Stancliffe's Rose Cottage Bed & Breakfast
has been successful for many years. Her guests
(nearly all women) return year after year. Her
next door neighbor, the elderly, silver-tongued,
Bud "the Stud" Davis believes they
come to spend time with him in romantic liaisons.
The prim and proper Mrs. Stancliffe steadfastly
denies this, but really doesn't do anything
to prevent it, and reluctantly accepts the fact
that "Bud the Stud" is, in fact, good
Her other neighbor
and would-be suitor Henry Mitchell is a retired
chemist who has developed a blue pill called
"Venusia," after Venus (the goddess
of love) to increase the libido of menopausal
women. The pill has not been tested. Add to
the guest list three older women: Victoria Ambrose,
a romance novelist whose personal life seems
to be lacking in romance; Hillary Hudson a friend
of Henry's who has agreed to test the Venusia:
and Charmaine Beauregard, a "Southern Belle"
whose libido does not need to be increased!
the Stud" gets his hands on some of the
Venusia pills, the fun begins as he attempts
to entertain all three women! But they soon
discover that the pills have a strange effect
on men: it gives them all the symptoms of menopausal
women, complete with hot flashes, mood swings,
weeping and irritability!