The Love Crush. Jagger wrestles with the kind of gushing love crush one has as a teenager over Garth, the new lifeguard from Australia

Jagger’s Revolution is a love story about a strong, bohemian, beach thug with hard coded rules of etiquette on how love and relationships should be. Jagger’s fight is one where he endures one bad date after another, while wondering if he’ll ever meet the right soul mate. Throughout his dating dalliances and crushing love frustrations, he wrestles with the kind of gushing love crush one has as a teenager over Garth, the new lifeguard from Australia. He wrestles with an immediate silent connection with him and longs to get close.

Jagger is surrounded and prompted up by his trustworthy brother in arms. They’re also known as his buddies for life who temper his unruly ego and aggression while giving him undying loyalty. There’s the preppy book smart Troy, the high-powered executive, Russell, and the sex loving and relationship hating Slade.

Jagger’s Revolution contains hard biting dating wisdom and ideals threaded throughout the essays. This is surrounded by true accounts of being slighted by love while craving a perfect soul mate partnership.

Reader Advisory Warning and Spoiler: Jagger’s Revolution is a love story which contains some sexually explicit scenarios. It is not for those with a short attention span, since one needs to exercise patience when hoping to obtain your soul mate life partner. This rules out quite a bit in this “instant me” world who demand immediate gratification. One needs to endure Jagger’s unpleasant dating situations that lead nowhere, before he eventually merges with his twin flame. In traditional love stories, the voyeur is secretly aware that the two leads will end up together, but the fun is the build up and the journey one tolerates before that happens.

The semi-autobiographical essays include: The High School Episode with Billy, Natasha: The Escort Chick, as well as Sage and The Vegas Stripper Club. Jagger finds exhaustion with several dating entanglements that includes: Caden: the Malibu Cobra, the Skaterboy, The Englishman and The Professor.

The book “Jagger’s Revolution” has been banned through the years for being too racy in some sections.   It is part of the long list of banned books or banned and challenged books in our Earth’s history.  Jagger’s Revolution is considered too hot and too idealistic for some limited views.  Jagger’s Revolution is ahead of its time.  This book is now available in paperback and kindle.  If you leave a positive review, then you will receive another Kevin Hunter book of your choice for free.  Email kevinsbeach@aol.com with the link to that review, the Kevin Hunter book you’d like, along with your shipping address”

What readers have said:

“This book rocked my soul truly. I loved it.”

“Wow! I just read “Jagger’s Revolution”. Hot! Yum! It’s almost like a jerk off reading.”

“I hate reading, but this was the first book I actually finished all the way through since High School. It was great.”

“It is hot over here and that book of yours only inflames things more.”

“Jagger’s Revolution was a beautiful story.”

“This book was making me moist. I had to put it down because I was on a plane. It was embarrassing.”

“I finished reading Jagger’s Revolution. I almost felt guilty reading some of it. I was trying to come at it from an analytical perspective, but I couldn’t help but become secretly aroused by Jagger and his friends.”

“This book sort of gave me a ‘Rebel Without a Cause” feel, but with a lot more penetration. That wasn’t a bad feeling.”

“Billy and Jagger. Hot scene. I had visuals.”

“Was impressed by the books eloquence and passion.”

~  Kevin Hunter

www.kevin-hunter.com

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Posted on October 2, 2014, in Dating (Social Customs), Dude Lit, Dude Literature, Essays, Gay, Kevin Hunter Author Writer, Los Angeles, Love and Relationships, Love/Sex/Marriage, Male Friendships, Man-Man Relationships, Men, Romance, Sex, Sex Customs, Sexuality, Social Science, Sociology, Trashy Beach Reads, Young Adults and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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