Wu Chien-Lien returns to the damsel in distress role in this thematic sequel to the 1992 breakthrough film, this time with a new lead star.
Celia (Wu Chien Lien) is an immigrant from China who was forced into prostitution in an attempt to help her brother (Cheung Tat Ming) out of prison. She is constantly abused by the gang she works for. When she witnesses the gang boss (William Ho) being killed off first by a fellow hooker, then an ambitious gangster who wants the position, she escapes. When the gang goes after Celia, she is rescued by Frank (Aaron Kwok), a young street racer who loves enjoying his sport.
When the goons go after Frank, top racer Dino (Anthony Wong) kicks the gang out. Frank wins his race but cannot keep his eyes of Celia. Meanwhile, police officer Bill (Kwan Hoi-Sang) is after Celia for assault and her possible connection to the gang boss's murder. Frank goes to the grave of his mother. He remembers trying to save his mother, but failed as she was killed in a car accident. Since her death, Frank, whose father (Paul Chiang) is a rich and respected man, has led a rebellious life.
Celia has nowhere to turn to and one night, when she is offered to have sex with two men, Frank rescues her and takes her in. When Frank catches her with his mom's bracelet, the last momento he had before she died, he gets md at her. Celia leaves but left her wallet with a photo of her and her brother. When Celia is chased by Bill, she runs into Simon (Johnny Teng), one of the gang members and she is injured by his blade. Frank rescues her and he takes he back in. Soon, Frank and Celia get close, resulting in the jealousy of Jack (Roger Kwok), Frank's buddy. When Dino and Frank race, Jack purposely makes sure Frank has no brakes so he can win a lot of money. Frank is upset and tries to confront Jack but to no avail. He returns home to learn his apartment is thrashed and ablazed. However, he finds Celia alive with the bracelet that belonged to his mom. The two go to a hotel room where finally, they kiss.