Smashing a Chicago Savage
When smashing a Chicago savage; can that be a good or bad thing?
Forever wasn't looking for love after catching her cheating boyfriend Alvin with his manhood in another cookie jar yet again, and love wasn't for her. Well, that is until Messiah came into the picture. Messiah was paper chasing, and paper chasing hard. Money was his only motivation until Forever comes along. Now this savage will stop at nothing to show her heart that all hustlers ain't the same. Will he succeed or fail?
Angel knew the risk of falling in love with Alvin, but the heart wants what the heart shouldn't be able to want. Alvin made it clear that Forever was his true love; he just loves women and the set of lips they have below. When he finds out that Forever-his property gave his loving away, death would be creeping up like a bad storm, coming to destroy all in its path. Will wanting something that no longer belongs to you be worth it?
Isis and Melech have been hiding their relationship at work due to office policies and regulations, but in the bedroom and on the streets these two are very friendly. Isis knows in her heart that Melech was the one she belonged with until the end of time, and the feeling was mutual. That is until Melech's past comes back at full speed to destroy them and their happily ever after. How will she be able to handle the lies and betrayal?
Micah has been in a rocky relationship with his girlfriend Selena since they started dating. He's ready for something more; family, minivan, the whole nine. But young Selena is still blaming her age for her actions and reasons for not wanting to settle down. Age clearly was just a number when they became one. Now, will Selena continue to use her age as a stool causing Micah to find his wife in another or will she finally open her eyes and see that even with the age difference love is what you make it before it's too late?
With four different relationships; four different outcomes, how would they handle the aftermath?
**FORMALLY KNOWN AS "WHEN BAE IS A SAVAGE" **
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