Jenn Burke's ALL FIRED UP, the first book in a spin-off of her paranormal mystery series Not Dead Yet, in which a vampire PI gets reluctantly pulled onto a new case only to find that his new partner might be the real mystery, to Stephanie Doig at Carina
Joseph Crawford's JOVE BRAND IS NEAR DEATH, in which a failed actor who once disastrously portrayed a famous fictional superspy is forced to go full method and play the part for real when he is framed for the murder of his celebrated successor, to Sue Arroyo at CamCat Books
Kira Archer's untitled new romantic comedies, to Liz Pelletier at Amara in a two-book deal, by Janna Bonikowski
Michelle McLean's three untitled Victorian historical romances, for publication in February 2021, November 2021, and November 2022; and a romantic comedy featuring an aging gunslinger who wants nothing more than retirement, and the woman who only needs him for his gun, the latter in a two-book deal, to
Michelle Dayton's DISASTER GIRL, in which a mouthy, independent data recovery specialist teams up with a brilliant hacker to strike back at a sleazy internet predator, to Meghan Farrell at Tule, by Janna Bonikowski
Jules Bennett's untitled contribution to the Texas Cattleman's Club series, to Stacy Boyd at Harlequin Desire, by Elaine Spencer
Debbie Mason's next book in her Highland Falls series, to Alex Logan at Forever in a very nice deal, by Pamela Harty
Shirley Jump's New England Small Town series, in which three sisters discover their grandmother is the local Dear Abby and set out to create happy endings for her letters—unaware that grandma is already busy matchmaking happily-ever-afters for her granddaughters too—to Alex Logan at Forever in a nice
Sharon Cooper's BUSINESS (NOT) AS USUAL, an #OwnVoices romantic comedy featuring a woman determined to be a #GirlBoss by winning the lottery and building her own business, to Angela Kim at Berkley in a two-book deal for publication in 2022, by Melissa Jeglinski
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