A.M. Stuart’s SINGAPORE SAPPHIRE, set in 1910, in which a British former suffragette attempts to gain financial independence as a private secretary in colonial Singapore, but when her first client is murdered, she is drawn into a complex web of old secrets, stolen gemstones and a mysterious gang of thieves.
NYT bestselling author of AMERICA’S FIRST DAUGHTER and MY DEAR HAMILTON, Stephanie Dray’s THE WOMEN OF CHAVANIAC, based on the little-known but true stories of three extraordinary women, who found courage and defied their circumstances in times of war — the French Revolution, WWI, WWII—at a castle in the mountains of France once belonging to the Marquis de Lafayette
NYT and USA Today bestselling author Stacy Finz’ COWBOY UP, the first book in the Dry Creek Ranch series about a burned-out FBI agent who learns he has an orphaned twelve-year-old daughter and decides to raise her on his late grandfather’s ranch, finding help from an unusual ally — the town’s piraya, in a 3-book deal.
Author of THE LAST PLACE YOU LOOK Kristen Lepionka’s THE STORIES YOU TELL, in which a PI fights to keep her brother out of jail when he’s the last person to see a hip young DJ before she disappears—under unusual circumstances that get even stranger as she discovers links to a murdered cop and to a new nightclub whose staff has suddenly vanished as well, in a 2-book deal.
Sandy Stark-McGinnis’s debut EXTRAORDINARY BIRDS, in which an eleven-year-old girl who has grown up in the foster system believes that one day she will transform into a bird and fly away, but when she’s placed with a foster mom who runs a wildlife rescue, she gains a new perspective on family and home, to Allison Moore at Bloomsbury Children’s, in a very nice deal, in a two-book deal, for publication in Spring 2019.
The next two books in Frank Cole’s middle-grade POTION MASTERS series, featuring more humorous adventures of a young potion-maker-in-training and his friends.
Jamie Beck’s THE PROMISE OF US, the second book in an upcoming new series about resilience and rebuilding trust among friends and great loves, in a 2-book deal.
Carrie Nichols’s next two novels in the author’s Small-Town Sweethearts series, set in the town of Loon Lake.
Kate Bateman’s A GOOD EARL IS HARD TO FIND, first in the Bow Street Bachelors series of Regency romances, in which a young heiress hatches a scheme to marry a condemned man in order to fend off fortune-hunting suitors, but the plan goes awry when she realizes the supposed convict she’s wed is actually a roguish nobleman in disguise — who is very much alive, to Jennie Conway at St. Martin’s, in a three-book deal, for publication in Fall 2019.