Color Me Grey

Color Me Grey Librarian Note This is an alternate cover edition for ISBN Meet Alexis Stanton a petite young woman with a yen for adventure She grew up as a tomboy wishing she could have all th

  • Title: Color Me Grey
  • Author: J.C. Phelps
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 180
  • Format: ebook
  • Librarian Note This is an alternate cover edition for ISBN 13 2940011063657.Meet Alexis Stanton, a 5 4 petite young woman with a yen for adventure She grew up as a tomboy wishing she could have all the adventures boys could have She has since decided that being a boy instead of a girl has its advantages, but being a woman is much better She finds that job she couldLibrarian Note This is an alternate cover edition for ISBN 13 2940011063657.Meet Alexis Stanton, a 5 4 petite young woman with a yen for adventure She grew up as a tomboy wishing she could have all the adventures boys could have She has since decided that being a boy instead of a girl has its advantages, but being a woman is much better She finds that job she could just die for and it looks like she just might

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    1. Very cool heroine a lady James Bond. Great story idea and basis for a series and I enjoyed it mostly. However, the writing is just a bit too simple I loathe unneccessary descriptions, but there has to be some Instead the writing was like this:"I woke up on the couch the next morning and readied myself for another day at the gym. Once there, I finished off the rest of the crew waiting to get in their shots and then Mr. Black and I worked out together the rest of the day."One entire day summed up [...]

    2. I started reading "Color Me Grey" late one night as I was supposed to be falling asleep. This was a mistake. I liked the character of Alexis immediately. Despite her unconventional and privileged upbringing (which could easily have had the opposite effect) she had an attitude and style I loved. She has a passion to experience life that most of us lack. She is always thirsting for knowledge, a quality very few people have. One thing that really stuck with me, since it hit close to home, was when [...]

    3. This as an absolute blast to read. Could not put it down ! Great characters with an awesome story line makes this a must read. Daughter of well to do parents has learned many things as she’s grown up. She applies for a job and turns out to be an awesome member of a Special group.

    4. Oh my! Alexis Stanton. Only a privileged angsty twenty-something would brag about living off mommy and daddy, quit her job, and go apply for another one without a clue as to what the company does or what the job entails, but that's the sort of story you are in for when you pick up Color Me Grey, a Bondesque coming of age story. The Alex Stanton chronicles are slated to be a series of books, so in this, the first one, we get a lot of expository background info straight away so we can get to know [...]

    5. Review originally published at Wow. 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 anything.” Alex is up to doing anything too – anything from rappelling down a hill to swimming several miles in clothing and boots. You GO, Alexis!!!Yes, Alexis comes from a privileged and yet unconven [...]

    6. I have always been “that girl.” You know… the one that when she gets bored wants to jump off of, or out of something. The need for adrenaline has been rushing through my blood since I was a child and even though, with age, I have had to tone down my actions (for the sake of my small children) I still feel this constant need to challenge myself, prove that I can do anything, and more importantly… do it better than a man.Alexis, the tuff as nails, lead in “Color Me Grey” is also an adr [...]

    7. J.C. Phelps’ Color Me Grey is the first of a three-book series about Alexis Stanton, a spoiled rich girl who decides to trade in her easy life as a data processor living off Mom & Dad for one of action and adventure, by embarking on a new career with a mysterious company where everyone is code-named a color–Mr. Black, Mr. White, Mr. Red. Alexis, code-named Ms. Grey, is the first woman to join this team of highly trained professionals and quickly shows up the men with her skill, daring, a [...]

    8. 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 Alex. I then was able to enjoy the kick-ass stance of a 5'4" woman who is as tough as the boys and sometimes even better. She has a lot to learn, but shows that she is up to the task no matter what is t [...]

    9. I am basing my review solely on story-line. While the e-book (not sure how the paperback fared) could definitely use some more editing in parts of the novel, that did not at all take away from my thorough enjoyment of the book. I absolutely loved what Phelps did here. In the first of the Alexis Stanton Chronicles, we meet a well-to-do twenty-something that has everything she needs or could ever want. Bored by her data processing job, she up and quits and walks into an interview where she has no [...]

    10. Author J C Phelphs has created a marvelously fast-paced adventure with the petite MC Alexis Stanton a package of 5'4" dynamite, with long straight hair and a serious attitude if you cross her.Alexis has a very interesting background including special services trainingPrivate yet. A wealthy and connected family, with an Admiral for a daddy. Alexis has to draw her own conclusions on just what it is daddy does for the government. Her inherited sense of adventure send her on an interview for a mos [...]

    11. I have had this book for so long and I finally got around to reading it at the author's request. What a great read! I loved the character of Alexis (Alex). She is a strong, somewhat independent (she does live off an allowance from her parents after all) character that doesn't give up even when the going gets tough. She is able to keep up with the big boys with no problem. Even when she is in pain and hurting, she refuses to show any weakness. I wasn't sure if I would like a girl spy story, but i [...]

    12. I thought this was so much fun. It reminded me of the USA Network television series, COVERT AFFAIRS, but better. I would much prefer to see this on television than that show. I love how Alex is tough, but smart enough to learn and know when she doesn't know something.I don't want to give away any of the story, but I have to say the part that is slow and didn't interest me, was the set up to saving her father. I just found myself skipping paragraph's trying to get to the good stuff. But for the m [...]

