Christopher Ferguson’s How Madness Changed History, exploring how the steady course of history is often upended by some mad soul bent on chaos.
Stacy Reid’s My Darling Duke, in which in a bid to save her family from a life of indignities, Miss Katherine Danvers claims to be the fiancée of the enigmatic Duke of Thornton and is devastated when the reclusive duke who has been away from society for ten years suddenly appears.
Marina Adair’s NEED YOU FOR KEEPS (to be retitled WEDDING IN THE VINEYARD for the film), to Jim Head, Head First Productions in association with Muse Entertainment, to air on Hallmark Channel.
Jennifer Snow’s MISTLETOE RESCUE, the search-and-rescue themed holiday romance, where a stressed-out surgeon is forced to take a vacation and discovers love, friendship and adventure in an Alaskan ski village, in a 3-book deal.
USA Today bestseller Stefanie London’s next romantic comedy, billed as The Proposal in Australia where an American woman is determined to escape her past by creating her perfect life in an Australian seaside town, and all she needs to do is speed up the falling in love process with the help of the grumpy but scorching hot Aussie surfer next door.
USA Today bestselling author Stefanie London’s newest series, in which a secret millionaire goes undercover as the husband of the prickly detective who’s hated him since their police academy days, in a 3-book deal.
Claire McEwen’s new romance trilogy, in which a rugged cowboy and a determined scientist face off over the fate of a rogue mountain lion and are forced to confront their shared past, the love they had, and the tragedy that tore them apart.
USA Today bestselling author Renee Ann Miller’s fourth book in her Infamous Lords Series in which a roguish baron sets out to marry a lady because of her dowry but ends up falling in love with her and inadvertently placing her in grave danger in a 3-book deal.
Peter Economy’s The New Manager Solution, the essential guide for every new manager — and for established managers who want to take their leadership skills to an entirely new level.
Film rights to Rachel Hargrove’s SICK GIRL, in which a woman stricken with cancer decides to spend her remaining time with the man she loves most–but her plan to kill his wife unravels a secret darker than death.