Dakota Cassidy's HOW THE WITCH STOLE CHRISTMAS, to Daniel Totten at Tantor Media by Elaine Spencer
New York Times bestselling author Shirley Jump's women's fiction series, in which four sisters running a third-generation bakery in Irish Catholic Dorchester, Massachusetts, face dark family secrets after one of the sisters is suddenly widowed, to Alex Logan at Grand Central, in a nice two-book deal
USA Today bestselling author Debbie Mason's next four books in the Harmony Harbor series, to Alex Logan at Grand Central, in a good deal by Pamela Harty
Lisa Childs's BACHELOR BODYGUARDS, in which a secret agency takes on high-stakes cases and even more dangerous clients, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin Romantic Suspense for publication in April 2018, in a nice six-book deal by Melissa Jeglinski
Rhonda Rhea and Beth Duewel's FIX-HER UPPER: HOPE AND LAUGHTER THROUGH A GOD RENOVATED LIFE, which uses humor to remind every woman whose heart feels a little worn that we have a magnificent God who loves to fix the broken, to Karen Porter at Bold Vision Books, by
Juice Lady Cherie Calbom's SOUPING IT UP and SIPPING SKINNY, to Maureen Eha at Strang Communications, in a nice deal by Pamela Harty
Patricia Sands' DRAWING LESSONS, set in the countryside of southern France, where an artists' workshop reveals unexpected truths to the sixty-two-year-old protagonist, to Miriam Juskowicz at Lake Union Publishing, in a nice deal by Pamela Harty
Hailey Edwards's BAYOU BORN, BONE DRIVEN, and DEATH KNELL, to Anna Boatman at Piatkus for publication in October 2017, by Lucienne Diver
Maddison Michaels's debut THE DEVIL DUKE, in which an eccentric bluestocking agrees to a marriage of convenience with a notorious duke, unaware that a killer hellbent on silencing her at all costs is lurking in the shadows of the duke's past, to Tracy Montoya at Entangled Select Historical
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