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 through perilous encounters with red-coated dragoons, to Leah Hultenschmidt at Grand Central in a two-book deal by Elaine Spencer
Aimie Runyan's GIRLS ON THE LINE, about a brave young woman who defies convention and her family's wishes to serve as an operator in the US Army Signal Corps during the final year of World War I, to Chris Werner at Lake Union Publishing by Melissa Jeglinski
Barbara Hancock's next shifter romance, to Megan Broderick at Harlequin Nocturne, in a nice deal by Lucienne Diver
Nalini Singh's next two books in her GUILD HUNTER series, to Ron Formica at Tantor Audio by Nephele Tempest
Heatherly Bell's STARLIGHT HILL series, to Nicole Op Den Bosch at Audible, by Elaine Spencer
Kimberley Troutte's new PLUNDER COVE series, in which a corporate pirate seeking redemption for past crimes entices his grown children back to Plunder Cove to convert the family mansion into a luxury resort, to Stacy Boyd at Harlequin Desire by Elaine Spencer
Susan Meier's next three books, to Nicola Caws at Harlequin, in a nice deal by Melissa Jeglinski
Turkish rights to Ramez Naam's NEXUS, the first book in the Nexus trilogy, to Panama, in a nice deal by Kayi Literary Agency on behalf of Lucienne Diver
Hungarian rights to N.K. Jemisin's Hugo Award-winning THE OBELISK GATE, to Agave Konyvek, in a nice deal by Peter Bolza of Katai & Bolza on behalf of Lucienne Diver
Annabeth Albert's MAY YOU ALWAYS, in which a stranded soldier playing Santa is adopted for the season by a younger man determined to give him a good holiday of his own, to Sarah Lyons at Riptide Publishing (for Riptide's annual charity bundle, with a percentage of proceeds going to charity), by Deidre
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