Waltz of the Wantons by Roger Hastings - October, 1913—across the lonely Scottish moors to the Cailean’s Blackthorne Estate, come men and women in horse-drawn coaches, motor cars, and even on horseback. The glittering ballroom is teeming with guests eager to partake the awaiting sexual pleasure. The real action, however, takes place in the cellars of Blackthorne, where captive maidens and a few young men satisfy the constant flow of guests who find their way down the winding stone stairway into a forbidden paradise. This year, Lord Corwin attends with his son, Allan, and daughter, Lissa. On Lissa’s eighteenth birthday, she is determined to shed her virginity and join the revelry. She targets Sir Richard Cailean, the young, handsome, titled head of the Cailean family for her first seduction. However, jealous and in a fit of rage, Richard’s lover, Treise and her accomplice abduct Lissa. Imprisoned in a stone tower, she’s ravished and punished, while Treise tries to win back Richard. When Richard ignores his lover, going in search of Lissa, he’s also kidnapped, and held prisoner, where three nubile maids keep him perpetually bound and sexually exhausted.