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Mary Carter is a freelance writer and certified sign language interpreter. She’s a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (NYC) and Rochester Institute of Technology/NTID. Her first novel, SHE’LL TAKE IT, has been optioned by Paramount Pictures for a weekly television series. Her second novel, ACCIDENTALLY ENGAGED, is a comedy about a tarot card reader who messes up the engagement of a very prominent bachelor. Mary currently lives in Manhattan where she is busy writing her third novel.

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Accidentally Engaged by Mary Carter
Accidentally Engaged
Mary Carter
Get ready for quirky romantic comedy at its very best – and a romantic road trip you’ll never forget.
Format: Paperback - Released: 05/03/2006

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