Bethany Marx was eighteen when she met
Jacob Mathews, owner of the menís magazine, Intuition.
That meeting changed her life forever. Even though Bethís
stepfather Tom is in jail, serving time for raping and
abusing her, he still manages to be a presence in her life.
Five years later, Beth is one of many girls who Jacob saved.
Except for the painful memories of her past, Beth has worked
hard to turn her life around. Jacobís son Derrick and
Derrickís best friend Nathan have always shared women and
now they want Beth. While Beth, Derrick, and Nathan try to
wok out their feelings, Tom has decided itís time to get
Beth back and he wonít let anyone get in his way.
Shutter has a familiar
theme: a beautiful damsel in distress is saved by two
handsome white nights. One of the men is more commanding in
bed, the other is gentler. The things that make it typical
also make it good. Thereís not a lot wrong with two handsome
men vying for one womanís attention then fulfilling all of
her sexual fantasies. When Jacob and Nathan decide they
donít want to share Beth, things take an unexpected turn,
bringing a dose of realism to this erotic story. The realism
does not extend to the use of birth control or protection
and considering Derrick and Nathan have supposedly shared a
lot of women, I would make that a priority. Realism aside,
Jacob is a pretty accurate, yet fictional portrayal of Hugh
Hefner and the men are smokiní hot. While there is nothing
particularly new or thrilling about Shutter,
itís a good erotic story with a few twists, some action, and
a lot of hot sex.