I received this book for free from Publisher on NetGallery in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Handler (Entangled Embrace) by D. R. Graham
Published by Macmillan on April 28th 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, General, Romance
Source: Publisher on NetGallery
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A new adult novel from Entangled's Embrace imprint...He promised he would never be an outlaw . . .
While searching for the member of an outlaw motorcycle gang who murdered his dad, Cain Allen is offered a boatload of cash to "handle" the stunning teen popstar Lincoln Todd. Although he doesn't need the headache of a high-maintenance celebrity, getting out of town will help him keep a low profile until he testifies against the other two killers.
Touring Europe with Lincoln proves to be more complicated than Cain anticipated, and despite his efforts, the line between their personal and professional lives blurs. She's sweet, smart, and totally unpredictable. And he loves it.
But Lincoln's association with Cain puts her in more danger than anyone could have imagined. When he joins forces with the Noir et Bleu Motorcycle Club to protect her, Cain discovers the lengths he's willing to go, and the person he's willing to become to protect the people he loves...
Cain Allen is offered a huge sum of money to “handle” superstar Lincoln Todd on her European Tour. When he takes the job, he really didn’t know what he was in for. Cain isn’t afraid to be honest to Lincoln Todd and tell her what he really thinks and what his opinion is, because of this Lincoln fires Cain. Then Lincoln reconsiders and decides to hire him again since he was honest with her. Since Cain was trying to keep a low profile because of the trial going on with his father being murdered and a fire being sent off in their home. Now that his face is plastered l over social media both he and Lincoln are in danger.
I think “The Handler” by D. R. Graham was an interesting story. This isn’t one that I would normally read but I think it was definitely a fast read. There is plenty of tragedy, life threats, love, and fame. Everything that you want to see in a celebrity romance. I personally had a hard time getting to know the characters though. I didn’t feel like the were as fleshed out as they should have been.