The Pinkerton Matchmaker series gives 'being married to your work' a whole new meaning.

Archibald Gordon, head of the Denver, Colorado office of the Pinkerton Agency has received news -- hire female agents.  He advertises the position and applicants from all over the country start to pour in.

There's just one problem; each female recruit will be trained by an existing agent. How do you protect her honor and reputation while still working the case? The answer seems simple. Marry your trainer for the duration of the case.

What could possibly go wrong?

The Pinkerton Matchmaker series, although fictional, is based on the real Pinkerton Agency. Allan Pinkerton, the founder, was a progressive of his time. He was the first to hire women and blacks.  He saw slavery as the curse of this great nation. Some of his closest friends were of African American descent and he and his wife also helped blacks on the road to freedom.

It's this rich historical background that my book, An Agent for Arielle, takes place.


A mulatto heiress, a former slave, and the case that tests their resolve...

Mulatto heiress Arielle Bradford refuses to marry the politician her father has chosen for her. When she sees an advertisement that the Pinkerton agency in Denver, Colorado is looking for female recruits, it seems like the perfect escape plan. And then she discovers she has to marry her training agent.

Former slave and Union spy Caleb Smith is leery of his beautiful but fiery partner's ability to be a good agent, but when a prominent Negro politician receives a threat on his life, it's up to both of them to find the would-be killer.

Can a woman who has never known shackles of slavery and a man who has never taken his freedom lightly not only work together, but maybe even find love?

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