The fourth volume in the autobiography of unashamed turn-of-the-century libertine Rupert Mountjoy, bursting with erotic anecdotes and saucy tales.
After over-strenuous indoor exercises in London, Rupert is advised to get some peace and quiet.
At first sight, the sleepy Devonshire village of Little Farcombe looks unexciting, but Rupert is soon taken in hand by the insatiable daughter of the local squire and then encounters a variety of most stimulating country characters.
There is the passionate Miss Dunstable who enjoys nothing better than playing ball games with her strapping young gardener, and the curvacious Mrs Wilkinson who welcomes all newcomers to the village in her own very special way - whilst her husband watches through the keyhole! And still to come is the ravishing eighteen-year-old Amber, fresh out of school and eager to experience all of life's pleasures . . .