Ingrid is a social worker, a morally upright, even uptight woman out to save the poor people of the world... until she encounters a sex tourist. He is sleazy, thinks prostitution is Woman's gift to Man, and interested in buying sex from as many females as he can. However, things are not as they seem as Haitian politics revolve around the only export-earning business: the Florida Club, which is a brothel.
Is this book a sexual come-on? Is it political and social satire? Does it advocate prostitution or damn it?