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Set in 1812, Devines The Pleasure Game finds the virginal Lady Regina Olney conspiring against her protective, scheming father by learning the ways of the world from the proverbial boy next door.
Set in 1750, Smalls Mastering Lady Lucinda finds the young, widowed Lady Lucinda Harrington publicly humiliating three suitors. Incensed, they conspire to have her kidnapped and trained to enjoy the pleasures of matrimony. Lucinda, however, is a woman ahead of her time, and has a trick or two up her sleeve. Risking It All, Johnsons contribution, also features a young widow. She is Felicia Greenwood, who gambles in Monte Carlo to save her villa. Just as she is about to lose her fortune, a handsome stranger offers assistance. Victorian-era principles notwithstanding, Felicia repays her mysterious benefactor by spending some wanton hours with him.
Finally, there is Schones A Man and a Woman. The protagonist is a 48-year-old vicars widow named Megan who trades places with a local prostitute to experience a night of sexual abandon with a man dressed as an Arab. (excerpted from Publishers Weekly 2000 review)