It was supposed to be just another job… Just another client… But I was in for a surprise.
For the past 3 years, I had been working as an Acton Escort of https://charlotteaction.org/acton-escorts to put myself through college. Introduced to the business by a classmate that had noticed how hard I was struggling with two jobs and school. She told me it didn’t have to be that way, said how easy her life was, how she didn’t have to work two jobs to pay for college because her work as a model often paid more than $10,000 per month.
She said they were looking for new talent, that I was beautiful and should give the agency a call, then handed me their business card.
It sounded too good to be true. But I called the number anyway. They quickly scheduled an audition. When I showed up, the wool was pulled from over my eyes. She had lied, I wouldn’t be modeling, I would be working as a high-end Acton Escort, but she did tell the truth about one thing… I could make over $10,000 per month.
After a weekend of deep thought and tireless work at my two jobs, I decided to sign up.
Now back to the story… He was supposed to be just another client… But he stole my heart…
We met at the Hilton Hotel in New York City. He paid $3,000 to spend a weekend with me. He was a high-profile client, so I was told to be extra discreet. When I entered his hotel room, I was shocked at who was standing in front of me. A well-known local businessman. I had been booked by many businessmen before him, but none of his stature.
His identity was a shock, but what came next shocked me more. There were rose petals on the bed, scented candles lit, expensive champagne on the rocks. We spent the night talking on the balcony of the hotel, enjoying each other’s companies, drinks, and the view of New York City.
I found out that both of our families immigrated from Germany to America in the 1950’s. We had the same taste in music, liked the same types of movies. Shared family values, we just clicked. We spent the rest of the weekend eating at nice restaurants, shopping, and having more profound intellectual talks. He was the perfect gentleman.