Jewel is great fun: sarcastic, a softy, and with giant intimacy issues. Her friend Nina is a trip, too.
Jewel's got a great imagination and is forever in search of good sex, which she rarely finds. She turns out to be Randy's 100th woman, and he's finally able to take physical form. But Randy worries that, if he doesn't continue giving his hundredth woman orgasms, he might be stuck in another piece of furniture. Also, he doesn't have a Social Security number, and his lordly estate was bought by Americans in the 1920s and transported to Chicago. He wants his things back. Clay can teach him how to live on his own in the 21st century.
Clay knows that he and Jewel are very much alike; they both love risk, and are good together sexually. Except Randy is in the way, and Jewel is wary of Clay's criminal tendencies even as she finds them exciting.
Whom will Jewel choose? Does she have to choose? I'm looking forward to finding out.
I completely recommend this.