“Michelle is one of my 'discovered talents' via my numerous anthologies comprised of erotica from some of the strongest voices in the literary world today. Michelle has participated in many of them, her writing being so strong that I often made her stories the flagship of collections. 'The Quiet Room' was the lead-in story for Succulent: Chocolate Flava 2, which spent six weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List.
I had often wondered when Michelle would write a full-length novel. Ironically, when I asked her about it, she had several ready to roll out for publication. That was a no-brainer for me, since I am one of her biggest fans. Color Me Grey has all the trademark signatures of Michelle's writing: vivid imagery, exuberant sexuality, and nail-biting drama.”
"This isn’t your average book of girl gets into trouble and a man walks in and saves the day. This story is more like real life situations where two women want similar outcomes in life but want to take different roads to get there. One travels the road of good, while the other one definitely travels the road of evil. What makes this book really good is that you will never be able to guess what will happen next as Bridget is forced to finally open her eyes to those around her and realize that everyone isn’t your friend. This book reminds you of the old saying 'keep your friends close and your enemies closer.' The relationship between Bridget and Jade will make you wonder if you really need friends."
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Color Me Grey is a riveting debut novel by Michelle Janine Robinson. Robinson expertly tackled a rare but true medical occurrence of fraternal twins being born to two different fathers. But there is a lot more than meets the eye with this book. Readers will find that Bridget’s twins aren’t the main plot of this book and that there are some shocking revelations that will make your jaw drop. There are also some intriguing secondary characters that play a role in Bridget’s life that are an integral part of the story. Color Me Grey is full of non-stop drama and devastating secrets that will make you want to read future novels by Michelle Janine Robinson.
Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert for Urban Reviews