Michelle Janine Robinson -
Color Me Grey -
Available Now! -
5 out of 5 books -
Bridget Grey has had a terrible childhood being in the foster care system with her best friend Jade at her side. Bridget marries the man of her dreams, and she’s pregnant with twins. Everything seems fine until one of the babies is born black and the other one is born white. What makes it worse is that Bridget’s husband is black. How can this be? Bridget’s life is spinning out of control and she confides in Jade. But can Jade be trusted?
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
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