The lovely but headstrong Lucretia wants a husband, while her overbearing father wants to cure the brat's unruly temperament. At his wits end, he takes her to Dr. Beauregard Addams at Greenbrier Plantation, where, ignoring her vehement protests, he insists she submit to the physician's most ingenious treatment for willful females. Lucy is soon humiliated to find herself stripped, bathed and shaved while the doctor looks on. Later she's chained at the foot of the stairs, on display for the entire household. And her training has only begun! It's not long before she's collared, rudely spanked and calling the good doctor Master. Lucy is repulsed by the strange goings-on in the doctor's household and denies that she wants anything to do with her master and his sadistic ways. Even so, her passions are strangely engaged and her sexual desires ignite, setting the stage for a spirited clash between the master and his newest slave. She drawn further into Beau's wicked world of pain, punishment and pleasure, when she discovers the writings of de Sade, a courtyard full of bondage stations and is introduced to The Society; and their slaves. According to the contract Beau signed with her father, Lucy must remain a virgin, but that does not keep the man from teaching her how to give and receive physical pleasure, through his systematic treatments - nor does it prevent him from falling in love with the spirited girl. The two clash in a love/hate relationship that both ignites their sexual fires and threatens Beau's ;professional; ethics. But it's a jealous slave, extracting revenge, that sets in motion a series of events that will send Lucy packing and threaten any hope that these star-crossed lovers can ever realize their love.