Sometimes Sex is So Wrong, It’s Right

Digital Sin has announced the upcoming release of Tabu Tales, a new vignette series which delves into carnal desires that emerge from sordid relationships. Each steamy installment of the erotic series will feature four unique stories told through the eyes of one of the central characters.

The first installment of Tabu Tales entitled, ‘Family Business’, focuses on forbidden desires within a family of steps (stepfathers, stepmothers, stepsons, stepdaughters, stepbrothers, stepsisters) and pairs some of the industry’s hottest stars, India Summer, Jessa Rhodes, Brenda James, and Penelope Stone with popular male performers, Van Wylde, Tyler Nixon, Logan Pierce, and Steven St. Croix.

The risqué vignettes in ‘Family Business’ explore a variety of illicit relationships including: a woman’s journey into her own sexual awakening with her stepson, the hidden desire between a stepfather and stepdaughter during the preparation of her wedding, a young woman who accidentally discovers her stepbrother’s kinky fetish, and the explosive attraction between a stepmother and stepson at odds with one another.

“What drew me to this series was the psychological heat that is created within scenarios where one or both people are off-limits. Sex that’s wrong sometimes feels very right,” says award winning writer and director of ‘Family Business’, Jacky St. James. “Dialogue-driven vignettes add a level of sexual tension between the characters before they get to unleash that desire on one another. It’s incredibly sexy to watch that unfold on camera.”

With cinematography by award-winning director, Eddie Powell, ‘Family Business’ elevates the quality of the typical vignette series by adhering to the same standards of visual storytelling we’ve seen from Powell in New Sensations/Digital Sin’s most critically acclaimed releases Torn, The Submission of Emma Marx, and The Temptation of Eve.

The visual artistry and compelling storylines in ‘Family Business’ will appeal to a wide range of audiences interested in higher-end vignette releases that explore passionate sex within illicit relationships.

‘Family Business’ releases on September 26th.

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