Author of THE AUSTEN PLAYBOOK Lucy Parker's BATTLE ROYAL, beginning The Palace Insiders series with an enemies-to-lovers story of two rival bakers competing to create a showstopping cake for the royal wedding of the decade, to Elle Keck at Avon in a very nice two-book pre
Laura Hunter and Jennifer Walker's MOMS ON CALL BASIC BABY CARE, to AST (Russian Federation), by Nova Littera on behalf of Elaine Spencer
Cat Sebastian's A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO CAPITAL CRIME, a Georgian historical romance about a dashing highwayman and the disgraced aristocrat who tempts him out of retirement as they join forces to bring down a common enemy, to Elle Keck at Avon in a nice two-book deal, by
Global leadership speaker and Oprah-featured author Fawn Germer's COMING BACK, providing tactics and perspectives for mid- and late-career professionals who have been pushed aside, cast out, or are returning to the workforce after raising a family, to George Witte at St. Martin's in a pre-empt
Ruby winner Madison Michaels's THE BATCHELOR BARGAIN, in which an enterprising lady and a notorious crime lord strike a bargain to critique and expose bachelors who seek to prey upon innocent ladies, to Stacy Cantor Abrams at Entangled Amara in a three-book deal, by Pamela Harty
Melonie Johnson's TOO GOOD TO BE REAL, in which a skeptical reporter covering the grand opening of a resort that promises to provide guests with the "romantic comedy experience of their dreams" stumbles upon her own meet-cute with the prickly programmer in charge of creating the simulated rom
Cathryn Fox's untitled books, in which a dating app for women that creates competition between men and women leads to a lot of fun, to Kathleen Scheibling at Harlequin Dare in a three-book deal, by Elaine Spencer
Elizabeth Mowers's first two books in the Lake Roseley series, to Kathryn Lye at Harlequin Heartwarming in a two-book deal, by Pamela Harty
Nekesa Afia's DEAD DEAD GIRLS, in which a black girl in 1920s Harlem must push herself past the limits of her fears, her past, and the prejudices of New York City society to catch a killer, to Michelle Vega at Berkley in a nice two-book deal, by Travis
Syndi Powell's THE CUTHBERT COUSINS, to Kathryn Lye at Harlequin Heartwarming in a three-book deal, by Pamela Harty
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