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  • Published: 1 March 2011
  • ISBN: 9780425240168
  • Imprint: Jove
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 304
  • RRP: $13.99

A Lot Like Love


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An FBI agent and an heiress have to get up close and personal on an undercover assignment in this thrilling romance from the author of The Thing About Love.

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 fund-raiser 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.

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...

  • Pub date: 1 March 2011
  • ISBN: 9780425240168
  • Imprint: Jove
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 304
  • RRP: $13.99

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Praise for A Lot Like Love

“Praise for A Lot Like Love “Julie James writes books I can’t put down. A Lot Like Love kept me up way past midnight!”—Nalini Singh, New York Times bestselling author   “You’ll fall head over heels for A Lot Like Love.”—USA Today   “Julie James rocks! You’ll laugh out loud and wish you had an FBI agent of your own.”—Sandra Hill, New York Times bestselling author   More Praise for the Novels of Julie James “It's easy to see why [James'] books have such a wide appeal.”—USAToday.com “A tantalizing dessert—a delicious, delightful read that all hopeless romantics will enjoy.”—Chicago Sun-Times “Sexy and effervescent.”—Kirkus Reviews “Packed with hilarious situations and sharp dialogue.”—San Francisco Book Review “A rare treat.”—Chicago Tribune”


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