“I prefer to be identified as black, but it does not matter one way or another. In my every day conversation I would never say I'm an African- American woman. I would always say I'm a black woman. When someone sees the color of my skin the first thing comes to their mind is she's black. The fact of the matter is I know who I am and really and truly the only time I associate myself as an African-American is when I'm checking the box next to African-American/black on a questionnaire.“
Mahasolin (Robinson) Mack was born on February 7, 1988 in Columbus, Georgia. The twenty- nine year old still resides in Columbus with her husband; Xavier Mack and three children; Zancayrie, Zakai'ya, and Xavier Junior. On top of being the best mother and wife she could be, she's also a Certified Life and Health Insurance Specialist and has a Bachelor in Health Administration. Mahasolin has endured reading since being a little girl, but really started loving it at the age of thirteen.
She decided to take her daydreaming mind and the love she had for reading and transferred it to pen and paper. She fell in love with urban fiction after reading The Bank Roll Squad by David Weaver. Towards the ending of December 2016 she began writing her first novel I Get Good Loving From A Youngin'. She signed with her first publisher under Talehia Presents in March of 2017. She has 2 published books out so far, with her third one dropping soon. Mahasolin loves helping peoples, bowling, reading, and spending time with her family and friends. She is just getting started and hopes to one day become a National Bestselling Author.
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I’m Not Heartless, I’ve Just Learned To Use My Heart Less
Maya Santos is a 9-year-old Dominican girl, who grew up living in low income housing with her 20-year-old mother, Clara. Though she didn’t have much, she had one of the biggest hearts one could ask for. She did what normal girls her age did, which was play with her baby dolls and dance on a dance team. Clara tried to keep her away from the opposite sex for obvious reasons. Clara was her biggest supporter and she’d been doing an excellent job keeping Maya away from her abuser. Until an unforeseen tragedy happens, which leads Maya to live with her abusive father.
Rico, Maya’s father, eliminated his problem almost instantly in order to mold Princess Maya. He’d been searching for her ever since she’s been born. The kind of love Rico wanted to show Maya was the same kind of love he showed her mother when she was a young girl.
Mocha had endured physical and mental abuse by her father and his amigos daily. She gained enough strength to escape the madness when one of them tried to come for her more violently. Mocha was taught at an early age to never let her body go to waste and to use what she got to get what she wants. In the act of being abused one night, she’s saved by Slim, the owner of Club Dream. Whether she knew it or not, she was his for the taking.
Mesiiah “Si” Mangram was this bright skinned, seven foot one, tatted like a fool, dread headed stallion, who every woman wanted. Growing up and losing someone so dear to his heart made him heartless. He owned a barbershop on the Southside of the city. Being used for his young body by his father’s wife was the hand he was dealt. So, having multiple women in his bed was nothing new. He found himself only caring about his son, his brother, Mon, and Nana. When he’s released from prison, he meets Maya, the emotionless, bilingual goddess.
24-year-old Destini “Desi” Coleman has always been on her own. She strips at Club Dream at night and is an on call nail tech during the day. She meets this 20-year-old named Mon and falls for him. Will a mistake on one drunken night cause her to lose Mon for good? Or will they be able to bounce back?
Vexter “Vex” Freeman is a senior and has a full ride playing basketball at any 4 year college. He’s pretty laid back and stays out of trouble. Him and his girlfriend, Briana, have been together for a year now and she’s it for him. What’s going to happen when he finds out Briana has been keeping a secret from him?
Alexis “Lexi” Bryant was abandoned by her mother at the age of sixteen and left to take care of her son alone. With her baby daddy, Migo, being locked up, she has to drop out of school. She turned to stripping and became one of the most popular dancers at Dream. Now at 22, she’s finally getting her life together, except her baby daddy gets out and all hell breaks loose. Will Lexi be able to handle what Migo is dealing with? Or will it be too much to bear?
Rain Thomas is the dead beat baby mama of Mesiiah. She’d been stripping at Dream without him knowing for the longest. Her first love, Slim, was the one she wanted, but he was in love with the one she hated the most, “Mocha.” She would do anything to be by Slim’s side. What’s going to happen when she’s blinded by his love?
Will Mocha be able to escape the hold Slim has on her and become what Mesiiah needs? Or is it too late for her to have a heart? Find out if Maya and Mesiiah can get past the years of teary eyes and broken hearts they endured growing up, in this installment of, He Was Her Blessing She Was His Wife...