Recently, I stumbled across a novella and in four short chapters, it stole my heart and my soul. “Trump Temptation: The Billionaire & the Bellboy” is by far the greatest thing I have ever read in my life. At a reasonable $1.99 the book is a must have for any supporter of the arts or general lover of reading.
From the first paragraph, I knew that this was going to be a masterpiece, “My loins trembled as the scent of toupee adhesive and spray tan swept through my nasal cavity.” The author spared no expense writing this and dove deep into the relationship that Donald must have with all of his employees.
The book does an amazing job of getting every detail of the Trump correct, from head to toe and then some. He reveals Donald’s true form, not as the “golden god,” but as a man with an appetite for success and bellboys. At age 69 however, Donald is in his prime and has “a chest that would give Betty White a run for her money.”
The book describes a relationship between Donald Trump, who has an ass like a “mouthwatering stack of pancakes in his pants,” and a lonely bellboy, who was in for a big surprise. “My hunger for pancakes had never been stronger,” a subtle line from the reading which lets you know which direction the author is heading with the plot. He, the author, has a twist just as the bellboy and The Donald meet for their first date, right as the third chapter ends. Just like that, a twist that only the truest Donald Trump fans would expect unfolds and the bellboy is in for a shock.
I’m not going to ruin the ending to such a great read for you, but I will say that chapter four is titled “Bet You Didn’t Fucking Expect That.” The author leaves us on the cliffhanger of the century with “The End… Or is it?”
Check out some of the best quotes from this beautiful novella here.
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