My Love Wasn’t Meant For You by B. Love

My Love Wasn’t Meant For You by B. Love
Publisher: Self-published
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (119 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Ginger

Mekhi Kage is every woman’s dream man. He’s suave, alpha, handsome, and wealthy. Mekhi craves control, and he likes everything to go his way. As the founder of For The People multimedia company, Mekhi is determined to put out quality content for his African American culture. So when BaddieBookBabe, an infamously tough book reviewer, gives a one star review to Mekhi’s most popular and highest paid author, he is determined to get her to remove the review… or join his team.

Because it’s best to keep your friends close and your enemies closer, right?

Jacintha Freeman, or the BaddieBookBabe as the literary industry knows her, is tough on books and even tougher on the authors that write them. She’s determined to make sure that Black people are portrayed in the brightest light and highest high in the books that are supposed to represent them. When she is recommended a book by Stone, a male author who stands for the complete opposite of what she believes in, Jacintha refuses to promote him as a noteworthy author – no matter how much Mekhi tries to get her to.

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When Mekhi offers Jacintha a job as his Top Critic, she is skeptical to accept, but does so with the intent of making the industry she loves better. As time progresses, enemies become lovers who turn to enemies and lovers all over again. Promises are made, secrets are kept, and reputations are destroyed. It comes as no surprise to anyone when their professional relationship turns personal, but will their love be able to stand when it wasn’t meant for each other to begin with?

Not only a one night stand but a whole lot more. I’m not a reader who cares for quick romances or a rushed relationship, but the appeal between Mekhi Kage, founder of For The People multimedia company and BaddieBookBabe, an infamously tough book reviewer also known as Jacintha Freeman felt real.

I enjoyed the plot. The author took something that’s probably common and whipped it into a love story. Mekhi is a business man who takes pride in the authors and the stories that his company publishes. He’s looking to please BaddieBookBabe so that his authors will have a shot at the New York Times Bestseller list. Mekhi is in for a surprise as he reaches out to her.

I enjoyed how Mekhi and Jacintha evolved. He had an open mind to listen. He gave respect for her craft and her audience. Their relationship was quick. If I had a one night stand this is how I would want it to turn out. For a tough guy who it seems had no future of having any type of serious relationship Mekhi not only spoke but gave action behind his feelings for Jacintha. It was refreshing to see such a sweet budding relationship develop and grow between Mekhi and Jacintha.

The title of the book doesn’t really go with the story. After finishing the book I’m replaying it in my mind to see where the title ties in. While reading the book I couldn’t help but wonder would a author or publishing company reach out to book reviewers to ask that they stifle their voice in giving a bad review? And would a negative review have such a negative impact to discourage others from reading it? I believe everyone is entitled to their own opinion and what one person doesn’t like I may like it and the same goes for a book that I may love and write a raving review about, someone else may not like it.

I enjoyed the characters. Even though the characters didn’t have a full back story, they were likable. I am curious to know more about Mekhi and Jacintha and how they both became who they are in their careers. Mekhi’s history with Karin, the critic for the literary division of For the People, sounds like it would be a good story to read about. I liked that Jacintha went to her mother after she over heard the conversation between Karin and Mekhi. Her mother gave her sound advise that made Jacintha think and see things a different way. That was a sweet mother-daughter moment.

This is a well written and creative read. No real surprise ending but readers will still want to know how the story ends.

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