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Sally MacKenzie

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Sally MacKenzie decided to become a writer in grade school when she read one of her stories to the class. Sally eventually went on to college, majoring in English, and, upon graduation, did what many English majors do--she went to law school. But she still couldn't shake her dream of writing fiction. Midway through law school, she faced the fact that she really did not want to be a lawyer. She took a permanent leave of absence, came home to the Washington, D.C. area, and sat down to type her first novel.

Genres: Historical Romance
Sally MacKenzie recommends
A Midnight Clear (2010)
(Edwardian Nights, book 1)
Kristi Astor
"Kristi Astor transports you to a sensual past filled with intense and passionate characters. Put her on your -must read' list today!"
Season for Temptation (2011)
(Holiday Pleasures, book 1)
Theresa Romain
"Give in to temptation - treat yourself to Theresa Romain's delightfully witty debut."
The Spinster Bride (2015)
(Lords and Ladies, book 4)
Jane Goodger
"Fun, delightfully romantic-and sexy."
At the Spy's Pleasure (2015)
(In the Crown's Secret Service, book 2)
Tina Gabrielle
"Passionate and fast-paced...kept me turning the pages."
Fortune's Flower (2016)
(Passport to Romance , book 1)
Anthea Lawson
"A lush, exotic tale of romance and adventure."

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