The wife and I like to watch movies on occasion, but often get turned of by the over-done nature of streamline porn. I don't care to see women gagging, men slapping chick, and too heavy stuff - and the wife really doesn't like it, to the point we'll turn it off. But, she loved this one! Actually said to put it back in our que. I highly recommend if you want a good, sexy, couples oriented film.
The Romance Series by New Sensations is definitely targeted at the female market. As others have noted, these movies aren't the hardest of hardcore. That said, A Little Part of Me looks gorgeous. The sets and lighting are first rate, and the performers look great in stunning HD. Kimberly Kane, Zoe Voss and Bobbi Starr all turn in hot scenes perfect for couples.
More or less a XXX version of Remember Me, but with the lead searching through several people to find the remnant of her dead love. It's a decent story, though on the boring side, but with good one-on-one male-female scenes. The main downfall is the scene where the lead finds her new love is the least pleasing of all of the scenes. But another decent-to-good flick from New Romance.
by an anonymous member
Nice story line, not too cheesy, sexy action, not trashy. Mr. Vegas is an adonis! Loved the ladies too! The description does not give the movie justice. It was creative and shot in a beautiful house.
My wife an I have enjoyed several movies from New Sensation Romance series. This is another good movie from that line but not their best. Sex is like all the other movies from this series romantic and noting dirty. "money shots are all on the body and not the face"
by an anonymous member
This movie was extremely boring. Althought the girls were cute and are small breasted (which I like), it was very boring and I nearly fell asleep a couple of times. It rates two stars only because of the cute girls.
After losing the love of her life, Linda (Bobbi Star) finds herself in need of a new inspiration. Thankfully, her close friends have the "perfect" solution as it just so happens that Linda's lost love was an organ donor. In an effort to find closure, she seeks out each of the organs' recipients to see the impact that "he" had on their lives. Will Linda find what she is looking for?