Gwendolyn Whitley was born with a silver spoon in her mouth. The daughter of a shipping titan, she’s never wanted for anything until her father dies and she finds out he only left her with a pile of debt. Now, she has no other option but to find a job to support herself. She remembers her friend, Nadine, wrote to her about her new life as a Pinkerton Agent. Gwendolyn wonders if she could be one, too?
Bradley Holmes isn’t sure he likes the idea of being put in charge of training one of the new recruits, let alone a woman. He’s used to being only responsible for himself, but he has to train her to progress his career. When he finds out she’s a spoiled socialite who hasn’t worked a day in her life, he’s not sure what he’s going to do with her—especially when he has to marry her for propriety’s sake.
Can Gwendolyn adjust to a life as a Pinkerton? Will Bradley see her as more than just a temporary problem? And can they find a way to grow their forced arrangement into more?