    13. Color Me Grey is told from first person point of view, and I think it was done well, and usually the only time I read books like this is in college English lit. classes(the female character in 1st person point of view). Alexis Stanton becomes a secret agent of sorts, with the nickname of Ms. Grey. She tells how she gets recruited, then her training, and then a crucial mission that she participates in that has a lot of personal meaning for her. I thought it was a very creative novel.

    14. Alexis Stanton Series Book #1I got this as a kindle freebie. One of the really good ones! I liked the characters and the concept. There wasn't too much dialogue, it was more description of what's around and what's going through character's heads. It was a fun, fast read. I would definitely read more of this series and see how the relationships pan out and where this story goes.

    15. This is an exciting story of a girl looking for adventure. When she applies for a mysterious job, she gets a little more adventure than she bargained for. I found this story exciting from beginning to end. The attention to detail was refreshing; not too wordy. I enjoyed tagging along on Alex's adventures and look forward to continuing them in Shades of Grey.

    16. I received this book as a winning bid on freado/book buzzer. The synopsis intrigued me because as a little girl, I never wanted to be a princess -- I wanted to be an assassin and this story pretty much described some of the adventures I imagined. I look forward to reading the 2nd & 3rd books of the series. Thank you, J.C. Phelps. You have a new fan.

    17. Got this as a free book. First time for this author. Really great story line. Bored and wanting something else to do, she applies for a new job; and gets to use all of the training her Dad had her do in growing up. She also finds out she really didn't know what her Dad did in his work. Great start for the series.

    18. Enjoyed this oneI don't normally read who done it types of books. This kept me reading to find out what was going to whom & where it was going to lead them.Look forward to reading the next book.

    19. I wasn't impressed, the characters are all called by a color and it became almost annoying at times. This book came to me as a recommendation because of the humor action story well the action was there but I don't know what happened to the humor.

    20. My name is BondJane BondI think this wasba good d read ,if a little tweettle miss perfect just could not do wrong.I gave it 4 stars,then felt a bit mean so it got 5! I

    21. I got this book for free via and decided to give it a shot. But as the story went on it became increasingly dull and ultimately anti-climactic.For a spy/thriller there was quite simply no tension. There was never a sense of suspense and it never presented much conflict beyond the protagonist's infatuation with her boss. If I were to sum up the plot without giving too much away (though honestly there isn't anything to give away) I would say this: a rich girl who gets what she wants becomes a spy [...]

    22. I'm having a hard time deciding what I think about this book. There were things about it that I LOVED, but there were also some glaringly awful mistakes. I want to be supportive because I'm fairly certain that the author is self-published, but I can't recommend the book without being honest about the amount of editing it needs. I think Phelps has a really great start here, but it needs work. I love the characters so much. They remind me of Mac and Barrons from the Fever series -- books that I ad [...]

    23. Kindle edition published by author, Color Me Grey: 978-0981769004, Shades of Grey: 978-0981769011, Reflections of Grey: 978-0981769028.Self-published. That's what my first thought was when I looked at the cover of The Alexis Stanton Chronicles on 's Kindle store. But the blurb sounded interesting so I downloaded it. And read it. And LIKED it. If I sound surprised it's because I read a lot of self-published books (mostly because they're free and have good blurbs or titles) and rarely like them So [...]

    24. (3.5 Stars)It's been a we since I've read a series that truly captured my interest. Most of the new books I've read have been middle of the road. Last year I downloaded quite a few free ebooks from but I never read most of them. So, I decided I would read something I already had and I decided on "Color Me Grey." Despite the ugly book cover, the concept for this book was totally unique and full of colorful charactersAlexis Stanton was homeschooled because she was so bright. Her wealthy parents i [...]

    25. 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 never been able to figure out what she wanted to do with her life. I found her to be spoiled and shallow at first, but once she got a job with a company of private mercenaries and became involved in the [...]

    26. For me, it was a little slow to get me interested but once Alex goes to White and Associates for the interview and what happens almost immediately after that, I was completely hooked.I have a Kindle Fire and was able to download the trilogy for quite a deal so I downloaded the books on the same day. If I could have had the time to read Color Me Grey in one day, I so would have done it. I kept getting interrupted, which was frustrating because the book is soo fast paced.Her first training session [...]

    27. I received a copy of this book from the author as part of a group that I belong to on . 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 extremely hard time with books that feature military characters, when the author apparently has not done their research. In the space of less than half a page, there were three glaring military errors, and because of [...]

    28. The character of Alexis Stanton is as complex as the grey of the world in which she operates. Skimming her surface reveals an only child allowed to find her own direction in life by loving, indulgent parents. But beneath the overlay is a determined woman whose natural inclinations tend toward adventure and espionage, while loving indulgence hides a hidden agenda that shapes her future.I'm an urban fantasy woman. I was passing time downloading free ebooks to read until Ilona Andrews's Kate 6 debu [...]

    29. I tried. I really did. I am not sure what some of the other reviews read, but it was clearly a different story. First, it is a 1st person narrative. That is fine, but you have to be careful with the vocabulary then. In the first chapter alone, the word "I" was used so much that eventually, it was all I saw. So right away it was irritating. Second, our main character Alex is pretty much insufferable. You can't say you are independent but still live off of mommy & daddy. And with all of the sp [...]

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