A Gigolo Working in Asia Spills His Secrets In This Scorching Tell-All
What does it take to succeed in the oldest profession in the world, the one that offers love or, more specifically, the service of love? You need to be “tall and muscular, dark-haired and olive-skinned, with a charming smile.” It would also be of great advantage if you really love women—all kinds of women. Raoul Rossetti, an Italian gigolo who now works in the various capitals of Asia, share these and more in the new tell-all, An Italian Gigolo in the City.
Spilling ink to record his unconventional life story, the gigolo reveals how a man falls into this line of work: While vacationing in Corsica, a 19-year-old Rossetti met an older blond who swept him up in a haze of sightseeing and lovemaking. After five days of boats and beds, he woke up alone in her cabin to find $15,000. The experience opened his eyes to another possibility—away from the factory work of his family’s business and into the arms of women who need and want pleasure.
An Italian Gigolo in the City
A career in escorting led him to Asia, where he now lives and works, offering sex to virgins, seducers, mistresses, and more. In the book, Rossetti furthers describes the four kinds of women he’s had dalliances with: There are the escapist Ritas, who are divorced and separated, the successful Amandas, who are too busy for sex, the young Laras, who “treats herself with a night with me,” and the married Pamelas, who look to fulfill particular needs discreetly very carefully.
Though Gigolo, published by Summit Books, talks about sex (fetish, role play, GFE, BDSM), it is not just about sex. Apart from detailing sizzling encounters with different women, from Katrin to Blessica, Eve to Olga, Rossetti also shares what he has learned about the fairer sex: that women seek, above all, a mental connection or, really, a momentary fantasy of a comforting bond.
The gigolo gladly provides this. “A night with me comes with a price tag,” he writes. “I assure you, it’s worth every cent.” And at $1,000 per night, it’s not a bad gig at all.
An Italian Gigolo in the City is now available at popfictionbooks.com.