A Rainy Day on Wall Street: Trump Wins Election by John Sealey
This is sensual and erotic story of contemporary themes set on Wall Street and Greenwich Village, exploring romance, sexuality, materialism, self-liberation, that delves into lives of two richly layered characters from opposite ends of the political spectrum, taking place during the Presidential election with all the hopes and fears of what Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton might or might not do if elected. Jessica is English and talks with a slight cockney accent. She is in her early twenties, attractive with a sexy cheeky face. Her mother is English, her father American. Matt Jarratt in his early forties, handsome, is married to Audrey who is very house proud, keeping the house spotless and clinical to the point it is almost impossible to feel comfortable in. Matt is a partner in her father’s financial management company that has prestige offices on Wall Street. Matt is also being groomed as a potential Republican candidate for the Senate. Jessica with a group of other disgruntled friends joins the protestors already demonstrating on Wall Street against corporate greed, and the banking system. It begins to rain. Jessica and her friends seek shelter in one of the plush prestige office buildings. The security, immediately try to evict them. One of the security guards chases after Jessica managing to grab her by the ankle. She falls just as Matt comes out of the elevator. Fearful she could sue the company for injury offers her a lift to wherever she lives. She accepts, providing he also gives her friends a lift to Greenwich Village. Dropping Jessica off last, she invites Matt up, but he is uneasy as he has to get home for a dinner engagement. Jessica manages to persuade him, but he is unnerved by the rundown apartment together with her frank and outrageous behavior. However fascinated by her and searches her out in the thrifty store she runs. He invites her to lunch at his exclusive Stock Broker club where she continues to behave outrageously. Enamored with her, he agrees to work out some excuse to spend the weekend with her. Expecting a weekend of unbridled sex, but is disappointed to discover they are going on another demonstration. Caught up in the melee, he and Jessica are arrested. Matt’s father in law, furious at the damage it could do to the firm’s reputation, tells Matt his partnership is now under threat as is his political aspirations. Jessica takes Matt on a tour of the run down districts of Greenwich Village where the homeless are sleeping in derelict buildings and cardboard boxes. It has such a dramatic effect on Matt that it begins to change his outlook on life. Matt is suddenly discovering a new life, and as the intriguing erotic romantic saga progresses Jessica manages to change Matt’s views on many aspects of corporate greed, banks, politics, the homeless, although without realizing it, her own views are also changing. There are many comical, romantic and erotic situations before these two characters sort out their lives during the run up to Trump winning election.
Publisher: New Haven Publishing Ltd