When deal-making seasoned American turned British banker Christopher Coleman agrees to an open marriage with Lindsay Mitchell, a stunningly beautiful early forties member of morally troubled twenty-first century London society, he is ill-prepared to cope with the jealousies and often alternative sexual pleasures that inevitably envelope their fast moving transatlantic life. Leading a life of luxury in London, England and on the stunningly beautiful islands of Florida’s Gulf Coast Keys, Christopher and Lindsay fall into each others arms after years of changing sexual partners, failed relationships and a near fatal divorce and form an enormously successful business and personal partnership challenged only by the men and women and financial deals that seem to flock to them like bees to honey. The story begins when their twenty-first century open marriage is at its sexual pinnacle and filled with lonely, sexually starved wives and prowling lusty husbands. It then goes back in time to their youthful sexual adventures and misadventures to return to the sex and deal filled life they lead today. The novel ends in the deal and sexual experience of a lifetime involving youthful and current sexual partners and most importantly a man who nearly causes their marriage to collapse, the Oxford University educated Robert Foot who is Client Rouge and Chief Running Horse of the resource rich North American Indian tribe, the Redfoot Nation.