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Sarah MacLean

USA flag (b.1978)

Sarah MacLeane grew up in Rhode Island, where she spent much of her free time bemoaning the fact that she was more than a century too late for her own Season. Her unabashed addiction to historical fiction helped to earn her a degree in European History from Smith College before she moved to New York City to pursue a career in publishing. After receiving a Masters in Education from Harvard University, Sarah returned to New York, where she lives with her husband, their dog, and a ridiculously large collection of romance novels.

Genres: Historical Romance, Romance, Young Adult Romance

Sarah MacLean recommends
The Look of Love (2011)
(Sullivans, book 1)
Bella Andre
"No one does sexy like Bella Andre."
In Total Surrender (2011)
(Secrets , book 3)
Anne Mallory
"Dark heroes and delicious romance - her books are amazing."
Darker Still (2011)
(Magic Most Foul, book 1)
Leanna Renee Hieber
"A lush gothic tale that begs for reading... I couldn't put it down."
Secret in Her Kiss (2012)
Anna Randol
"Unique and riveting!"
The Springsweet (2012)
(Vespertine, book 2)
Saundra Mitchell
"A gorgeous, unputdownable book that will stay with you long after it's through."
What Happens in Scotland (2013)
(Second Sons , book 1)
Jennifer McQuiston
"Clever and funny, charming and romantic... A fabulous storyteller."
What a Duke Dares (2014)
(Sons of Sin Trilogy , book 3)
Anna Campbell
"No one does dark heroes like Anna Campbell."
The Stolen Mackenzie Bride (2015)
(Mackenzies & McBrides, book 8)
Jennifer Ashley
"I love the Mackenzies- every one of them."
How the Duke Was Won (2016)
(Disgraceful Dukes, book 1)
Lenora Bell
"If you've been looking for a bold, new voice in historical romance, the search ends here. Lenora Bell is it."
A Duke to Remember (2016)
(Season for Scandal, book 2)
Kelly Bowen
"A charming, clever, and engaging storyteller not to be missed."
The Wicked Heir (2017)
(Spare Heirs, book 3)
Elizabeth Michels
"A simmering romance."
A Scandalous Deal (2018)
(Four Hundred, book 2)
Joanna Shupe
"Nothing makes me happier than a new book from Joanna Shupe!"
Duchess by Design (2018)
(Gilded Age Girls Club, book 1)
Maya Rodale
"Smart, sexy, fun!."
This Scot of Mine (2019)
(Rogue Files, book 4)
Sophie Jordan
"Deliciously sexy!."
Love Lettering (2019)
Kate Clayborn
"Love Lettering is delicious and beautiful and perfect."
You Had Me at Hola (2020)
Alexis Daria
"Soapy, smart and so sexy... with vibrant characters and electric chemistry comparable to the telenovelas that inspired it, you’ll be thrilled You Had Me At Hola doesn’t come with commercials!"
Tall, Duke, and Dangerous (2020)
(Hazards of Dukes, book 2)
Megan Frampton
"Make Megan Frampton your next read!."
A Groom of Her Own (2021)
(Scandalous Affairs, book 1)
Christi Caldwell
"Christi Caldwell writes a gorgeous book."
A Caribbean Heiress in Paris (2022)
(Las Leonas, book 1)
Adriana Herrera
"A triumph! Adriana Herrera is a fun, frothy, fiercely feminist voice in historical romance."
American Royalty (2022)
Tracey Livesay
"Tracey Livesay gets better and better. With American Royalty, Livesay delivers a scandalous, absolutely swoon-worthy romance that injects a straight shot of joy right into readers' hearts. With a superstar heroine who knows her worth and isn't afraid to speak it, and a hero who falls crown-over-heels for her, just as he should, American Royalty is everything a royal romance should be - a sharp, sexy, romantic ride culminating in one of the finest happily ever afters I've ever read. Tracey Livesay is one of the very best."
Aphrodite and the Duke (2022)
J J McAvoy
"Full of lush gowns, longing looks and lingering secrets, Bridgerton lovers have found their next read in Aphrodite and the Duke. JJ McAvoy is a welcome new voice in historical romance."

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