• House of Roosters: Melissa’s Story by Amanda Jilling

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    Dorothy, the driving force behind what will become the House of Roosters, decides, after two years of Internet dating, that she would like to have some sisters guard her back.

    She imagines a club, like the old Victorian gentlemen’s clubs. Dorothy’s primary desire is to create an environment in which it is safe for women to explore their deepest sexual fantasies.

    Nineteen women, including Melissa, are drawn to Dorothy’s vision. Three men that Dorothy has met through the Internet become the initial Roosters. They form a Board of Directors and start the process of building the club.

    From these humble beginnings the club grows, within the short space of a year, until it requires the space of a factory building.

    Along the way they learn how to recruit and test Roosters, host parties and market the Rooster concept. They also add a Sybian and a sex swing.

    Throughout the book a wide variety of sexual activity is graphically described.