Ginger plays a rich girl who falls for a poor boy (Tom Byron) who her parents disapprove of. The production values here are good, and there are two great scenes worth mentioning here: Ginger with Amber Lynn on the couch, and Tamara Longley's scene with Ron Jeremy & Christy Canyon in the doctor's office. The acting is not the best, though there is a funny scene when Ginger brings her new boyfriend to dinner at her Mom & Dad's where Ginger's mother gags on her drink as a delayed reaction to something "Tommy" has said. Hysterical, and unintentional I'm sure. Not the best of Ginger's Vivid series, but still above-average entertainment.
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