In "The Mini Mob," it's 1965 in the heart of swinging London.
A lusty lad like Ivor Belling discovers it isn't all that difficult to charm the panties off pretty colleagues working with him at Cable Publicity, especially when he is given the job of promoting Ruff Trayde, a pop singer who is the idol of millions of teenage girls.
And elsewhere, such as at the Hunkiedorie Club or in the studio of a randy photographer, there are also lots of beautiful, sexy, uninhibited females ready and eager to assist Ivor and Martin, Cable's Managing Director, who mix their business with a variety of sensual pleasures.
Ivor's adventures continue in "Private Relations," where his friend and ace photographer Brian Lipman is never without a luscious model in tow.
He sometimes even takes a few pictures after the pretty girl has shed all her inhibitions along with her clothes.
Ivor finds himself called upon to lend a hand when asked to help satisfy the demands of Brian's lustful females. And Ivor and Brian must also take into account the needs of the Churchmill Model Agency girls - but is their equipment up to the challenge?