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  • Jacky St. James provides rather static vignettes in place of her usual Sweet Sinner feature-length stories with this tired-blood release for the label known for its Couples Romances. It plays more like her filler for Bellesa Films.

    Each of the four segments ends identically (after the mandatory money shot) with the couple indicatng "never again", as implied by the DVD's title.

    The acting is well-done, creating believable situations, but there is virtually zero action apart from sex. This makes it easy to cut the number of camera set-ups to a bare minimum and get a feature-length video in the can at minimal cost, in keeping with porn's current low budgets.

    London River is the only name actress in the cast, playing a divorce lawyer repping the husband, while Ryan McLane's client is the wife. That married couple is never shown (another money-saver) and after arguing over the case a bit, suddenly Ryan and River have sex on a couch via porn logic rather than a well-written scene. It's infidelity for the lawyers, who then pledge to make it a one-off.

    Other scenes are similarly ho-hum. Nathan Bronson has sex with an ex with Harley Haze. Bronson is soon to get married (to another woman), so this plays as a nostalgic reunion.

    Vanessa Sky has a loud and angry argument with Derrick Pierce over the marriage of her sister in a vignette titled unsubtly "Sister of the B*tch". Derrick gets angry and roughly forces her to have sex with him, but via porn logic she loves it -a completely phony scene.

    Remaining scene showcases Cadence Lux's acting skill in an otherwise routine massage porn episode. Titled "A Pre-Wedding Gift", it has her getting a rubdown from masseur Robby Echo, paid for by the groom. She's mean and condescending to Robby, while complaining about the lack of sex from her future hubby, their relationship having become stale even before the nuptials. Yet she easily seduces Echo on the massage table, and stays in character throughout.