An Agent for Claudette

An Agent for Claudette

An optimistic widow longing for freedom. A roguish womanizer longing to settle down. Thrown together, they must solve a case that could split them apart forever.

Determined to make her mark as a Pinkerton Agent, Claudette LeBas leaves everything she knows and sets out on a new adventure. When she meets Bronson Wauneka, one of the best trackers in the Pinkerton’s arsenal, his unsettling good looks and charm make her rethink her own goals in life. When she discovers she has to marry her trainer, she wonders if she's signing up for more than she bargained for.

Tired of his womanizing moniker, Bronson is ready to embrace his future and train the optimistic widow as a Pinkerton Agent. But marrying her – even in name only – makes him take a look at his life and he finds that he wants a woman by his side.

When love is on the line, can they both do their jobs and continue to stay alive?

This is a sweet romance that discusses some delicate topics such as slavery, human trafficking and the treatment of people of color in the post-Civil War western states.

Each book in the Pinkerton Matchmaker series is a stand-alone book, but you can read them in order to fully enjoy the series:
The Pinkerton Matchmaker – Christine Sterling & Marianne Spitzer
An Agent for Lucy – Amelia Adams
An Agent for Regina – Marianne Spitzer
An Agent for Wilhelmina - Sophie Dawson
An Agent for Claudette – Christine Sterling
An Agent for Audrey - Laura Beers
An Agent for Victoria - Kate Marie Clark
An Agent for Elizabeth - Julia Ridgmont
An Agent for Cecily - Marie Higgins
An Agent for Charity - Patricia PACJAC Carroll
An Agent for Diana - Rebecca Connelly
An Agent for Belle - Nerys Leigh
An Agent for Ada - H.L. Roberts
An Agent for Arielle - Parker J. Cole

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    An Agent for Claudette Reviews

  • Lori D

    I was so excited to read this story and it was just as intriguing as I imagined! After reading the main book to get the series started, I knew that Claudette and Bronson would wind up together as agen...

  • Janene

    Poor sleuthing The editing of this story was fine. The characters likable, but not much development. The detective skills were missing big time. I finished the book, because I hoped it would get bette...

  • Rocky

    Claudette and BroncoWhen Claudette reads an article about women being allowed to join the Pinkerton detective agency she leaves her home and travels to Denver, where the agency is located.Bronco is a ...

  • Debra Brigden

    An Agent for Claudette is the fourth book in the Pinkerton Matchmaker series. Although it is a part of a series it can definitely stand alone. But, if you are reading the series, you will be thrilled ...

  • Lori

    This was another fun story about the Pinkertons Matchmaking. Claudette and Bronco are totally different, yet in many ways the same. Claudette is from New Orleans and Bronco is an Indian. The gifts the...

  • Nethanja

    Why would a couple who doesn’t know each other get married?The Pinkerton office wants to train women to help solve cases and what better way to do that then matching them with Pinkerton men. When Cl...

  • Jeene Hobbs

    Bronco and Claudette. This is book 4 in the series. It features a Southern widow and a Native American knife thrower. Their story is intertwined with another pair of agents. Race, slavery, and kidnapp...

  • Earlene Click

    Bronco and ClaudetteBronco and Claudette were married as Pinkerton Agents were required to partner together on cases. They each believed they loved the other at first sight, but certainly didn't tell ...

  • Shonda

    I love the Pinkerton series and this was another great book in that series. The Characters are fun and the banter between all the agents made me wish I could be right there with them. The courting sce...

  • Chunter14

    i was excited to read this book because Bronco was one of my favorite characters in the opening book and I wanted to get to know his story and little more. I really liked the relationship between Bron...