Michele Hauf’s STORM WARNING, to Denise Zaza at Harlequin Intrigue in a nice two-book deal for publication in March 2019, by Pamela Harty
SOLDIER’S SECRET SON by Maggie Black, in which a military corporal is unexpectedly reunited with the only woman he’s ever loved and the son he
Debby Giusti’s untitled Love Inspired Suspense romance, part of a mini-continuity about witness protection set amidst the Amish community, to Emily Rodmell at Harlequin in
Karen Booth’s book one in the Dynasties: Secrets of the A List series, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin Desire in a nice deal for publication
Stephanie Dees’s fourth book in her Family Blessing series and three books to start The Triple Creek Ranch series, featuring brothers reunited to save their
Chloe Neill’s fourth novel in the Devil’s Isle series (which includes THE VEIL, THE SIGHT and THE HUNT), to Jessica Wade at Berkley in a
Karen Whiddon’s Colton continuity novel, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin in a nice deal, by Lucienne Diver
Christian Klaver’s SHADOWS OVER LONDON, in which the protagonist’s father tries to wall her and her siblings away to protect them from a faerie invasion—only
Jill Monroe’s new Christmas-themed contemporary HEART OF GLASS, whose protagonist’s decision to hire a renowned but secretive glass-blower to jump-start the family ornament company might
David B. Coe’s original tie-in to the History Channel’s new Knightfall series about the Knights Templar, to Gary Budden at Titan Books, via Lucienne Diver
Reese Ryan’s book two in the Dynasties: Secrets of the A List continuity series, and book 6 in the Texas Cattleman’s Club: Houston continuity series,
Reese Ryan’s next three books in her Bourbon Brothers Series, to Charles Griemsman for Harlequin Desire in a nice deal, by Pamela Harty
USA Today bestselling author Debbie Mason’s next two books in the Harmony Harbor series, to Alex Logan at Grand Central in a very nice deal,
Alli Sinclair’s BURNING FIELDS and THE CINEMA OF LOST DREAMS, a blend of romance, history and intrigue, to Esi Sogah at Lyrical Press in a
Genevieve Cogman’s INVISIBLE LIBRARY books 6, 7 and 8, following the exploits of a librarian spy as she hunts down rare books for her secretive
TJ Klune’s LGBT #ownvoices teen trilogy, THE EXTRAORDINARIES, pitched as a smartly funny, romantic series about teen superheroes and the everyday geek boy who ships
Rosemarie Ross’s COBBLERED TO DEATH, the first in the new Courtney Archer Mystery series featuring a female chef with her own cooking show who reluctantly
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Annabeth Albert’s BETTER NOT POUT, a m/m holiday romance featuring an older military hero reluctantly playing Santa and the much younger elf who shows him
Cate Glass’s AN ILLUSION OF THIEVES, in which a courtesan, a swordsmaster, a blacksmith, and a thief must use forbidden magic to pull off a
French rights to New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh’s ROCK WEDDING, to J’ai Lu by Anne Lenclud at Lenclud Literary Agency on behalf of
Kelly Powell’s CACOPHONY, in which a violinist with her own secrets must work with the local lighthouse keeper to solve a murder on an island
German rights to Terri-Lynne DeFino’s THE BAR HARBOR RETIREMENT HOME FOR FAMOUS WRITERS (AND THEIR MUSES), to Luebbe by Bastian Schlueck at Thomas Schlueck Agency
German rights to Annabeth Albert’s TRUST WITH A CHASER and TENDER WITH A TWIST, to Cursed by Sarah Knofius at Thomas Schlueck Agency on behalf
Wellness advocate and creator of the Nutritionicity blog Jana Cristofano’s EAT WELL SOON: MORE THAN 100 PLANT-BASED, GLUTEN-FREE RECIPES FOR FIRST-TIMERS TO FOODIES—a collection of
Lisa Childs’s HOT REVENGE, the first of four books in her Hotshot Heroes series about firefighters with the U.S. Forestry Service who battle the biggest
M.A. Grant’s PRINCE OF AIR AND DARKNESS, a male/male romance in which the volatile relationship between an Unseelie prince and his magical human roommate is
Shirlee McCoy’s contribution to the 2019 K-9 continuity series, to Tina James at Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense, in a nice deal by Melissa Jeglinski
Lucy Parker’s THE PLAYERS, in which Britain’s favorite fictional detectives—masters at manipulating the press, even to the extent of going along with an accidental marriage—fall
Cathryn Fox’s ON HIS KNEES, about a powerhouse lawyer who goes undercover as a bartender to catch a girl he thinks is trying to swindle
French rights to Nalini Singh’s OCEAN LIGHT, to Bragelonne by Anne Lenclud at Lenclud Literary Agency on behalf of Elaine Spencer