Based in the 1970s, Night School for Scandal is the story of widow Joyce and her friend, divorcee Eileen. They’re older ladies who are fed up with the only things on offer to them being evening classes in flower arranging and cake decoration. They want something new and exciting and decide that it should be spicing up their non-existent sex lives.
Using the large hall of Joyce’s home, The Old School, they open the Ladies’ College for Erotic Arts. They welcome three fellow students, Edith, Betty and Susan, and three young men, Johnny, Mick and Winston. Together, they all explore the joy of sex in multiple different ways, with multiple partners and many, many props. They have several adventures, which include photography, being on stage, dabbling in prostitution and even being filmed.
The ladies discover there is indeed a great deal of joy in sex, particularly when their partner is giving pleasure, not just taking it. They have fun, take risks, and have multiple orgasms throughout the pages of this quirky novel.
Overall, Night School for Scandal is a fun, naughty, light hearted read. It’s full of imperfect women that readers can identify with, who are having outrageous adventures. This is a well-written, imaginative romp which I’d recommend to anyone looking for an erotic book that’s a bit different.