With a green apple for logo and DVD liner copy punning on food, "Delectable Desires" emerges as generic Playgirl TV fodder assembled for DVD release, having been shot from 2004 through 2007. Nothing special here, though my personal fave Sandra Romain is accorded two separate vignettes, very unusual for these Wicked Pictures compilations.
In one titled "Black Light" she is paired with Mario Rossi and quite sexy in just purple and green colors, the scene shot via black light with glowing body paint applied. Sandra returns to be humped by Manuel Ferrara in a boxing-themed vignette, with the uncredited Playgirl director (usually its Skye Blue) hardly showing MF's big cock at all during the otherwise explicit sex footage.
Boxing recurs in the very next scene, a black on black extravaganza in which Marie Luv celebrates a victory with boxer/lover Mr. Marcus, as the femme voice-over narration stresses he hasn't been getting any for at least a month, heavily into training for the big bout. No food references, just pugilism in this "Delectable" compendium.
Charlotte Stokely early in her career is peaches & cream as a patient humped by doc Tony DeSergio in the video's first scene, treated for no good reason to the "deteriorated footage" effect of lots of scratches as a film would receive from repeated trips through a projector, but this is strictly video. Long-haired Reno is naturally the star of "Rock Star Reno", composing a song while strumming his guitar. He's accosted by slightly overage groupie Jolean, and they hump after she gets his autograph.
Spanish dialog is interjected in "Spanish Teacher", with Marco Banderas doing the honors and then humping beautiful Brooke Banner in a fantasy interlude. This vignette was reissued as part of "Playgirl's Hottest: Interracial 2", though I wouldn't have classified it as IR content.
Sloppiness persists at either the Playgirl or Wicked end, as Levi Green is credited on the DVD liner but not in the credits displayed on screen he never shows up in the video, and same liner touts a bonus interview with Anthony Fox, but poor Tony is accorded only silent Audition footage in which he's lost in the crowd of five male aspirants playing touch football or wading gingerly into a pond, never singled out for the expected individual attention in this useless filler segment.
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