TransAngels.com Description: Even though he’s eighteen, Silas Stone still gets scared of storms. Lucky for him, his hot new step-mom, the blonde and slim Janelle Fennec is understanding and invites him to sleep in bed with her while his father is away. Silas can’t help himself and peeks under Janelle’s robe, feeling her up while she pretends to sleep. Janelle takes Silas’ mind off the storm by making him lick her tight pink hole before she takes his cock all the way inside of her.
Caramel’s Review: A testament to Janelle Fennec’s acting chops is when she tells her 18 year old stepson, Silas Stone, that she can sleep in her room with her, it doesn’t come off as a come-on. Sure, we know this is porn, but here’s where plot development proves itself to be the best way to go. If you can make it seem real, that is. As a movie buff, it’s impossible for me not to recall the 1967 picture The Graduate with Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft. TransAngels.com is perhaps the only studio that could even come close to pulling off a May/September romance to be compared to the classic film.
The only thing odd I find about this update is the sequence where Janelle undresses in the bathroom knowing Silas can see her. How can he resist touching his cock while gazing at her nude and in lingerie?! Circling back to that thing we call plot development again, it’s all part of the set-up. Janelle gets in bed and pretends to doze off, giving Silas a chance to expose her beautiful body and to discover the secret between her legs.
Just you wait as the sexual tension builds. See how the seduction fully plays out. It’s well worth the wait! How is the sex? Considering that Janelle Fennec is one of the finest trans stars ever to grace the adult industry, young Silas and his performance is the only one in question. He’s the top 100% in this glorious bareback scene with full nudity. My only complaint would be that he’s the worst at pretending he’s not a highly skilled porn actor and not a virginal teen. But I’d give this TransAngels.com update an 8 out of 10 – 2 points off for realism, or lack thereof.