Jane's ambition to work in investigative television leads her into the clutches of the Ruskin Club, a secret brotherhood devoted to Victorian values and their corrective practices. Naively she visits Ms Brentwood, a maker of Victorian corsets and strict disciplinarian, and when Jane's deception is uncovered a month's initiation by the Committee is her sentence. And so she is introduced to the whip during treatments in the austere doctor's examination room. As a stable girl at Hunt Hall, the major and his grooms chastise her further, and at Lord Waterhouse's modern apartment she becomes the plaything of his wife and her spoilt friends. And it is whilst held in Sir John's wine cellar, where she is chained during the Ruskin Club's May day celebrations, that her tenacious producer, Ben Handford, comes looking for her...

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