Saturday, July 16, 2011

Black Ties and Lullabies by Jane Graves + Giveaway

Bernadette Hogan is a bodyguard for hunky millionaire Jeremy Bridges.  Jeremy is a playboy, always with someone new.  When Bernadette has qualms about Jeremy's newest conquest, the sparks fly.  In fact, she ends up spending the night and quits her job the next morning.

Jeremy is sure Bernie will come back, but she doesn't.  Well, she does when she lets him know that she is pregnant.  Jeremy takes the news well, and decides he wants to be more than a father, he wants Bernadette.  But she is afraid that once a playboy, always a playboy and that Jeremy won't be able to hang up his womanizing ways.

He sets out to prove her wrong and what a ride it is! Great repartee', wonderful character development and humorous scenes, with a great cast of secondary characters complimenting the ups and downs of Bernie and Jeremy's romance.  If you haven't read a book by Jane Graves, start with this one! It will tickle your funny bone and touch your heart.   Dazzling and charming!!

I have one ARC to giveaway to a lucky reader!!

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  1. I heard about this one and it sounds like a good read.

  2. Your entertaining review convinced me that I would very much enjoy this book : )

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  3. I already have a copy, so I don't need to win it, but I think *everyone* should read this one! I reviewed Tall Tales & Wedding Veils this week, and like I said, I can't figure out why Jane Graves isn't more well known. She's fabulous!

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