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Have We Met?

By: Camille Baker
Narrated by: Sisi Aisha Johnson
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Publisher's Summary

What if you already met the soul mate you were destined to be with? And you didn’t even know it?

After losing her best friend to cancer, Corinne’s life is in flux. She has moved back to Chicago, is considering her next career move (or temp job), and has absolutely no time to look for love - until a mysterious dating app called Met suddenly appears on her phone, and with it, an invitation for Corinne to reconnect with four missed connections from her past. One of them, Met says, is her soul mate...

Corinne doesn’t believe the app for a second, but when she very quickly finds herself with back-to-back blasts from the past, she’ll have to consider if maybe she’s wrong about it. The thing is, Corinne’s also been introduced to a really great guy outside the app’s influence. As their feelings for each other grow, Corinne has to wonder: With her apparent true love still out there, should she tap yes to the next match?

With help from a new group of friends, her loving if annoying family, and maybe a touch of fate, can Corinne come to terms with the loss she’s still reeling from, take control of her career, and find love along the way?

©2021 Camille Baker. (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: LGBTQ+

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Every buzz word or diversity group included

This book hit every topic under the sun: racially, sexually, and ability diverse friend and family groups; single parent/2 parent homes; mom's getting their groove back; Age gap romance; second time marriage; black hair tutorial; recipes; magical realism; financial planning; lack of generational wealth, etc. It felt more like a coming of age story for a girl grieving than a romance. At times I forgot that she was looking for her soulmate. The dates and romance were rushed where the other portions felt drawn out. There was a lot going on and I think this story would work for most people. The author ties all of the topics together we'll. I wanted a grown folks love story though. All of the teen like angst and failure to communicate true intentions in this story drove me crazy. It was well written. The narrator did a great job. As a good and grown woman, this just wasn't for me. Things to know: No vulgar sex included (not a plus for me, but great for others), curse words are involved

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Long time listener

This story was sweet but took to long to get to a plot. The characters and story were all over the place.

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Love and Light

This was a fun, light listen at a time when I really needed it. I liked the friend group and their dynamics and also how the author made space for people who don’t fall neatly into the heterosexual category. Also, the fact that her brother was deaf definitely added colors and layers to the story for me.

In reading some of the other reviews I've seen online (not necessarily on this platform) I see that some folks thought these parts of the story were too PC or woke or doing too much, but I challenge audiobook listeners, readers and consumers of art to open themselves up to the realities of other perspectives. We never think there are too many straight characters in a story because that is the “norm.” I do bristle when I feel like writers are checking boxes in their work to stay in tune with the times, but I didn’t feel that way listening to this. The choices felt organic to me.

I did have an issue with the believability of the app just appearing out of nowhere, but because I liked the characters it didn’t matter too much.

The story was a little predictable in places, but I truly enjoyed the journey of the Cory’s and their friends.

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overall cute story

cute book and I really enjoyed it the narrator was pretty good also what ruined it for me was the editing causes were there shouldn't be pronouns incorrect ,
kind of ruined the book.

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nice beach read

nice but predictable. good performance by reader. Will be interesting in 10 years to see how many tech references will be dated.

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The story had me zoning out and really not paying attention. I did like the idea and the love between family and friends. I guess it just wasn't for me.

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Enjoyable

This was a cute quick and enjoyable story! Yes some of the things are unrealistic but isn’t that why we read things like this. I recommend it. It’s something lighthearted to take your mind off whatever you’re going through

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something new for me

Nice to meet both Camille Baker and narrator Sisi Aisha Johnson. I enjoyed the story and the narration from a new voice. I look forward to more from the both of them.

I have a male lead this bisexual and up front about it but the new thing for me is that he finds love with our heroine, Corinne. He bring a little something more to the game for her. She has to be the one to make the decision on where it will all go. She has a hard time deciphering the new app met. Along the way she see good and bad thing about herself and her life. I love that she finds herself most of all.

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Definitely a beach read

The story was okay. Very predictable. Lots of telling instead of showing. Lots of details that the story itself didn’t need but the story was fine. No thought on the part of the reader so if you are looking for something where no thinking is involved, this story is for you.

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loved it

I really enjoyed reading this author.  I look forward to reading more books by this author in the near future.

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*Soul Searching*

Corrine is heartbroken due to the loss of her best friend who had cancer and decides to move back to Chicago. She is also searching for that one job that satisfies her. In the midst of her fog a dating app appears on her phone called Met. It claims she has 4 possible choices. They are blasts from the past and she is curious so she decides to reconnect. One of them unbeknownst to her she has already met but has no recollection. While this is going on she is introduced to Cory who is a physiotherapist and he asks if he can study at her home. She says yes and they slowly get to know each other. She likes him and it makes her question if she needs the app at all.

As time goes on Corrine makes a discovery that makes her question his suitability and the other blasts from the pasts dates don’t go well. Does she keep the app? Is there someone else out there for her? Or does she make the leap to follow her heart.

We get to know her crazy family and her close hilarious friends, while Corinne has just landed the perfect job will she have the same success with matters of the heart……..