Black Ties and Lullabies by Jane Graves

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

See 3 Critic Reviews

unrated

Synopsis

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?
 

About Jane Graves

See more books from this Author
Jane Graves lives with her husband in Richardson, Texas, a suburb of Dallas.
 
Published July 1, 2011 by Forever. 421 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

Unrated Critic Reviews for Black Ties and Lullabies

New York Journal of Books

See more reviews from this publication

“Ms. Graves does a fine job of balancing sharp, sexy humor with warm, authentic emotion. Bernie and Jeremy make the reader both chuckle and feel their pain—a truly potent combination. Black Ties and Lullabies is warm, charming, funny, and a delight to read.”

Jul 01 2011 | Read Full Review of Black Ties and Lullabies

Fiction Vixen

As the pregnancy progresses, Jeremy is determined to prove to Bernie that he intends to be a dependable father to his children and that he is not the shallow, uncaring playboy Bernie believes him to be.

Jun 24 2011 | Read Full Review of Black Ties and Lullabies

Book Lovers

Don’t black widows eat their mates?” There are also some emotional moments in Black Ties and Lullabies, particularly when Jeremy does something really insensitive and nearly loses Bernie for good after he has proven himself to be a descent human being.

Jul 07 2011 | Read Full Review of Black Ties and Lullabies

Reader Rating for Black Ties and Lullabies
83%

An aggregated and normalized score based on 119 user ratings from iDreamBooks & iTunes


Rate this book!

Add Review