Wealthy French heiress and socialite Annick Bouchet weds supermodel Julia Spoleto. Julia, who is also an accomplished Domme, owns Manhattan’s best Italian restaurant, Letto di Donna Giulia (Julia’s Bed). The popular restaurant also houses a secret in the floors above it, the Circulo di Giulia, Julia’s “circle” or “club.” The cognoscenti who can afford it are granted exclusive access to the upstairs and to Julia’s harem of slaves for more private pleasures.
Using her head for business, Annick tells Julia that they need to open an outpost of the operation in Paris. Though Julia is at first skeptical that an Italian restaurant could succeed in the capital of haute cuisine, she gives in, and Letto di Donna Giulia, complete with Circulo, is reproduced in France. The operation is an instant success. Things look bright until a Ripper-like murderer begins killing the beautiful models making up their Parisian staff. When the police are baffled, Annick turns to private investigator Trevor Gantt. Gantt, an experienced Dom, has helped the women save the business once before. Can he do so again and find the murderer before he kills again? And whose bed will he wind up in this time? This sequel to Julia’s Bed is Gemma Stone’s nastiest and sexiest mystery yet.