The FBI wants her cooperation.
As the daughter of a billionaire and the owner of the city’s top wine store, Jordan Rhodes is invited to the most exclusive parties in Chicago. But there’s only one party the FBI wants to crash: the charity fundraiser of a famous restaurateur, who also happens to launder money for the mob. In exchange for her brother’s release from prison, Jordan is going to be there—with a date supplied by the Bureau.
Agent McCall just wants her.
As the top undercover agent in Chicago, Nick McCall has one rule: never get personal. This “date” with Jordan Rhodes is merely an assignment—one they’re both determined to pull off even if they can’t be together for five minutes before the sarcasm and sparks begin to fly. But when Nick’s investigation is compromised, he and Jordan have no choice but to pretend they’re a couple, and what starts out as a simple assignment begins to feel a lot like something more. . .
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Best Contemporary Romance of 2011, AAR Readers' Poll
Funniest Romance of 2011 (Tie), AAR Readers' Poll
Favourite Contemporary Romance, Australian Romance Reader Awards
National Readers' Choice Award Winner
“With a nod to Alfred Hitchcock’s Notorious, this latest from James (Something About You) blends plenty of sparkle with a vineyard-full of oenological detail…. Sexy fun, romance fans will pop their corks over this one.” —Library Journal
“Fueled by equal measures of seductive wit, edge-of-the-seat suspense and scorching hot sexual chemistry, James’ latest scintillating novel of romantic suspense is a rare treat.” —Chicago Tribune
“James’ sassy, suspenseful sequel to Something About You (2010) exhibits her trademark sizzle and wit while focusing attention on another FBI undercover agent assigned to ferret out the secrets of Chicago’s Mob. James pits Nick McCall’s bad-boy appeal against Jordan’s warm heart in a classic romance trope and concludes with tantalizing hints about future installments set in the same intriguing venue.” —Booklist
“You’ll fall head over heels for ‘A Lot Like Love’. . . [a] charming romance.” —USA Today