Danica Winters’s JUST LIKE HER, a sexy, riveting, romantic thriller based on a true story in which a woman must face her father’s demons and, in doing so, quickly learns her deadliest enemies may be the people closest to her, in a 3-book deal.
Joanna Schaffhausen’s fourth book in the Ellery Hathaway series, in which Ellery Hathaway and Reed Markham uncover layers of secrets when the daughter of a prominent Boston family is kidnapped, in a 2-book deal.
Shannon Baker’s The Desert Behind Me, a twisty dark suspense about an Arizona Ranger who must overcome her past to prevent tragedy from striking again, in a 3-book deal.
Marina Adair’s’s WHEN IN ROME, a humorous and heartening take on Three Men and a Baby meets 27 Dresses, in which a newly single nurse who sets out on an exotic—and man-free—adventure gets stranded in a coastal Rhode Island town full of eccentric residents, nosy neighbors, and an infuriatingly sexy bunkmate who makes her question her man-free diet.
Andy Wolfendon’s FISHERMEN’S COURT, in which a fatal mistake on a drunken night in college comes back to haunt a troubled artist after eighteen years, threatening his friendships, his sanity, and his life.
Cara Connelly’s The Wedding Dance, the next novel in the internationally bestselling Save the Date series, where being the prize in a charity auction lands mega movie star Cash Sullivan in a mess that only former starlet Maribelle Monroe can clean up, but why should she help the guy who tanked her career.
Dorothy St. James’s THE BROKEN SPINE, in which a small-town librarian sets up a secret book room in her newly modernized library, and she discovers that protecting the printed word is harder than she’d ever imagined and, in fact, can be murder in a 3-book deal.
Huge congratulations to Mary McCoy, whose YA novel I, CLAUDIA has been selected for the prestigious Printz Honor award by the American Library Association!
Poet and performance artist Candice Iloh’s ADA, a debut novel-in-verse set during freshman year of college at an HBCU, in which a Nigerian-American teen must grapple with her family’s expectations and her own childhood trauma when she begins taking dance classes that cause her to reimagine how she defines herself and what she wants from her future, to Andrew Karre at Dutton Children’s, in a very nice deal, at auction, in a two-book deal, for publication in fall 2020.
Nichole Severn’s BLACKHAWK SECURITY series, in which an elite team of specialists with backgrounds ranging from ex-special forces to profiling, offers protective services for clients whose lives are endangered, but there’s more at stake than saving lives — they must also save their futures, in a 4-book deal.