Meet Raya Joseph, the creative head designer at an up-and-coming new fashion design firm. Like employees of any fledgling company, Raya and her fellow designers face a variety of challenges--especially when it comes to bringing in business. So when they are hired to design a million-dollar wedding gown, these talented and animated designers are thrilled. But there's one catch. The new customer is the woman who stole Raya's fiancé.
Meanwhile, Flex Dunham, an athletic trainer who coaches a charity basketball team, needs team uniforms and soon finds himself in Raya's shop. Raya hasn't looked at a man since her engagement fiasco, so when Flex walks into her office, things get a little complicated.
The entertaining first novel in the Shades of Style series, Pink offers a perfect mix of likeable characters, sweet drama, humor, and a little bit of romance.
"Marilynn Griffith is a fresh voice in Christian fiction. Her funny, breezy style is sure to take the market by storm!"--Tracey Bateman, author, Reasonable Doubt
"From beginning to end, you can't help but see the hand of God ministering through Marilynn Griffith's work."--Vanessa Davis Griggs, author, Wings of Grace
"Marilynn Griffith digs deep inside to write a novel about everyday people who love the Lord."--LaShaunda C. Hoffman, editor, Shades of Romance Magazine
"With poetic description and compelling storytelling, Marilynn Griffith delights readers with every sentence."--Stephanie Perry Moore, author, A Lova' Like No Otha'
"Looking for a sassy, engaging read that keeps you turning pages and recalling your faith? Look no further. Marilynn Griffith won't disappoint."--Stacy Hawkins Adams, author, Speak to My Heart
"Marilynn Griffith's writing makes the five senses come alive. Her writing makes you taste color, smell love, hear hearts, see purpose, and touch God's truth in every word and phrase. She a master storyteller!"--Gail M. Hayes, Ph.D., author, Daughters of the King
"In a dizzy world of fashion, hard bodies, and romantic tangles, Pink exposes a basic truth: when we hide our true selves from others because we don't want to get hurt, we get hurt anyway--and others do too. Author Marilyn Griffith struggles with the risk of vulnerability and its bottom line: learning to be honest with others--and ourselves."--Neta Jackson, author, The Yada Yada Prayer Group
"Griffith's debut Shades of Style series features four women in the fashion industry: Raya, Chenille, Lily, and Jean. The women fight to save their struggling business and learn some important lessons about people, life, and faith.--Library Journal
"The first volume in the Shades of Style series combines multicultural characters with heartache, drama, humor, and romance."--Charisma