The book opens with Jack's mother, Kathleen, making her third attempt in as many days at seducing their live-in foreign exchange student, Ajay. Not finding him in his bedroom, she hunts for him in the mansion. Kathleen finds Ajay nude, as well as Jack and Bert, sleeping off alcohol and pot in a guest bedroom. It was obvious that they had an orgy; evidence of the female sex was everywhere in the wrecked, disheveled room. Furious, Kathleen ties the boys up and blindfolds them to remain anonymous. In an inspired rut she uses both Bert and Ajay repeatedly, taking out her ire by mercilessly abusing them. Jack, also, is "taught" a painful lesson. Was she right in doing so? Sure! As a psychiatrist catering to a clientele of emotionally crippled Harvard University and Beacon Hill luminaires, she knew exactly what she was doing.
Finally rescued by Nadine and Anita, Jack recounts to the girls the orgy of the night before. Starring in the no-holes-barred mattress-mambo is the petite sixty-seven pound Chinese gymnast, Sue. Two years older than the boys and as beautiful and as buff as a college bound girl could be, she enthusiastically joins the fray. Double teamed by Bert and Ajay, the athletic girl has the time of her life.