And when she's sent on an assignment to a bizarre country house, things get even stranger. The owner of the house is a peculiarly eccentric and masterful character, and plans to add Rosemary to his collection of beautiful things.
Feigning a brotherly interested in Kim, he is actually out to seek revenge on her for being the pampered only daughter of their rakish father. Things are complicated by the fact they have a mutual powerful sexual interest in each other and, although Kim is filled with shame and guilt at this unnatural obsession, she finds herself being drawn into his gameplan for success.
A ruthless businessman also has Lorna in his sights, and wants to build an exclusive leisure centre on her land. He sets out to seduce her - as does the darkly handsome architect who has been hired to restore the Priory; he has his own private reasons for wanting to possess her: body, mind and soul. The village is seething with intrigue, which can only escalate when Lorna discovers that paganism is thriving on her doorstep. Can she hold on to the Priory and her sanity?
The rural English village in which they live is home to some eccentric and bohemian characters including the passionate and cultured David Maccabene, who introduces Lisa to new ways of thinking and kinky ways of loving. In a bid to escape the stuffy conservatism of Paul's overbearing family, Lisa seeks satisfaction and help from her new-found friends. She manages this with alacrity, outraging her future in-laws and finding talents she never knew she had.
By the best-selling author of Country Matters.
Great characterisation and oodles of sexy fun in this story of three friends who love dressing up for a romp.