Her debut novel "A Man in a Kilt" won the 2004 National Readers Choice Award for Best Paranormal Romance and was a 2005 RITA finalist, she also is the Winner of Romance Writers of America© Golden Heart for Best Paranormal Romance. Her second release, "A Rogue in a Kilt", received Romantic Times Magazine’s 4 ½ star Top Pick rating and was a National Readers Choice Awards finalist. Her third, The Accidental Duchess in the anthology HOW TO MARRY A DUKE, won the 2006 Golden Quill Award for Best Novella. Her books are now available in four languages and can be found in a dozen countries.

Sandy loves writing about the past. "I find it easier to suspend my own disbelief when thoroughly immersed in a time when nobody worried about political correctness; when men were wonderfully alpha and had no idea they even had a feminine side, much less worried about getting in touch with it." She often adds a touch of the paranormal to her tales believing the very possibility expands the imagination, which in turn gives her latitude with humor.

Sandy currently resides in New Hampshire with her husband. When not writing, she dabbles with watercolors, is a charity fundraiser, and loves to entertain family and friends at home. She claims the secret to hosting a successful dinner party is setting a pretty table and serving lots of wine before the meal.

Book List in Order:12 titles

  • This time-travel anthology contains two short stories originally published by Constable & Robinson, London, G.B. in Mammoth Romance books in 2010. They feature Highlanders, time-travel, Scottish history and romance. MacDuff’s Secret The last thing ...


  • THE THIEF This medieval fiction set in Scotland is book #3 in the USA Today Bestselling Castle Blackstone series, following THE LAIRD and THE ROGUE. Originally published by Kensington Publishing in 2006, THE THIEF features alpha Highlanders, action,...


  • Be careful what you wish for, very careful. 1410, Loch Ard Forest, Scotland. To win a wager—and the keys to a castle from his liege lord, Sir Angus MacDougall must find an acceptable bride within three months. Unfortunately, his battle-scared count...


  • A multiple award-winning paranormal time travel fiction set in medieval Scotland, The Laird contains alpha male Highlanders, ghosts, action, suspense, humor, drama, history and romance. Cursed on his death bed centuries ago, the laird of Castle Blac...



  • This exciting collection contains 25 short tales of adventure and love. Join the dashing characters as they slip through the ages, finding themselves transported back to settings including medieval Scotland, sixteenth-century England, and the ninetee...


  • Welcome To My World 'Tis the season to be jolly--but Boston antiques dealer Claire MacGregor isn't looking forward to a solo Christmas, or cocoa for one, or trimming the tree by herself. But company's coming. Claire is fooling around with an old pu...


  • A Rogue By Any Other Name Scoundrel. Seducer. Sir Ian MacKay deserves to be called the Thief of Hearts. Yet he is a man with a mission: to return Scotland's rightful king to his ancestral throne. But first he must find out the true identity of the...


  • in How to Marry a Duke

    Rachel O'Leary, a destitute governess, finds shelter in a shuttered London townhouse, knowing nothing of its owner or why it stands empty. But when Connor Kenroe, the eighth Duke of Killgory, returns from his long sojourn abroad and steals into his c...






  • The Bravest Heart To win a wager--and the keys to a castle from his liege lord--Sir Angus McDougall must find a bride in three months' time. What woman would refuse so bold a knight? His slightly tarnished armor and battle scars should not matter--a...


  • A Lonely Laird Duncan MacDougall, the laird of Blackstone, was cursed centuries ago to wander as a ghost within the echoing walls of his island castle--and only one woman can free him. Can it be the new mistress of Blackstone, just arrived from ov...