Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Review: Black Ties and Lullabies by Jane Graves

A good girl can be bad for one night...

Bernadette Hogan doesn't make mistakes. Not when it comes to caring for her mother, and not at her job protecting Texas's most eligible--and infuriating--bachelor. Maybe that's why she's overcome with guilt after one tiny indiscretion: a passionate fling with her boss that's left her confused, intrigued...and pregnant.

but can a bad boy be good for a lifetime?

To self-made millionaire Jeremy Bridges, women are like fine wine: if held for too long, they sour. But one wild night with Bernadette changed all that. She makes him laugh, she makes him think, and soon she's going to make him a father. For the first time, Jeremy wants to be a one-woman man. So how can he convince the fiercely independent Bernadette he's ready to change from partying playboy to dependable dad--and become the loving husband she deserves?

There's nothing better than spending the day reading a sexy romance novel.  Black Ties and Lullabies by Jane Graves is a fast-paced read that doesn't disappoint, especially in the love department.  Reading about a womanizer who decides he wants the one, not one of many, put a big smile on my face.  This is a really great book and I'm sure romance-lovers will agree.

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