Certified nutritionists and authors of Almost Keto Aimee Aristotelous and Richard Oliva's THE 30-DAY KETOGENIC PLAN: KETO MEAL PLANS TO KICK YOUR SUGAR HABIT AND MAKE YOUR GUT A FAT BURNING MACHINE, which breaks down the science behind the diet trend, to Leah Zarra at Skyhorse in a
Deborah Blake's FURBIDDEN FATALITIES, the first in her new pet rescue mystery series—about a recent lottery winner who decides to spend her unexpected windfall on a defunct shelter, only to quickly find herself the main suspect in the murder of the town's nasty dog warden—to Michelle Vega at
Karen Booth's untitled contribution to the next installment of the Texas Cattleman's Club continuity series, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin Desire in a nice deal for publication in April 2021, by Melissa Jeglinski
Dakota Cassidy's YOU DROPPED A BLONDE ON ME, BURNING DOWN THE SPOUSE, and WALTZ THIS WAY, to Daniel Totten at Tantor Media in a three-book deal, by Elaine Spencer
Sharon Cooper's first two untitled entries in the author's Sin City miniseries, featuring the high-stakes romances of security experts, employees, and agents affiliated with a fictional executive protection agency, to Carly Silver at Harlequin Romantic Suspense in a two-book deal for publication in April 2021, by
Deborah Blake's MODERN WITCHCRAFT: GODDESS EMPOWERMENT FOR THE KICK-ASS WOMAN, to 2020 Editora (Portugal), by Montse Yanez at Julio F-Yanez Agency on behalf of Elaine Spencer
Annabelle Greene's THE VICAR AND THE RAKE, in which a duke on the run from a vengeful enemy finds refuge in his home village and is forced to make peace with the childhood friend he left behind (now the local vicar), to Stephanie Doig at Carina Press in a
Sarah Warburton's debut, ONCE TWO SISTERS, in which one sister goes missing and the other has to prove her innocence by dredging up secrets and memories better left in the past, to Terri Bischoff at Crooked Lane in a nice two-book deal for publication in fall 2020, by
Christina Henry's NEAR THE BONE, in which a woman imprisoned by her abusive husband on a wintry mountain has to survive more than one monster if she wants to journey back to civilization, along with an untitled dark book pitched as a retelling of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
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