The sixth and final salacious volume of aristocratic dandy Rupert Mountjoy's autobiography sees our hero cavorting in the Scottish Highlands and getting up to plenty of not-so-innocent fun.
It's the late summer of 1907 and high time Rupert Mountjoy took up Angus Tattershall's long-standing invitation or a few days shooting up at the family manor in the Scottish Highlands. Naturally in the best company, Rupert's fellow revellers include such culling stags as Angus's father, General Sir Warwick Tattershall, the Rajah of Tochestan and HRH King Edward VII (God Bless Him).
Amongst the ladies of the house on parade are Mrs Kappel and Annabel, a most nubile seventeen-year-old of Mountjoy's acquaintance to whom both our hero and the Rajah take an immediate fancy, and soon the whole party begins indulging in a very uninhibited series of Highland Games . . .