TJ Klune's THE HOUSE IN THE CERULEAN SEA, to Oakla (Japan), by Tuttle-Mori; also to Alma Littera (Lithuania), by Graal; to Grada Slovakia (Slovak Republic), at auction, by Kristin Olson Literary Agency; to Infinito Particular (Portugal), by Sandra Biel Piera at International Editors'; to Bokafelagid (Iceland), and to
Hanna Earnest writing as H.E. Dare's QUEEN OF DUST, pitched as Anastasia meets The Bodyguard, in which a seductress returning to her home planet must guard her heart against the enemy soldier assigned to protect her, to Stephanie Doig at Carina Press, by Elaine Spencer
Karen Whiddon's TORN APART IN TEXAS, about a former police officer who goes searching for his missing daughter and finds what he's looking for and more, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin Romantic Suspense, in a nice four-book deal, by Lucienne Diver
Lauren Parvizi's LA VIE, ACCORDING TO ROSE, in which a young woman, suffocated by her overbearing family, grieving her Iranian father, and stuck in a dead-end tech job, takes a long-overdue vacation to Paris that spirals into a life-changing adventure, to Melissa Valentine at Lake Union
Author of ARCHANGEL'S LIGHT Nalini Singh's books 16 through 18 in her Guild Hunter series, to Cindy Hwang at Berkley in a significant three-book deal, by Nephele Tempest
Author of QUIET IN HER BONES Nalini Singh's next stand-alone thrillers, once again set in New Zealand, to Cindy Hwang at Berkley in a two-book deal, by Nephele Tempest
Shannon Bright's EVERY WISH WAY, in which a reasonable woman accidentally summons an unreasonable djinn who scatters her plans every which way when the perfect man she wishes for proves to be more mistake than magic, to Holly Ingraham at Alcove Pres, in a nice deal, by Lucienne Diver
Karen Booth's THE SIXTY-DAY SWAP, a duology in which former college roommates decide to trade homes for two months and find their vastly different lives forever changed, preceded by an untitled book, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin Desire in a nice three-book deal, by Melissa Jeglinski
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