The Deed. That means it's time for another flashback, this time of a three-way with Kirsten, Kaylani and Rocco ... but this being a Michael Raven story, Kirsten has to go through some trauma before she and Randy can work things out.