Tania (Evelyn Claire) and Sarah (Kenna James) are best friends and roomies! Tania is trying to set Kenna up on a date, yet again, with a beautiful girl from her yoga class. Sarah objects every time Tania tries to set her up, but this time Tania is persistent, so she agrees. “It won’t be awkward if you meet her at a party,” Tania explains, “so we’ll have a party right here at our place!”
The day of the party has arrived and Debbie (Aidra Fox) comes over, she must speak to Tania alone. Debbie and Tania are engaged but their relationship has been less than perfect. Debbie so desperately wants Tania to move into her place, away from Kenna, but Tania resents Debbie’s suspicion. Debbie pleads, “Can you please kiss me, kiss me like you used to.”
Sarah is left alone with Rocky (Kenzie Reeves). This is exactly what she didn’t want. She had hoped to get to know Rocky in a group setting, but Tania is in the next room with her fiancé. Sarah learns that she is the opposite to Rocky. Sarah is conservative, she wants a traditional life, a wife and kids; while Kenzie is wild and free, she loves a one-night stand, and pays her bills by seducing sugar mommas. Rocky is beautiful, at least Tania was right about that.
The closer Rocky moves to her, the faster Sarah’s heart beats. Rocky is wild, almost feral, and she wants to devour Sarah. Sarah tries to be strong, but oh– Rocky is so powerfully seductive. Sarah gives into her spell.
Sarah and Rocky are almost completely dressed when Tania comes out from the next room. Tania burns with anger but tries to force a smile; how could Rocky fuck her dear friend on a first date?! What sort of woman does that? The three women in the house: Debbie, Sarah, and Rocky, are speaking about playing a game of charades. Sarah senses her friend’s anger and tries to call it a night, but the Debbie and Rocky are all-too eager to play. Debbie exclaims, “the party’s just getting started!”
The game begins and Tania is coming face to face with a strange new emotion, jealousy. The feeling that Rocky could be taking away her dear friend burns her with a fiery rage. The feeling is mixed with confusion, and indifference to her own fiancé, something must be done about it. A strong desire to end her suffering compels her to yell at Rocky, “get out!” Rocky refuses to leave until Tania admits what she claims that everyone in the room already know– Tania and Sarah are in love with each other. Sarah shamefully admits it’s true, and promises to Debbie that she never acted on it. Debbie demands to know if Tania is, in fact, in love with Sarah. Tania can not deny it, this game of charades must end. Tania and Sarah are meant to be together.