Middle-aged divorcee Magdalene moves in with her friend Darla and her daughter Wendy. After an unhappy marriage Magdalene is no longer interested in men and takes a young lover, Kasey.

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Magdalene St. Michaels ...
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Kasey Chase ...
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Erica Lauren ...
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Wendy Breeze ...
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Sinn Sage ...
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Middle-aged divorcee Magdalene moves in with her friend Darla and her daughter Wendy. After an unhappy marriage Magdalene is no longer interested in men and takes a young lover, Kasey.

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28 April 2010 (USA)  »

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Kasey: So, am I what you expected? I know with personal ads that it can be a little...
Magdalene: You're exquisite. What about me?
Kasey: Can't you tell by how nervous I am? You're gorgeous. You're exactly what I wanted.
Magdalene: Um, maybe we should just go up to the room now. What do you think?
Kasey: I think that's a great idea.
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Followed by Mother Loves Society Part Three (2010) See more »

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Elegant template for successful series
9 June 2015 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

Nica Noelle executes a simple formula, May/December romance between women, in this ongoing series spotlighting the best in girl/girl talent. It kicks off with an engrossing two-parter: I have posted separate reviews

Nica's go-to gal Magdalene St, Michaels (who began this career at age 50, though she doesn't look it) has the lead role as a recent divorcée who moves in with a friend Darla Crane (cameo here, major role in Part 2). Tone is set initially when Maggie remarks: "I'm totally turned off to the male persuasion", adding "I've realized that I'm probably a lesbian".

The fans already know that truer words were never spoken. She meets young Kasey Chase in a bar, and they soon go upstairs for a tryst, billed in the DVD's marketing as Kasey's first on-screen girl/girl scene. Magdalene's familiar intimate whispering includes (instead of vulgar porn-speak) such phrases as "beautiful clit" and "Thank you" in a dominant performance, the sex presented real-time.

Kasey's brought home to meet the family, including Darla's Black daughter Wendy Breeze. After Kasey announces that she's dyslexic and we see a flashback of her with an older woman (Erica Lauren, who's cornered the market for playing old-looking lesbians) and Wendy bluntly warns the girl to stay away from her mom.

Erica arrives and announces that she's Kasey's mom. Talking privately to the girl, Erica threatens her with exposure of their previous affair, and blackmails her into sex upstairs. This is unsettling to watch, because Lauren is a convincing heavy and the pretending-to-be-mommy gambit is sleazy. Yet at the end she whispers "I missed you" and the overall scene is done romantically rather than gonzo.

Soap operatic plot thickens when Wendy visits Maggie's room, admitting to having a crush on the older gal since she was just 10 years old. With both actresses in blue jeans, a mixed-combo lesbian scene ensues, done very naturalistically and spotlighting Breeze's large natural breasts (giving Maggie's famous frontage a run for the money). With MSM on top the fingering and tribbing results in the promised "real orgasms" of the Sweetheart Video label.

Finale of Part 1 has Sinn Sage coming home with Wendy, latter boasting "I did Magdalene". Their frank discussion of older women in bed leads to a sort of normalcy, of the two young women making love, the scene really heating up when Sinn sits on Wendy's face. As they wind down, "to be continued" is flashed on screen -the dramatics not resolved, but left to Part 2.

Already in double digits, this series represents a sure-fire combination of sex and dramatics and at least thus far benefits from continuous storyline rather than unrelated "short story" vignettes in its structure.


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