Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this erotic outing, an artist discovers the cure to his creative block comes in the shapely forms of two models. Prior to hiring the models, Leo's marriage had been in trouble, for he was so focused on his inability to create that he ignored the physical and emotional needs of his ambitious and somewhat overbearing wife, Karen. Tired of it all, Karen abandons him and moves to New York City. Meanwhile, Leo's career begins spiralling towards destruction. Then he meets Beth, an overly modest art student suffering from low self-esteem, and Claire, a broke single mother embroiled in an expensive custody battle. The presence of these beauties in his studio jump-starts his creativity. As he paints, the girls share intimate secrets from their pasts, though the relationship remains non-sexual. Trouble brews when Karen returns and jealously suspects that the three are fooling around. Though negative at first, the situation forces both Karen and Leo to re-evaluate and ultimately rejuvenate their marriage. The models also find happiness.
abandonment, artist, creative-block, family, family-neglect, jealousy, marital-problems, marriage, modeling, secrets, student