But first impressions can be deceptive; Dave is a highly unusual tradesman with an odd line in biscuit-based philosophy, an open-minded approach to sex, and a cast-iron certificate in unblocking all sorts of pipes.
When Dave decides that it’s long past time for Stephen to unclog years of fear and insecurity, Stephen may finally discover who he really is.
A laugh-out-loud gay romantic comedy and treatise on class dynamics.
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.
What Readers Have Said:
“This book rocked my soul truly. I loved it.” - A Reader
“Wow! I just read “Jagger’s Revolution”. Hot! Yum! It’s almost like a jerk off reading.” - A Reader
"I hate reading, but this was the first book I actually finished all the way through since High School. It was great." - A Reader
“It is hot over here and that book of yours only inflames things more.” - A Reader
"Jagger’s Revolution was a beautiful story.” - A Reader
“This book was making me moist. I had to put it down because I was on a plane. It was embarrassing.” - A Reader
"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.” - A Reader
“This book sort of gave me a 'Rebel Without a Cause" feel, but with a lot more penetration. That wasn't a bad feeling." - A Reader
"Billy and Jagger. Hot scene. I had visuals." - A Reader
"Was impressed by the books eloquence and passion." - A Reader
"I have read Jagger’s Revolution and man was it a ride! It had little snippets of different genres, some romance, some erotica, some drama, some spiritual, and some suspense. The trajectory of the author's personality was evident in this novel. I am extremely fond of the chapter with Sage, because it was so magical yet heartbreaking. Jagger and Sage were so good for each other, but now it can never be! I was really heartbroken by that. The chapter about the borderline bipolar sufferer who Jagger broke up with over text really pissed me off, because Jagger wasted so much time and energy on that guy. But the tension between Jagger and Garth is something I can relate too. Against all odds they finally meet after so much anticipation! It took me 24 hours to finish this book and I was intrigued every second." - A Reader
The torches set into the thick stone walls of the castle would be lit, the evening bells would toll—then Lord Callum would release his riders, led by his brother Oleander, an alabaster, screeching creature of nightmares; thundering through the night as he collected his victims.
After one of Oleander's raids unexpectedly breaches the walls of the village, Laramie finds himself face to face with Lord Callum—a dark, majestic beast like none he has ever seen before.
His first glimpse of Lord Callum sets his heart racing, partially out of fear, but mostly out of fascination—and something else, and Callum takes note of that, pleased to have found his next plaything.
What readers are saying:
"This is a very different take on the usual romantic, vampire story. It portrays them in the way that we expect 'real' vampires to behave, living as blood thirsty, lethal killers who view humans as prey. Despite being monsters, these guys can be capable of normal human emotions, they form attachments and fall in love. What makes this different, is the way that vampires of such standing were easily manipulated by their prey and could even be submissive to them once that bond had been formed. This isn't all lovey, dovey. It's gruesome with death for entertainment purposes, copious amounts of blood being consumed, bodies strewn around and a community of people who have been captured and await their fate. The sex scenes aren't too shabby either. I really enjoyed it and can't wait to read the next instalment."
"I personally just finished this book last night,and frankly I can't get enough of it. What a magnificent and disgusting person Callum was,but still such a dark sexy character... I loved this book, it was well written and I had great difficulty putting it down. I truly cannot wait for the sequel to come out. I'm curious on how the author will continue Timothy and Oleander's evolving relationship, and where the story will take us next, will it stay in the castle or continue in Drumceda. Can't wait to find out!!!!"
"This is an unusual vampire story that doesn't flinch from portraying vampires as bloodthirsty monsters yet still managed to make me feel sympathetic towards the main character. I am going to have to look for more Drakker Coven books to find out what happens next and if the nasty vampire gets his come-uppence."
"It should have come with a bigger warning label than "these vampires do not sparkle". Seriously, it was so disturbing. I'm giving the author props for going there and putting a lot of gore and darkness in the story, but I had to force myself to finish it. I was like a deer caught in the headlights, I wanted to run, but I couldn't. lol."
Content Information: This book contains graphic depictions of male/male sexual practices, graphic horror scenes and language, and other content that some readers may find objectionable.
*Please note that this story contains very explicit descriptions of erotic and sexual situations written in part for extreme genital arousal which will lead to self-pleasure. Mature readers only.
Free, twink, escort,
hollywood, voyeurism, may/december, hung, porn, erotica
Order a gourmet coffee, strap in and enjoy the sultry read!
(X) ADULT TOPICS (X) GAY ROMANCE (X) HOMOEROTIC (X) CAFFÈ LATTE
Warning: This novel is a gay romance set in West Hollywood (WeHo) and includes graphic language, two explicit sexual scenes, and adult situations.
What readers say:
"Loved the romance and the Yeats!"
"Hyper sexy over-drive... I laughed so much, liked the prose, couldn't stop reading.”
"You should call this Caffè Laugh-ey. It's that funny. Seriously.”