By the time she entered her middle years Sunny Raymond was disappointed. She found men to be generally unskilled and uncaring lovers, something she was certain she could correct in young Richard Saunders. She trained him well but unfortunately the world began to turn upside down just as her student reached his peak years, years during which the women for whom he was trained, began to exercise social dominance. What is a man, trained for one kind of world, to do when that world gives way to a new order? Does he become an uncaring technician? And how do these young, aggressive and take-charge women view him? Does he become a challenge or a toy?