Book Review: The Noir et Bleu by D.R. Graham

25570469Title: The Noir et Bleu
Author: D.R. Graham
Publisher: Stocky Dog
Pub Date: May 2, 2017
Format: Kindle eBook
Pages: 329
Source: ARC/Review Copy
Genre(s): YA (18+), New Adult, Romance
Rating: ★★★★
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Synopsis from Goodreads:

Len Desrochers is days away from finally paying off his debt to the Noir et Bleu Motorcycle Club, and he wants out of the outlaw life for good. But when the club and your family are the same thing, it’s not that easy to walk away from your loyalties, your responsibilities, or your life. Turning his back on his brothers for the woman he loves and for his freedom might not be an optionespecially when his own family is more dangerous than his worst enemy.


My review:

What would you do if you had to choose between doing something bad but right and doing something good but wrong?

First, I would like to thank the author for sending me an Advance Reader Copy of this book. Keep in mind that this has no influence on my review. These are my honest thoughts and opinions.

Len was practically born into the Noir et Bleu. Being the youngest of the Desrochers boys, illegitimate or not, has sealed Len’s fate as part of the motorcycle club. Now he wants out, and all he has to do is survive the next week of tasks given to him until he can walk away. But is walking away even an option when it comes to your family? And how does he get the girl of his dreams when she wants nothing to do with the club or his family?

This was a fast-paced read about blood, brotherhood, and being true to the black and blue. I read this so quickly because I was dying to know what would happen next. I really couldn’t tell who Len could trust–or if he could trust anyone at all–and that just made the story 10x more interesting. Plus, who doesn’t love a good crime fiction/romance? Underneath it all, this is a steamy romance about a good guy who does some bad things, and good girl who just wants to live life by the book. Turf wars might ensue, hearts might break, and compromises will definitely need to be made. Also, motorcycles are hot. Enjoy the ride!

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