I truly wish i didn't have to write a negative review. Not only that, it’s a negative report about one of the stars of Necastle. A working girl with a reputation for being reliable. It's not even about a visit. It's a review of a visit that didn't happen. This is how it went. On your (collective) advice, I booked a duo with Honey and Jade (from AW). I know from experience that, after about half an hour, I often don’t really feel like it anymore, so my plan was ½ an hour with Honey, and then Jade should join us to fan the flames for the finale so to speak. That was arranged a month in advance because, from this forum, I knew that bookings with Honey can be hard to come by. Comms were very friendly. A day in advance, I sent a text to confirm.
So, it came the time. Showered, shaved, best shirt, cleaned teeth, again, just to be sure, swallowed a viagra tab (you young blokes are laughing now, but I use it for ‘insurance’), and into the taxi. Feeling good. Got the driver to take me to the next street for discretion, and after a minute or two on foot, found myself in a residential street in Jesmond on a cold Newcastle night. I was 15 minutes early, but called anyway. The phone rang out. No answer. Okay. No big deal. I’m early. I sent a text to say that I was in the neighbourhood. 5 minutes out, I called again. This time the phone had been turned off. I guessed Honey must be busy, so waited until our agreed time. Rang again. Phone still off. Okay, now I’m worried. Phoned about 5 more times over the next 15 minutes, and sent a text. No answer! Last call attempt was 20 minutes after our agreed time, and I was starting to get really cold. So, there I was. A pocket full of cash in the middle of nowhere. What now?
I set off on foot back to the centre of town where I was staying. First problem, I had no idea which direction, but eventually found a sign that pointed me in the right direction. I was feeling quite crabby by this stage. See my review of antonia for part 2 of the evening.
I politely mailed Honey on AW to ask about what went wrong. My mail hasn’t been read and I still have no idea. My guess is that I got bumped for a regular client, and I could have understood that, but it would have made it less irritating if she'd picked up the phone and told me.