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    Who handled whom?

    James "Cain" Allen meets Tessa "Lincoln" Todd as he helps on her music video. She is a famous rock star with a bored and lonely attitude. He is a hard working college kid who is trying to find his father's killer. Lincoln tells Cain she wants to run away and have a break. He talks her into being responsible and finishing her video shoot. Then, her manager pays him to talk her into the rest of her schedule. She wants to cancel her tour, and invites Cain along or she won't go. European tour aside, Cain needs the money for his family. He decides to go with her. She think he is only there for the money, but he truly wants Lincoln to be okay. Her manager does not screen those he hires for her very well, it seems. Cain is in the middle of dueling biker gangs. Has a baby sister who needs him at home, and Lincoln is very needy about wanting him to leave her. They end up being photographed around Paris, and now the biker gangs are in Europe trying to kill him. To save everyone, Cain must find a way to solve the outcome and keep everyone safe. To keep himself safe from Lincoln, he tells her he still has a girlfriend. Will the hassles never end? There is so much to do and too little time to do it in. Very clever story with a lot going on. Tons of surprises and a genuine romance brewing in the middle. Character development was a bit slow, but I enjoyed the journey. ***This ARC copy was given free from and its publisher, for review purposes. My honest opinion is my own and does not reflect Netgalley, nor its affiliates.
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    An innocent story of youngsters trying to survive

    Cain Allen is under the protection of the Noir et Blue biker club while he waits for the 2 men who killed his father and set his mother and home on fire, to go on trial. The only problem is the third one escaped before he could be arrested and is still on the loose and Cain is the only one who can identify him. Burdened with growing expenses and hospital bills, Cain is working odd jobs to make some money. When he is offered a huge sum to "handle" superstar Lincoln Todd on a European tour, there aren't many reasons he can come up with to refuse the job. But when his feelings for Lincloln, and persistent paparazzi stalkings becomes public knowledge, it puts them both is danger because now everyone including his father's murderer knows where they are. This is a very sweet story, with a lot of heartbreak but a happy ending. I would say it is suitable for teenaged readers though it does have some suggestive scenes, language and violence in it. Advanced Reader Copy provided for voluntary review consideration.
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    Action packed new adult romance!

    This new adult romance, second in the Noir et Blue MC series but easily read as a standalone, is the story of Cain and Lincoln. Cain is searching for his father's murderer and the motorcycle club his father used to belong to is assisting him as they want payback too but Cain is the only one who can identify the man on sight. He does some odd jobs for the club and when one of those jobs involves stage set up for stunning pop star Lincoln, he ends up with a pretty sweet offer - be her 'handler' for $10,000 a day while she goes on a European tour. No one can resist that kind of money and besides, Lincoln looks like she needs someone to be on her side anyway. He agrees, but his father's MC past puts them both in danger. Now he's got an extra job - to protect her while still pursuing his father's killer. Can he find the man before things get out of control? I really enjoyed this story! One of the refreshing things about it is that there is no sugarcoating of what life around a motorcycle club is like. There is the power that comes with being in a position that scares the general population and that power enables things to happen quickly for Cain. But there is also the danger inherent in having that power and things can easily spiral out of control. Cain isn't part of the club, he's just being helped because of his father's previous association with them. But as the story progresses he finds himself torn between keeping his distance and getting what he wants. The club is on the periphery in the first part of the story but gets more and more involved the closer Cain gets to finding out the identity of the killer. There is lots of action, intensity and drama as things play out. Along with the MC action there is Cain's relationship with Lincoln. She has a rather sad history and hasn't ever had anyone she can really rely on - until Cain comes along and his blunt honesty is what she's never had before. And she likes it. It makes her feel like she's worth something, that someone is willing to give her the unvarnished truth. I liked the two of them together and the slow progression of their relationship. They are still young, under 20 and it was nice that they didn't just hop into bed together. While Lincoln may act sexually mature for her music videos , it's just an act and in reality she isn't that way at all, something Cain soon comes to realize and value. It was also really interesting to have a male/female romance all in the male point of view, and I really liked that. It's Cain's story after all and it made sense to have him tell it all. Overall I found this to be a really entertaining, dramatic and well paced story with lots of action in the second half to keep the reader fully engaged. The romance is sweet and the characters believable. 5 stars.

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