On the way to Essex, Marino calls to collect Ian Tate and finds Suzie Wildin has just spent the night with him. Marino is taken with Miss Wildin, so he delays his departure, stays and, with Ian, fucks her. They all undress and have sex on the sofa which starts, quite naturally, with a lot of tit-fucking, and finishes with anal and a cowgirl DP. Ian dispenses a facial, but Marino soldiers on then suddenly cums up Suzie's bum while doggy fucking her.
The team pick up the Longs, Angel & Ashley, at Thurrock and join the M25 where the girls flash their tits at passing coaches on the QE2 bridge. Stopping in a sunny garden, Angel promptly pees in Marino's mouth then the two girls undress each other for a gg session on a blanket on the ground with multiple dildos. Indoors, and after a bath, the girls join Marino, Ian and Frazer Fox and a fiveway follows on the large kitchen table. Both girls take anal and Angel gets a cowgirl DP.
Another nice day and Marino's off to Southend. Later in the evening he chances upon Bob Scott (yeah, right) who has Vixen and Raven in tow. The girls indulge in some flashing along the prom and fun with passers-by; then back to a house where the girls put on a floor-show for the boys. Bob and Marino fuck the girls in a nice firm no-nonsense way, including anal, which the girls seem to appreciate.
On the final day Marino is still asleep when Melissa and Rebekah come calling. They unpack a dildo collection from an M&S bag and start on each other in the living room. GG with all kinds of toys. When Marino wakes, the girls are naked in the garden so Marino fucks first Melissa, including anal, then Rebekah.
A good collection of scenes without the core of performers that are present in most other films in the series and so lacks some team spirit. There is something of a theme by pairing similar girls, the unbelievably leggy Ashley and Angel, punkettes Vixen and Raven and sexy blondes Melissa and Rebekah. Top marks for an anal creampie for Suzie. No complaints about the talent as they flash their way around Essex, just lacks a bit of something. Good, but not a classic.
Review by Bayleaf