J.C. Phelps has been writing since she can remember. But The Alexis Stanton Chronicles have been the most enjoyable works she's written. Color Me Grey, the first book in the series, introduces the characters she has come to love. Shades of Grey and Reflections of Grey continue with the same characters and were equally as fun to write.
J.C. is currently working on another in the Alexis Stanton Chronicles.
Nursing White back to health for the past two months has prevented Grey from taking on any new projects. She's more than ready to get back to work when White offers her a simple surveillance job.
The basic op turns up something from the past, putting extra pressure on White, and cutting Alex off the elite need-to-know list.
Everyone has secrets, but some are more guarded than others.
Alexis Stanton returns as Ms. Grey, to take on her first undercover job. Working with White and Associates is everything she dreamed it would be and more. Adventure, training and excitement abound. But what it ultimately leads to might not be what she expects. Follow along as she learns the truth about the people around her as well as her own past and future.
Alex is a partner in a company she knows nothing about. Along with her job she has a new name and a whole new set of rules to live by. Now known as Ms. Grey, she realizes she even prefers that to Alex. One thing leads to another when she takes on a routine case. A legendary sniper known only as Penumbra, becomes her main focus. Can she unravel Penumbra's true identity and should she?
...exciting, highly paid position for person with specialized training...
Recently unemployed after quitting a boring office job, Alexis Stanton finds a mysterious ad in the help wanted section that might prove to be the answer to her desire for excitement and adventure.
After an intense application process, including actually fighting with her competition, she gets the job of her dreams.
I just finished reading The Usurper and enjoyed the book. I love the concept of this book and the ending caught me totally off guard. The Usurper is a quick read. There are many correlations with the real world that most of us can relate to. If only they had turned out differently. The book smacks of conspiracy theories. Who knows, this book could possibly be one of those that, in a few years, will make us wonder, "How did the author get so close to the truth?"