A successful New York City ad agency executive, Jordann Montgomery has more to do and accomplish. Work is challenging because there is always competition for new clients with large budgets. She is doing very well, enjoying work and life, and maintaining her focus on the goal but that has not included a meaningful relationship. Her twin brother, Jason, is a successful trial lawyer working equally hard to make partner at his law firm. He, on the other hand, has been making some time to date but hasn't found his perfect mate thus far. They try to spend as much quality time together as their busy schedules allow, whether it's brunch, lunch, or dinner, keeping each other company, sharing where they are with work and what they are doing personally. They are probably as close as any twins can be.
Jordann is meeting Jason for dinner at a restaurant she chose and happens to like. She is a periodic customer at this eatery when she wants to just people watch or when she is seeking to identify potential new clients. But on this particular evening, instead of identifying a potential client she finds a potential mate. It is love at first sight. A whirlwind romance ensues and then marriage.
On a lovely Spring day, at lunch, Jordann Phillips asks Jason for advice about her relationship with her husband Blake. She tells Jason a secret. A secret that has been kept from Blake. After a lengthy conversation, Jason tells his sister to talk to her husband, who he knows loves her dearly, because he believes Blake will understand and it will be ok. Jordann trusts her brother's judgement more than anyone, so she promises Jason she will. She just doesn't say exactly when.