In "Teaching Teacher," a man who teaches poetry to housewives on Saturday mornings quickly realizes that the gorgeous woman in the first row wants more from him than his intellect. And for her diligent efforts, she receives far more than an A.
In "She," a writer and his muse, who lies naked on his bed peppering him with her prurient thoughts, work out their overwhelming lust for each other in an unusual, extremely erotic way. When spoken by a sexually frustrated writer, words can be even sexier than touch.
And in "Tricked Out," a guy whose life has hit the skids wins the sexual lottery when an unbelievably hot woman plucks him from the dive bar he practically lives in so that she can have her way with him in the back of a pickup truck. The action is ferocious and the release absolute.