Undercover with the Heiress

Undercover with the Heiress

by Nan Dixon

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Overview

Undercover with the Heiress by Nan Dixon

What’s behind her beautiful mask?

FBI agent Kaden Farrell is on a mission. He’s undercover at Fitzgerald House in Savannah, where a little girl is the key to his investigation. And that’s what he needs to focus on, not a down-and-out heiress whose jeweled eyes haunt his dreams.

Courtney Smythe might be spoiled, but when Kaden notices her ease with the children at the B and B, he sees the beauty beyond her looks. Getting close to Courtney will help his case, and giving in to attraction is the right thing to do. Even if it means perpetuating a lie…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781488017193
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 08/01/2017
Series: Fitzgerald House , #5
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 607,450
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Nan spent her formative years as an actress, singer, dancer and competitive golfer. But the need to eat had her studying accounting in college. Unfortunately, being a successful financial executive didn't feed her passion to perform. She's a five-time Golden Heart finalist and lives in the Midwest. She has five children, two sons-in-law, one grandchild, a husband and one neurotic cat. Contact her-Twitter @nandixonauthor Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/nandixonauthor or her www.nandixon.com.

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Undercover with the Heiress 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Amers86 More than 1 year ago
Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books! This was overall, a surprisingly good read. It started out a little rocky and slow, but ended well. The story line picked up and the characters grew on me. It was, overall, an enjoyable read. This is the fifth book in the series and this book is considered a standalone. I would agree with that for the most part, however, there were times where I felt like I was missing out on some information. It wasn’t enough to ruin the story or to leave me completely in the dark though. It was just enough to notice. The female lead starts out as quite a prissy character – my least favorite. However, as the story progresses, her character seems to grow and mature, and becomes my favorite. Her love for all little kids is quite her saving grace to say the least. I would recommend the story to you. It was enjoyable and I’d even venture out to say that I’d check out the other books in the series. I’m intrigued to say the least! * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *
Allykitten More than 1 year ago
This book is book five in the “Fitzgerald House,” Book Series. Even though, I hadn’t read any of the other books in this series prior to reading this book; I didn't have any problems keeping up and wasn’t at all lost or confused at any point. I will admit there seemed to be like some drama or unresolved tension between certain characters like Courtney and her brother, Gray; Gray and his wife, Abby; and Kaden and his dad, and so on. Perhaps this is further explained in the series. Regardless, this book can absolutely be read on its own, as a stand-alone. This book is about Courtney, a dainty and spoiled heiress who gets financially cut off from the family fortune. Courtney heads to Savannah to move in with her brother, Gray and his wife, Abby at their B&B, The Fitzgerald House. Trying to fit in with her hardworking family she starts working as the nanny. This book is about Kaden, an undercover FBI agent, working as a handyman at the Fitzgerald House. The key to his big investigation is a little girl, Issy, who is now under Courtney’s care. So in order for Kaden to get close to Issy he must first get close to Courtney. Kaden sees Courtney as the spoiled and selfish princess he assumes her to be, but the more time he spends with her and sees the way she interacts with the kids he realizes he may have been too quick to judge her. It isn’t long before emotions and feelings are developing, but is this all just about the case or is he actually falling for her? Wow! Yes! I really enjoyed reading this book! It was such a fun, exciting, suspenseful, and intriguing read! I wasn’t quite sure how it was going to play out, but I loved every minute waiting in anticipation! This was definitely a book that I was not able to put down! I took that tablet with me everywhere lol! I really liked the main characters, Courtney and Kaden! They were enjoyable, relatable, and realistic! Courtney is the perfect example of a character we love to read about! Maybe not the best person, but over the pages that person works really hard to grow and improve, and become a better person overall. Perhaps like the villain or unliked character at page one, but by the end of the book we have totally been won over by them and we are rooting and cheering for their success! That is exactly what Courtney did! She wasn’t one of my favorites at first, but wow all her hard work, dedication, growth, improvement – I was impressed! She definitely has my respect! I really liked the scenario of Courtney being cut off and having to push her herself and decide what she wants to do with her life. Sometimes we all need that extra push to show what we can truly accomplish and what our full potential is capable of. This book touches on so many topics such as romance, love, second chances, change, dedication, perseverance, growth, humor, suspense, mystery, and so much more! There is sure to be something here for pretty much all types of readers! All in all, I really enjoyed reading this book and would absolutely recommend this book to all readers!! As I mentioned, this book covers so many topics that even non-romance or non-Harlequin readers would still also love it! Also, I will totally be checking out the other books in the Fitzgerald House Book Series and I recommend you do the same as well! **Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book and have voluntarily provided an honest, and unbiased review in accordance with FTC regulations.**
amybooksy More than 1 year ago
Since I have never read anything Nan Dixon before, I was a little nervous picking up and reading Undercover with the Heiress. I was not sure what to expect. Well, let me just say that it will not be the last I will read by Nan Dixon. Undercover with the Heiress is a good, fun, and romantic read. FBI agent Kaden Farrell is so likable from the start. The heiress Courtney Smythe? Not so much. I did not care for her spoiled ways at first but then she grew on me as she became more mature as I got further into the story. She and Kaden were so fun together. And I love the setting of the beautiful city of Savannah, Georgia. Just an all-around great story. I recommend it and I look forward to reading the others from the Fitzgerald House series and catch up what happened previously. 4 1/2 stars. I received this book from Goddess Fish Promotions. This review is 100% my own honest opinion
ELF-thereadingaddict More than 1 year ago
Courtney's redemption 4.25 stars “Undercover with the Heiress” by Nan Dixon is a lovely romantic suspense story that centers around privileged and decorative Courtney Smythe as she is forced to deal with a personal upheaval and join the working class. Desperate enough to flee to Savannah and seek sanctuary with her brother and sister-in-law, Courtney struggles to find a niche to fit into among her hard-working and highly capable in-laws, the Fitzgeralds. Her rapport with children finally starts paving the way for her to make a new life, but her progress is complicated by the sexy handyman, Kaden Farrell, who mysteriously manages to reject her but insinuates himself into her life. Too bad he’s working undercover and she’s only a means to an end…or is she? This addition to the ‘Fitzgerald House’ series is an entertaining look at the concept of redemption and restitution as two disparate characters pursue very different goals. Courtney is almost a caricature and it is a little difficult to be sympathetic to her at first but the author did a great job of gradually softening her abrasive edges, especially when she deals with the very personable kids, Issy and Josh. I love the close relationship Kaden has with his grandfather and I was delighted in the warm family group formed by the Fitzgeralds and their significant others. Those who are squeamish should be aware there are a couple of traumatic scenes, one of which is alluded to as having occurred but is still chill-inducing, as it involves an innocent bystander. Despite this being part of a series, there was no problem reading it as a stand-alone story, and the blend of tragic pasts, redemption, suspense, and budding romance made this a fun and engaging read. I am intrigued by the other sisters in this family and would definitely like to read their stories as well. A copy of this title was provided to me for review