Upon meeting voluptuous Samantha at the exclusive Bundu Lodge in Kenya, General Manager George, wonders if this new guest can eliminate sexual difficulties inflicted by the beautifully toxic ¡La Bella Donna!. Samantha, wants an African experience, and hopes to snare a local Samburu chief. Instead, she mistakes a snared buffalo for a breed of cattle reared on her late father's ranch and releases the wild beast. The chief and entire Samburu tribe, turn on Sam in anger. More accustomed to the cement jungles of Wall Street than Africa, Samantha stumbles back to The Lodge, where distraught and disorientated and in the dark, she mistakes Cazzino, owner of The Lodge, for George. She's engulfed in passion she's never before experienced. But Cazzino's dominatrix wife is with him, as are Texan billionaires who've been encouraged by Ulla to buy The Lodge. Cazzino is reticent to sell. Sam can't decide between Cazzino and George, and is constantly aroused. When the three-some witness Cazzino's Swedish siren frolicking with the Texans in a hippo-created mud bath, Cazzino seizes the chance to oust Ulla. But the Samburu chief emerges, and drags the mud encrusted Ulla to his hut. It's a case of mistaken identity. He believes his hostage is Sam, who has incurred his wrath for freeing the buffalo. The bondage queen, chained and abused, plots her escape. Upon the chief’s return Ulla knocks him unconscious, and flees to the nearest haven of safety—George's Land Rover. Meanwhile Cazzino, emerging from a drunken, dope filled stupor, has arranged for ¡La Bella Donna!'s arrival as a gift for George, inadvertently providing the only form of life saving transport for the stricken Ulla—his helicopter. Cazzino's surprise backfires—Sam and George have already consummated their romance. Their relationship falters when a secret from a shared past comes to light, threatening to break all moral codes.