French rights to Cat Sebastian's THE LAWRENCE BROWNE AFFAIR, to Bragelonne, by Anne Lenclud at the Lenclud Literary Agency on behalf of Elaine Spencer
Sarah Zettel's THE OTHER SISTER, a drama of family betrayal and the bonds of sisterhood, set in Northern Michigan, to Beth de Guzman of Grand Central, in a very nice deal, in a pre-empt, by Lucienne Diver
Joy Avery's next three titles, to Shannon Criss at Harlequin Kimani, by Elaine Spencer
Karen Booth's next four titles, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin Desire, in a nice deal by Melissa Jeglinski
Mia Hopkins's EASTSIDE BREWERY trilogy, a contemporary romance series in which a family of ex-cons fight to sever gang ties and start a craft brewery in East Los Angeles, to Sue Grimshaw at Loveswept by Deidre Knight and Heather Tebbs
Cassie Miles's THE GIRL WHO COULDN'T STAY DEAD, after a car accident, a woman winds up in a coma and a sheriff hero investigates, to Allison Lyons at Harlequin Intrigue, in a nice deal by Melissa Jeglinski
Amy Jarecki's HIGHLAND CHIEFTAIN, the next in The Lords of the Highlands series about powerful Scottish Jacobites and their spirited women as they battle thorough perilous encounters with red-coated dragoons, to Leah Hultenschmidt at Grand Central, in a two-book deal by Elaine Spencer
R.S. Belcher's BROTHERHOOD OF THE WHEEL series, to ITV Studios America (AQUARIUS, TEXAS RISING) with Little Engine (SAINTS AND STRANGERS) producing, by Sean Daily at Hotchkiss and Associates on behalf of Lucienne Diver
Gena Showalter's new contemporary YA series, where an average teen discovers she's actually the Evil Queen in fairytales, to Dianne Moggy of Harlequin, with Natashya Wilson editing, as well as two more books in her Lords of the Underworld Series, with Emily Ohanjanians editing, in a major deal
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Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania
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PNLA & Associati Srl
Kristin Olson Literary Agency
Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Central and South America
Agencia Literaria, S.L.
Thomas Schlück Literary Agency
Anne Lenclud or Pierre Lenclud
Agence Litteraire Lenclud
Read N Right Agency
Kayi Literary Agency Ltd.
Katai & Bolza Literary Agents
The Israeli Association of Book Publishers Ltd.
Poland, Albania, Slovenia
Nova Littera Ltd
Tuttle-Mori Agency, Inc.
Duran Kim Agency
Scandinavia & The Netherlands
Lennart Sane Agency AB
China, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam