New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Susan Krinard's PRINCE OF WOLVES, PRINCE OF DREAMS, PRINCE OF SHADOWS, THE FOREST LORD, TWICE A HERO, BODY AND SOUL, STAR-CROSSED, and KINSMAN'S OATH, reissues of bestselling paranormal and futuristic romance novels, to Betsy Mitchell at Open Road Media
Karen Whiddon's THE SPY SWITCH books one through four, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin in a nice four-book deal, by Lucienne Diver
Karen Booth's LITTLE BLACK BOOK OF SECRETS, a trilogy in which an infamous diary's contents are anonymously leaked, threatening to undermine several powerful families and leading to unexpected romantic couplings, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin Desire in a nice three-book deal, by Melissa Jeglinski
Lilith Saintcrow's THE BLACK GOD'S HEART and a sequel, a fantasy duology pitched as in the vein of John Wick meets American Gods, to Claire Eddy at Tor in a very nice two-book deal for publication in 2022, by Lucienne Diver
Kara McDowell's JUST FOR CLICKS, to Loewe (Germany), by Kathrin Nehm at Thomas Schlueck Agency on behalf of The Knight Agency.
USA Today bestselling author Avery Flynn's WITCHA GONNA DO, about a magical dud who runs her all-powerful family's social media accounts and accidentally causes a snafu of epic proportions, to Kristine Swartz at Berkley in an exclusive submission for a two-book deal, by Elaine Spencer
Willa Reece's WILDWOOD WHISPERS, in which a young woman travels to a sleepy Southern town to bury her best friend and discovers a place filled with hope, magic, and dark secrets, to Nivia Evans at Redhook in a very nice two-book deal, by Lucienne Diver
Casie Bazay's NOT OUR SUMMER, in which two estranged cousins must complete their deceased grandfather's bucket list in order to earn their inheritance, to Britny Brooks at Running Press in a nice deal, by Janna Bonikowski
Jules Bennett's CHRISTMAS ON PEACH TREE LANE, in which a Christmas-loving event planner meets her match in a humbug bachelor with an unexpected inheritance, to Kerri Buckley at Carina Press for publication in fall 2020, by Elaine Spencer
Author of TWEET CUTE Emma Lord's next two untitled books, the first of which is pitched as Mamma Mia meets The Devil Wears Prada—a rom-com set in New York City, in which a loudmouthed Broadway hopeful has narrowed her long-lost mom down to three women, and has
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