Renee Rosen named on Chicago’s NewCity 50 Lit List

Who Really Books in Chicago!! – Like her heroines, Renee Rosen has made her big debut, and she’s got a specialty—strong-willed women and Chicago history. Her first adult novel, “Dollface,” was released in November and featured flappers and gangsters set right here in Capone’s backyard. “What the Lady Wants,” Rosen’s second novel, will drop in November, and delves into the infamous romance between Delia Spencer and Marshall Field. – See more at:

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A wonderful review!

Patience Griffin’s debut, TO SCOTLAND WITH LOVE – “With a setting like coastal Scotland, and wonderful characters that are easy to fall in love with, this debut book is a must read this summer for any fan of a real, raw and charming romance…”

To Scotland with Love by Patience Griffin

Congratulations on another great review!

Jeanne Mackin’s THE BEAUTIFUL AMERICAN – “Mackin has a style that requires little coaxing to encourage the reader to turn to the next page. She is the epitome of a story teller in that her opening to The Beautiful American immediately hooks her readership and convinces them that they have just come across a must read. ..”

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Laura Trentham’s A BRAZEN BARGAIN, in which the sister of a duke is forced to settle her brother’s gaming debt by working as a servant at the country estate of the gruff, scarred former spy, not expecting the passion that flares between them even as her brother’s past threatens their chance at a future together, to Jessica Corra at Samhain Publishing.


DOLLFACE and WHAT THE LADY WANTS author Renee Rosen’s untitled third novel, about a female cub reporter at the Chicago Tribune in the 1950s caught between her personal desires and professional ambitions becomes embroiled in a national conspiracy to steal the presidential election for JFK, pitched as House of Cards meets Mad Men, again to Claire Zion at Penguin, for publication in Fall 2015.