Sarah MacLean is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of historical romances and a monthly romance review column in the Washington Post. Sarah is the recipient of back-to-back RITA Awards from the Romance Writers of America for Best Historical Romance, and she regularly speaks in both academic and consumer settings about the genre, its history, and its intersection with feminism. She earned degrees in history and cultural anthropology from Smith College and Harvard University and lives in New York City.
MFOB FEATURED BOOK: A Scot in the Dark (to be published August 2016)
Miss Lillian Harwood longs for love and readily agrees to pose for a scandalous portrait—then finds that the artist has in fact betrayed her. The portrait, made public, is scandalous, the lying artist leaves her in disgrace, and Lily becomes the ward of a Scottish duke, who wants nothing to do with her or Britain, until he arrives in London with the goal of getting his ward married . . .
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