The Lustful Wife Vol. two

Right after going through a sexual awakening, Tara (Penny Pax) finds herself craving a lot more of the same. But when her husband John has to leave town on a lengthy enterprise journey, Tara realizes that she’s not fairly prepared to investigate the planet of carnal debauchery alone. Enter Michelle (Joanna Angel), an old pal of Tara’s pal Kelly, who agrees to take Tara underneath her wing whilst John is away. With Michelle’s advice, Tara discovers a total new planet of sexual liberation, and an adventurous side of herself that she didn’t know existed.

Acclaimed erotic writer and filmmaker Kay Brandt presents the sequel to her properly received 2019 hit which garnered an XBIZ nomination for Greatest Erotic-Themed Movie. Here, Brandt continues the adventure of Tara in compelling vogue, expertly writing a continuation of the original story that was inspired by Selene Kitt’s common novel. One of the strengths of a sequel is the audience’s investment in characters they presently know, and their need to see where people characters go from the last time the viewer noticed them. With this sequel, Brandt weaves a tale that feels like a normal progression for our heroine whilst introducing new characters that feel appropriate at residence in this erotic universe. Even though the 1st film is all about Tara discovering the taboo pleasures of seduction and group intercourse with other men, this tale is about Tara discovering the sensual pleasures of intercourse with females and the excitement of open sexual relationships.

One of the strongest points of this film is Penny Pax’s ability to command the story in the presence of an industry powerhouse like Joanna Angel. Getting the massive star she is, the film could have very easily become Michell’s story, with Penny’s character fading into the background, which would have fundamentally transformed the nature of the story. The praise for steering clear of this pitfall is deserved 3 techniques Kay Brandt crafts a story that stays targeted on Tara despite the introduction of new and intriguing characters, Joanna Angel embraces her position as guide to the heroine and Penny Pax immerses herself in the character audiences fell in adore with from the 1st film which creates a strong connection in between Tara and the viewer. All these elements work collectively to create a story that is unequivocally Tara’s. We want to see where this adventure is going to take her, and whilst we’re a lot more than content to have Michelle and co. along for the ride, it is with out a doubt Tara that we finish up invested in and rooting for.

The intercourse right here is actually excellent. Michelle opens the action with a nasty threesome with hubby Paul (Ramon Nomar) and Paul’s very best pal Marco (Stirling Cooper) in which she will get utilized pretty intensely. Watch Joanna’s face all through the encounter, she’s so sizzling for every little thing that is taking place and seems to be overwhelmed with ecstasy a lot more than when. Also, holy piston-driven engine Batman, these guys are masters of the DP! They pump in and out of Joanna’s holes quick, tough and in best sync.

Michelle introduces Tara to her planet of intercourse parties by way of afternoon tea with her girlfriends Mia (Vera King), Bella (Gianna Dior) and Zoe (Sarah Vandella). It is certainly a great trio to get launched to the planet of a woman’s touch as these 3 ladies are exceptionally tender and sensual with each and every other, which is specifically what speaks to Tara’s character. Wooowee viewing Vandella tremble to orgasm as she smothers Gianna’s face is amazing, as is viewing her quiver with ecstasy from Gianna’s tongue-lashing whilst she munches hungrily on Vera’s box. Actually amazing things.

The story flows naturally into a second in between Tara and Michelle where Tara helps make the leap, and passion overwhelms both females. This is so properly accomplished. There is not a lot screen time in between the two intercourse scenes, and the scenes themselves are fairly lengthy which could very easily create a sense that the narrative moments are just throwaway cases designed to move the story along rapidly to the subsequent intercourse. But Brandt’s dialogue and Penny’s overall performance solidify the story currently being informed and enables the audience to accept the rapid sexual tempo with out query. Specifically considering Tara’s admissions ahead of issues in between she and Michelle get sizzling and heavy! The intimacy right here is amazing, with Penny commencing out timid but thrilled, and blossoming into a state of pure lust. Plus, the incorporation of the phone recording is a fantasy all its own.

Michelle suggests a step forward that Tara is at first thrilled for, but when the second arrives and a figure from her past is unveiled as part of her present journey, her trepidation overwhelms her. This is a great character building second as all through the scene, Michelle exists as Tara’s rudder whilst she navigates the proverbial uncharted waters. As the intercourse progresses, Tara becomes significantly less reliant on Michelle’s presence for her comfort and a lot more engrossed in her excitement for fucking Chris (Derrick Pierce). At some point, Mia steals Michelle away for some fun of their own, leaving Tara and Chris to investigate their newfound lust and the outcome is beautifully liberating for Tara. Also, gosh Penny Pax has a great physique and she seems to be phenomenal in each place!

A wild threesome concludes the sexual festivities as Marco fucks Michelle and Mia to pieces on the dining room table. There are some impressive feats of stamina and balance right here, as properly as some specifically arousing visuals (Nomar mounting King in side missionary is a best illustration).

This is a extremely excellent story and worthy follow-up to its predecessor. Penny Pax delivers a stellar overall performance and should uncover herself nominated for some acting and sexual overall performance awards as this fall, whilst Joanna Angel is great in her supporting position. Kay Brandt’s original story is strong, and I adore the way it leaves itself open for another sequel.