Jagger’s Revolution. The Summer Trashy Beach Read by Kevin Hunter.
Posted by Kevin Hunter
Jagger’s Revolution is a modern day love story about a tough beach thug on a hunt to conquer his love crush. Take a journey with Jagger through his dating dalliances and crushing love frustrations. He is surrounded by his colorful friends: The preppy book smart Troy, the high powered executive, Russell, and the sex loving and relationship hating Slade.
Dive into Jagger’s early years in a series of autobiographical essays revolving around the author’s love life including: The Five Year Old Incident, The High School Episode with Billy, Natasha: The Escort Chick, The Drug Conquest, Sage and The Vegas Stripper Club and Jagger’s Break as a Sex Columnist. Jagger is the alter ego of the author and he finds exhaustion with several dating entanglements that includes: Caden: the Malibu Cobra, the Skaterboy, The Englishman and The Professor.
All throughout his love, dating and sex scenarios, Jagger experiences the kind of crush and love 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’s Revolution contains hard biting dating wisdom surrounded by true accounts of being slighted by love while craving for that perfect mate. If Jagger develops the courage to go for it, then he just might get his wish with his lifeguard dude in the end.
Reader Advisory Warning: “Jagger’s Revolution” contains some sexually graphic and explicit content.
Jagger’s Revolution is available in paperback and kindle wherever most books are sold.
What readers have said about “Jagger’s Revolution”:
“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.”
“This book rocked my soul truly. I loved it.”
“It is hot over here and that book of yours only inflames things more.”
“This book was making me moist. I had to put it down because I was on a plane. It was embarrassing.”
“Jagger’s Revolution was a beautiful story.”
“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.”
“I love Jagger tearing around the corner. That guy is so hot. I want one.”
“I read your book and I get hard, then I get flaccid, then hard again. You say something that makes you stop and think, then it switches gears and I get hard again.”
“Eww you have sex with girls in your book. Yuck! But the Billy sex! Mmm! Instant hard on reading.”
“I read your book and it was really good by the way.”
“Wow Jagger’s Revolution was kind of a gay book, but with a sex and the city edge. Loved it!”
“Crawling under the sheets is an expression loosely used to describe that instance where you bare all, but you took it one step further with this book.”
“Nice transition at the coffee shop into Slade. I heard the voicemail beep and it was Slade. I had to read to find out who he is!!”
“Love your book!! Awesome erotic stuff 🙂 but you probably get that a lot.”
“Was impressed by the books eloquence and passion.”
“When you say gay friendships missing morality and loyalty. Kevin you are right I agree.”
“Billy and Jagger. Hot scene Kevin. I had visuals”
Empowerment, inspirational and self-help books by Kevin Hunter
are available in paperback and kindle wherever books are sold.
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Posted on July 7, 2015, in Beach Life, Dating (Social Customs), Dude Lit, Dude Literature, entertainment, Gay, Kevin Hunter, Kevin Hunter Author Writer, Love and Relationships, Love/Sex/Marriage, Sex, Sexuality, Trashy Beach Reads and tagged Beach, Beach Life, crushes, Erotica, Gay love, Gay love stories, Love & Romance, Love and Relationships, love crushes, Man-Man Relationships, Trashy Beach Reads. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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