Throwback Thursday with D.R. Graham ~ Family Ties


Hi everyone! My name is Danielle. I write both young adult and new adult novels under the name D.R. Graham. I was always taught to write the book I would like to read, and what I enjoy in a book is genuine emotion, morally conflicting choices, young love, and complicated relationships. Although the series is set against the backdrop of outlaw biker culture, unlike other biker romances, the stories of the Noir et Bleu Motorcycle Club are ultimately family dramas. THE HANDLER is the second book in the NOIR ET BLEU MOTORCYCLE CLUB series, and the underlying themes are fierce loyalty and protectiveness toward loved ones, so I have chosen a picture of my own family as my Throwback Thursday post.


My parents, sister, brother, and me back in the day. I’m the overly excited one with the duck puppet. Don’t laugh at the 70s style.

The Handler releases on April 28th. I hope you love it.

He promised he would never be an outlaw . . .

While in Los Angeles searching for the third 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 working for a high-maintenance celebrity, he could use the money to take care of his sister back home. And getting out
of town will help him keep a low profile until he testifies at the trial against the other two murderers.

But touring Europe in close quarters with Lincoln proves to be more complicated than Cain anticipated. Despite his efforts, the lines between their personal and professional lives blur. When the outlaw who murdered his father hunts them down, Cain enters the world of the Noir et Bleu Motorcycle Club to keep Lincoln safe.

Forced to make the toughest decision of his life, Cain discovers the lengths he’s willing to go, and the person he’s willing to become to protect the people he loves…



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