Damn, another ten for appeal to Reviewer. I sort of promised I wouldn't give a lot of tens, certainly not in the same month, but I can't help it. I did give my ten to this story the first time I read it, several years ago.
This is really three stories written about the same Middlebury, Vermont background. J.A.M. Aluminum there has a program abbreviated EPOD. The wives of the junior vice-presidents have sex with senior vice-presidents and in theory the president and certain important customers, when told to do so, sometimes with very little notice. Some of the participants are not thrilled by the program, mostly husbands not happy their wives are enjoying it, but they put up with it and urged their wives to join in because it is the "Chance to Advance" that is the story title. EPOD started when the founder, the present president's father, started the company. Oh yes, EPOD is Executive Pussy On Demand.
We meet three new vice-presidents and their wives, or in one case fiancé who get married late in the story. We learn how they got together as couples and handle the other characters at JAM and various other residents of Middlebury.
Its hard to give a synopsis of what happens to all the two dozen plus characters that surround the central six. There is lots of sex, nudity, some bondage, and humor as well. I am going to go with a ten for plot. Lots of things happen in the plot and in the backstories of the characters as well. Vulgus has a very special imagination he uses to craft this story. Not many authors, perhaps no other, could come up with these characters and their actions.
I am not as thrilled with the Technical Quality. Nothing terribly off-putting, but I see it as a nine. This might be a good place to mention a Universe that includes this story, The Middlebury Chronicles. If you like this story there are others in the universe you probably will enjoy as well. Some of the other stories are by Flavian, who established the universe. Although some of Vulgus's stories are dark, he has over 90 posted on SOL. Explore them, a few are reviewed, and most are pretty good.