When her father sells their house overlooking the family's private beach, Millie fears she will never be able to swim the way she always has – naked and alone, and always dreaming of a mysterious figure. But on the family's last seaside excursion, a chance meeting in the hotel dining room will change her life forever, even if she doesn't quite believe it herself.
France of 1959 is a freewheeling destination for travelers seeking sexual liberation. American columnist April Jones journeys to Paris with the manuscript of an erotic novel, hoping to escape her Midwestern American small town. But she has another writing project: an expanding compendium of her sexual experiences abroad. From the elegance of St. Germain to the bohemian alleys of Montmartre, April enjoys the carnal menu of the City of Lights, rapidly gaining lovers and enemies.
The novel traces the early sexual life of Lord Robert Lance from his early sexual initiations to the more confident seductions of the young Victorian Casanova. In the course of the novel, Robert not only loses his virginity to a buxom maid but has his wicked way with, among others, two luscious housemaids, a prim governess, and his brothers seductive wife.
Flappers, Jazz and Valentino - Roaring Twenties Erotica Is it not enough to lead my son into wild ways without teaching my daughter the tango? - Dona Luisa, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Step back in time to a decade full of glamour, glitz and decadent sin with this collection of erotica set in the Roaring Twenties.