Color Me Grey
...exciting, highly paid position for person with specialized training...Recently unemployed after quitting a boring office job, Alexis Stanton finds a mysterious ad in the help wanted section that might prove to be the answer to her desire for excitement and adventure.After an intense... show more
...exciting, highly paid position for person with specialized training...Recently unemployed after quitting a boring office job, Alexis Stanton finds a mysterious ad in the help wanted section that might prove to be the answer to her desire for excitement and adventure.After an intense application process, including actually fighting with her competition, she gets the job of her dreams.But is it going to kill her?
Publish date: 2008-01-01
Publisher: NewPub Binding
Pages no: 147
Edition language: English
Review originally published at Amazon.comWow. Some of you “reviewers” are really incredibly snotty, aren't you? OK, there are some spelling errors. Take a grammar pill, people! Much like Alex says, “Reading is a habit of mine, not a hobby, but a habit. It seems I just can't get enough. I will read a...
This book was ok to me..I felt the story line was young, so it had a really difficult time keeping my attention. I also thought it went from drama scenes to drama scenes a bit too much. It was a short read though, so once I really sat down with it, I did get through it quickly.
This book was billed as a romantic suspense book, although the synopsis made it sound more like a political thriller. As a result, I was not sure what to expect. What I found as I read it was a good thriller with an interesting story line. The main character, Alex Stanton, is a rich girl who has ...
I received a copy of this book from the author as part of a group that I belong to on Goodreads.com. When I first started it, the premise quickly drew my attention and I was looking forward to an exciting read, until chapter three. Now, this is probably just me, but being in the Navy, I have an ex...
This book is told entirely from Alexis's POV. And I have to admit at first it actually buffered me from the character of Alex. As she interacted with her friend (namely Colin) and started her adventure with a new possible job, the buffer disappeared. That's when I really got into the character of Al...
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