- File Size: 3769 KB
- Print Length: 130 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1696457556
- Publication Date: September 1, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07XDKZDC9
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #176,847 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
My Love Wasn't Meant For You Kindle Edition
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I had no complaints with this book. I loved the characters, and I loved their story. There wasn't much character development, but that was because we didn't start off with two broken people. We were able to see two whole people fall in love, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I liked Mehki and Cint as individuals, but loved them as a couple.
B. Love took us on a journey of more than just love. We got to see an insider-view on how she (possibly) critiques works of art. I loved Triple B's approach as a critic; some of her viewpoints mirrored my own.
I was pleased that this was a standalone. I had drifted away from B. Love's works because I am not a big fan of series, which a number of her books are. This was a great welcome back for me as a reader of her works. I would definitely recommend.
I am a hopeless romantic however and wished that Mekhi at the very least proposed marriage to Jacintha but that was a minute issue and was not a deal breaker for me.
And I say HURRAY to more standalones.
Based on the blurb, this is an “enemies to lovers” story. This is not my favorite trope but this book felt nothing like your average “enemies to lovers” story. This was something else. This was sexy af with a side of swoon. This was family and friendship. This was black excellence. This was yasssss bish!
I was hooked from the first page. The writing flowed fluently and allowed the reader to just fall into the book. The pacing was phenomenal. Again, this book was less than 150 pages. So the fact that every scene was perfectly placed says a lot about this author. I feel like I just read a 300 page book with all the feels I had. I swooned, laughed, got pissed, and swooned again.
I live for character driven stories. I felt like I knew these characters. Jacintha and Mekhi were extremely approachable and authentic. The character development that occurred in this short story was beyond. Not only did we get to know the MC’s but numerous supporting characters as well. I am in complete awe of this author’s writing. Like, wow.
This was my first read by B. Love. It will not be my last.