The latest with the new covers highlighting the cast, rather than hiding them as in the past, this is another really good edition of this superb girl-girl series. As with any other Lesbea title, of course the best scene is the Eufrat scene, this time with Tracy. It is very, very good, with an inner drama that makes up for there being seemingly no plot. The way Eufrat and Tracy connect and project the drama of this love scene simply has to be seen to be believed.
All five scenes have no dialogue, but all have that inner quality that makes Lesbea so good. The drama of the coming together and then the lovemaking is something that makes Lesbea so good. Every time I watch a Lesbea it truly gets to me, and I love it.
All five scenes have this magic, with the last, with Gina & Holly, being so good. With a Lesbea I imagine a plot to go with the scene, for I enjoy their scenes so much.
This is a truly excellent edition of Lesbea with not a dud scene in sight.