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Nope, Nicole has to admit she's the one who panicked at the sight of a naked prowler in Jasper's pool, inadvertently locking him out. Not the most auspicious introduction to Jasper's older brother Greg.
Now she's stuck dealing with an understandably grumpy man whose eyes remind her of melted chocolate, and who in response to an apology, accuses her of being as fake as everyone else in the advertising industry, possibly bitter chocolate then.
Greg agreed to sacrifice his vacation to help his brother Jasper mitigate some crises or other. But how had that morphed into pretending to be a minister, getting slotted into an orange juice commercial, and all the other nonsense that passes for work at the Amethyst Advertising agency? He hates playing pretend, always has, always will. As for Nicole, for years, she’s been tagging along with Jasper to a myriad of family functions he’s missed, slinking her way into stories, photos and even his childhood bed. Royally pisses him off that she’s not what he expected.
Against the backdrop of fake firelight, laundry detergent, and downsizing pressure from the executive, Jasper strives to mark Nicole off limits, co-workers Kimberly and Megan hatch an opposing scheme, Greg tussles with conflicting instincts, and Nicole, accustomed to going with the flow, considers chucking serendipity out the window and using her powers of persuasion toward something other than an ad.