Cassie Miles’s THE GIRL WHO COULDN’T FORGET and THE GIRL WHO FEELS NO PAIN, to Allison Lyons at Harlequin Intrigue, in a nice deal by
Anne Marsh’s ROYALLY HUNG, about a European prince who marries an unroyal American bride, to Kristine Swartz at Intermix by Deidre Knight
USA Today bestselling author Marilyn Pappano’s next two books, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin Romantic Suspense, in a nice deal by Melissa Jeglinski
Michelle Dayton’s FAST RIDE, in which an argument over a fender bender turns into a hot one-night stand, and the resulting fake relationship turns very
Wendy Roberts’s A GRAVE PERIL, book three in the BODIES OF EVIDENCE series, about a woman struggling with personal issues while solving crimes thanks to
Jules Bennett’s book five in the new Texas Cattleman’s Club: Houston continuity series, to Stacy Boyd at Harlequin Desire by Elaine Spencer
Elizabeth Mowers’s MOON OVER MARQUETTE, in which a struggling single mother, fighting to protect her son from her abusive ex-husband, comes face to face with
Japanese rights to Nalini Singh’s HEART OF OBSIDIAN, to Fuso, by Whitney Lee at The Fielding Agency on behalf of Elaine Spencer
– Peter Vronsky’s ORIGINAL SONS OF CAIN, to Brilliance Audio by Elaine Spencer
Bryan Kozlowski’s THE JANE AUSTEN DIET: Discovering Austen’s Secrets to an Incandescently Happy Life, a retrospective look at Austen’s unique (and scientifically brilliant) approach to
Ella Quinn’s I’LL ALWAYS LOVE YOU, a novella featuring characters from her ongoing series, The Worthingtons, to John Scognamiglio at Kensington by Janna Bonikowski
Julia Watts’s QUIVER, in which an evangelical Christian teen befriends her new neighbor, who is gender fluid, and re-examines her future and her beliefs, to
Sally Malcolm’s PERFECT DAY, pitched as a contemporary male/male retelling of Jane Austen’s Persuasion, starring a now-famous Hollywood actor and the man he left behind,
David Coe’s TIME’S CHILDREN and TIME’S DEMON, the first two books in an epic fantasy series set in a world of island nations, shifting alliances
Turkish rights to Rachel Caine’s PAPER AND FIRE, to Alfa, in a nice deal by Fusun Kayi of Kayi Literary Agency on behalf of Lucienne
David Coe’s KNIGHTFALL series, an original tie-in to the History Channel’s new Knightfall series about the Knights Templar, to Gary Budden at Titan Books by
Darcie Wilde’s three new mysteries in the Rosalind Thorne series set in Regency England, to Wendy McCurdy at Kensington, in a nice deal by Lucienne
Maggie Black’s launch book in a new mini-continuity about witness protection set amidst the Amish community, to Emily Rodmell at Love Inspired Suspense, in a
Czech rights to David Mack’s THE MIDNIGHT FRONT and THE IRON CODEX, to Fantom Print, in a nice deal, by Kristin Olson Literary Agency on behalf of Lucienne Diver
Swedish language rights to the Hugo Award-winning novel N.K. Jemisin’s THE FIFTH SEASON, to Norstedts, in a nice deal, by Philip Sane of the Lennart Sane Agency on behalf of Lucienne
Czech language rights to N.K. Jemisin’s THE OBELISK GATE, THE KILLING MOON, THE SHATTERED SUN, to Host, in a nice deal, by Kristin Olson of the Kristin Olson Literary Agency on
Portuguese rights (excluding Brazil) to N.K. Jemisin’s THE FIFTH SEASON, her Hugo Award-winning novel, to Relogio D’Agua, in a nice deal, by Montse Yanez of the Julio F-Yanez Agency on behalf
Judith Huang’s THE UTOPIA MACHINE, a dystopian science-fiction novel set in a futuristic Singapore, to Jason Erik Lundberg at Epigram Books in a nice deal
ZA Maxfield’s new contemporary m/m romance trilogy with suspense elements—PLUMMET TO SOAR, HAWAII FIVE UH-OH, and THREE BLOG NIGHT—to Lynn West at Dreamspinner Press in
Portuguese rights throughout Brazil to N.K. Jemisin’s THE HUNDRED THOUSAND KINGDOMS, THE BROKEN KINGDOMS, THE KINGDOM OF GODS, of The Inheritance Trilogy, to Record, in a
Kate Pearce’s next three Morgan Ranch contemporary romances, set on a dude ranch in Northern California, to John Scognamiglio at Kensington in a very nice
Cat Sebastian’s IT TAKES TWO TO TUMBLE, the first book in her Seducing the Sedgwicks trilogy of m/m regency romances, in which a domineering sea
Anne Marsh’s THE BIG ONE, a contemporary romance, to Steve Feldberg at Audible Originals, by Deidre Knight
Cat Sebastian’s untitled story, in which a burnt-out spy and a village doctor solve a murder at Christmastime in 1940s England, to Sarah Lyons at
Cara Lockwood’s THE SHARK AND I, a contemporary romance, to Steve Feldberg at Audible Originals, by Deidre Knight