TWO NEW RELEASES IN TIME FOR THE LABOR DAY WEEKEND! ENJOY.
Jayda is a woman depressed over a breakup with her recent lover. She has remained in self-imposed isolation, for some time and decides tonight is the night to hit the club scene and look for romance.
Bruised and fragile in her depressed state of mind, self-doubt nearly causes her to bolt from the club, but her two gay friends, Jimmy and Sully provide the encouragement she needs to stay rather than run from the club.
Soon, fate smiles on Jayda and she meets Tina, at the bar, ordering the same drink. The conversation between them moves quickly and things look promising. Jayda is filled with optimism this night is going to end well.
Crystal is an up and coming writer and while celebrating her latest publication with a cup of coffee in her favorite coffee shop, she befriends two young co-eds.
Thirty something Crystal is sitting in her favorite coffee shop, drinking a celebratory coffee, basking in the delight of her recent publication as a writer.
Sitting in the booth behind her are two college girls, Holly and Noel, obviously in love, and Crystal gets into a conversation with them. A friendship ensues and Crystal heads back to her new friends apartment.
Holly and Noel are an interracial pair, Holly is Asian and Noel is African American. The mature Crystal is soon inserted into the relationship by the two young girls and the afternoon becomes a very sensual and sweaty interlude.
In spite of the age and racial differences the three become close friends and share their love, without question, among themselves.