Sexual Exploration is "couples' erotica" in the shape of mystery.
Wendy Rice plays a wannabe writer completely absorbed in her
latest book effort, so much so that she fantasizes about her
characters while having sex with her boyfriend. She calls out her
male character's name at an important juncture, and her boyfriend
moves out. Faced with having to pay both halves of the rent, she
applies for a job as research assistant to a best-selling author.
The job starts off difficult, and gets harder. He is gruff,
opinionated, and seems to have no respect at all for her writing. He
makes a valid point, however. If she wants to write about passion,
she should experience some. He experiences plenty of passion with
hooker Wendy Divine. Rice watches Divine work. The next thing you
know, Rice discovers Devine strangled. Her boss seems to be the main
suspect. She also has a little fun with a surprise second research
assistant, when the two are sent to research a tantric sex
institute. In her first 48 hours working for the author, she
experiences more living than she had up to that point.
The nudity is good, the story is engaging, the music is
tastefully done, the photography is very good and there is a great
ending that managed to completely surprise me.
the genre line, and worth the price for the ending alone.
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