A Lot like Love
Watch a video Jordan Rhodes is invited to all of Chicago's best parties, but there's only one the FBI wants to crash. To get her brother out of jail, she agrees to take Agent McCall as her date. But when the mission gets botched, requiring their "relationship" to continue, it... show more
Watch a video Jordan Rhodes is invited to all of Chicago's best parties, but there's only one the FBI wants to crash. To get her brother out of jail, she agrees to take Agent McCall as her date. But when the mission gets botched, requiring their "relationship" to continue, it starts to feel less like an investigation-and a lot like something else. Julie James Chat
Publish date: March 1st 2011
Pages no: 274
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: FBI/US Attorney (#2)
Sorry, this one did not sing for me like book #1 did. I didn't like the male lead that much and then the whole book barely made any sense when it came down to the whole plot point with the female lead's brother somehow magically getting his prison sentence waved. The bad guy also seemed really dumb ...
Jordan happens to be the daughter of a rich man and the sister of someone who did something stupid and is paying for it. Jordan also happens to be fucking awesome all by herself. She's a successful business woman, owning her business, a popular wine store. She knows knows everything about wine.Nick,...
3.5: cute, fun, and quick read. Find it a little annoying when 2 30-somethings can't just say the thing they need to, but enjoyable regardless.
A Lot Like Love begins when the FBI needs Jordan to help in a case they working on. In order for her to help they are giving her an incentive, getting her brother out of prison, if she just brings a date (one of their agents) with her when she goes to a Valentines Day party. The problem is the man s...
A light, fluffy and refreshing read, this was. I remember I didn't enjoy Julie James last book much but this one I really did. I loved Jordon and Nick's quirky and sarcastic dialogs the most. Though story was predictable but was presented well, the suspense held my attention till the end. Over all i...
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