Sandylee Maccoby is a portrait painter and novelist. She is a graduate of Smith College and taught French and Spanish at Georgetown Day School.
by Sandylee Maccoby
explores forbidden love between a charismatic psychoanalyst and a beautiful patient. It takes us into the glittering salons of Boston society, the world of avant garde New York artists, and the politics of Harvard professorships. It is a story of passion and ambition, but, most of all, it is the story of a woman's awakening to self discovery and finding the courage to follow her dreams.Reviews
- "A page turner on the lives of the rich and the ambitious. We expect to find such astonishing narcissism in bankers, not therapists! Maccoby reminds us that power politics is everywhere."
- -Katie Lee Weille, Ph.D., author of Making Sense of Parenthood