Book Review: "Pink" by Marilynn Griffith


Pink isn't such a bad color after all

I wasn't sure whether I'd like this book since it appeared to be marketed to African-American females, and I'm Asian-American. Luckily I was proven wrong. "Pink" was a breezy refreshing read. The characters seemed real, not preachy or annoying and actually relatable. It was very cool to find out what goes on inside the fashion design world and how a small business operates. And it was very nice to to see the story from Flex's POV and not just assuming what he was thinking from Raya. Looking forward to reading Jade!

Pink by Marilynn Griffith is published by Revell (2006).

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