Jordan runs a wine shop in Chicago and also happens to be a billionaire heiress. One night while getting ready to close up her shop, two FBI agents approach her with a deal she can't turn down. If she helps the FBI get an undercover agent into a high profile Valentine's Day party, they'll spring her brother from prison. But the operation goes wrong when the FBI's target becomes jealous of Jordan's mystery date and hires a private investigator to dig up some dirt. So, now Jordan is stuck with an undercover FBI agent as a fake boyfriend.
Jordan was a wonderful character. She was sarcastic and really cared about her family. I loved that she didn't live in a bubble either. She had friends, family, and work obligations that are displayed in this story. I also really adored her relationship with her twin brother, the one who she's trying to get out of jail.
Nick, the hero, was also great, even if he did sometimes come across as a little bland. He was funny and I liked that you saw him struggle with the idea of a committed relationship and what that means for his career.
All in all, I would recommend this book for fans of Susan Elizabeth Phillips and Jennifer Crusie.