Another Vulnerable State: Let Him That Stole, Steal No More!

Another Vulnerable State: Let Him That Stole, Steal No More!

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Another Vulnerable State: Let Him That Stole, Steal No More! by Kevin Taylor Jones

This is a tale of sexual coming of age and acceptance of one's sexuality. In this book, I describe my long battle with homosexual feelings, which began when an elementary-school classmate approached me for sex. Although I dated many girls in high school and was even briefly engaged to a woman, I couldn't ignore or deny my true feelings. Soon after breaking off the engagement, I became involved with a series of men, and I have detailed my relationships with them. There was DeMarco, the alluring Latino coworker; Ovais, the Saudi college student; David, the attractive young man with whom I was stuck in an abusive relationship; and James, who introduced me to crystal meth. Each of those men exploited or hurt me. In addition to that pain, I had to deal with sexual harassment and discrimination at work during those times. The decisions I made also resulted in my forfeiting great career opportunities while personally working for Moguls. Ultimately, I formed my resolve to be dedicated to stopping myself from making harmful decisions, as those only result in stealing from myself. All my experiences are recounted in a terse, short-story, matter-of-fact fashion, which heightens the poignancy of this book. ANOTHER VULNERABLE STATE "Let Him That Stole, Steal No More!" may be of particular interest to readers who have experienced similar feelings. My tales of survival may inspire other readers, too.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781449908522
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/01/2008
Edition description: Large Print
Pages: 236
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)

About the Author

Name: Kevin Taylor Jones Nickname: Kemet D.O.B: 12/29/1969 P.O.B: Hartford, Connecticut Race: African-American Net Worth: $1.8 million Orientation: Homosexual Profession: Executive/Personal Assistant Residences: The State of Florida and Nevada

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Another Vulnerable State: Let Him That Stole, Steal No More! 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
1LuckyDogAL More than 1 year ago
Me and my wife read this book; we now somewhat understand our son's feelings towards other men, WOW!
MadamManhattan4U More than 1 year ago
After reading about Kevin's (Kemet's) life, unfortunately for him it appears he never had a lover whom truly loved him... they loved the love, care, and things he provided them! : (
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once I picked this book I was unable to put it down until I had reached the end. It captivated my interest from the first page and held it until the end and left me wanting to know more about Kevin ~ aka Kemet ~
Anonymous 10 months ago
I'm not gay at all; however, this book held my interest since it shows homosexuals goes through the same situations heterosexuals do!
VictoriaTAlexander More than 1 year ago
Great way to introduce people to the Law of Attraction and how it affects their lives.
timeout4fun More than 1 year ago
"I enjoyed this book, and it contains some good advice and was entertaining. Nothing that really hit home and stuck with me, but a solid read."
veryopenminded2 More than 1 year ago
Very good and raw story!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Obviously Alex Wargo Junior is a jilted ex-lover of Kevin Taylor Jones... I have read Kevin's books and believe he writes from the heart. I am an unbiased customer and felt I should give my point of view, especially after reading Mr. Wargo's rant!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book wasn't what I expected it to be... it grab my attention in a personal way, as if this story was about my struggles in life.  It appears to had been a personal journal of Kevin Taylor Jones.  I enjoyed the experience of the read... well done!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A must read... why isn't Another Vulnerable State: Let Him That Stole, Steal No More! on the New York Times Bestseller List?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
By Alex Wargo Junior: I purchased this self-indulgent , fairytale version of the truth in print form after meeting and dating the author in Key West, Florida . I was staying at a Waldorf-Astoria property with my coworker and father, who happens to be a Medical Dr. The gentleman working the front desk night audit checked us in, it was slightly after midnight and shortly after there was knocking on the hotel room door. Tired and preparing to retire for the evening, traveling with my 65+ y/o father, we were surprised that it was the same employee. Apparently, taking interest in one of us, he asked to come into the room or if I would like to take him personally in my vehicle and go out for the evening for drinks. Clearly upset with my reply/decline. I decided to speak with him upon our return from the medical conference but he refused to talk. I believe that all was settled until driving home to SE FL, I received a phone call that he quit his job and intending to procure employment in the town which I live, asking to stay in my home! We have all been through trials and tribulations, but this was way too odd; however, I agreed to his request. I was simply told lies, and that is what this book is... either way, the read is mediocre & chock full of 'woe is me' speak. I recently took an additional trip to the Keys and while on Duval Street, I ran into him again! He is now jobless, claiming to be penniless, boastful about his 'mooching' from a new lover, he asked for a ride and took cash ($180) and other items (clothing) from my vehicle, strange since his personal net worth is $1.5mil. What does this have to do with the book(s)? Now that I've known him, the author, personally, as well as his 'family of friends', I've come to see that they are simply pawns in this older man's scam so he could make an buck using a decent ghostwriter and editor.