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The Right Man

Richard Gere set the bar high for many escorts in their definition of the dream client and while the reality is altogether a different prospect, there are still some very definite characteristics that Jenna looks for in the "right" client.

Respect and manners are two key ingredients in getting the most of your time spent with her and they are also the prerequisites for ever getting a second date.

During your date with her, she will fully respect your own private life and will do everything possible to maintain a professional relationship at all times. The right client will do that also!

Explore the top three ingredients on the right and be prepared to be measured accordingly ...

Her Three "P"s

1.

Punctuality.

Jenna appreciates that your time is valuable and you should understand that hers is also. Please make sure that you arrive on time for your date and that you adhere to the agreed duration of the date.
2.

Personal Grooming.

The right man knows how to treat a lady. He understands that showing up for a date freshly bathed and nicely groomed is a show of respect and creates the best platform for a wonderful date.
3.

Professionalism.

The escort to client relationship is a professional one. While there is a distinct closeness that occurs between client and escort, there must always be a distance to separate personal from business life. She will never pry into your personal affairs and the right client also never extends himself into her personal life.

Her Different Looks

Look into yourself, Darrow, and you’ll
realize that you are a good man who will have to do bad things."....
“See. That’s what I don’t get. If I am a good man, then why do I want to do bad
things?

Pierce BrownAuthor

A young man who doesn't have the foresight to seek out the girl he wants to be with and actively pursue her, doesn't deserve her.

Coleen HouckAuthor

Any time your life is at stake and you can't find even one woman to come forward and say, 'This is a good man,' your problem isn't what kind of woman THEY are. Your problem is what kind of men YOU are

Pearl CleageAuthor