Carla Cassidy, Emmy Curtis, Janie Crouch and Tyler Anne Snell’s TOUGH JUSTICE: COUNTDOWN, in which a serial bomber targeting some of the most influential people in New York sets his sights on an FBI Agent, forcing her to confront her darkest secrets–and compromise everything she believes about law and order, to Patience Bloom, Allison Lyons, and Tahra Seplowin at Harlequin Serials, for publication in February 2017, by Laura Blake Peterson at Curtis Brown, for Cassidy, Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency for Curtis, and Jill Marsal at Marsal Lyon Literary Agency for Snell.
Lee Kilraine’s next two books in the Cates Brothers series, again to Esi Sogah at Lyrical Press, in a two-book deal, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
2016 Golden Heart Finalist Layla Reyne’s SINGLE MALT, the first book in the Irish-Whiskey male/male romantic suspense series, about a widowed FBI agent who falls for his handsome, younger partner as they investigate cybercrime cases and the murder of his late husband, to Angela James at Carina Press, in a three-book deal, for publication in beginning early 2017, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency (World English).
Soraya Lane’s COWBOY STOLE MY HEART, the first book in the River Ranch series, in which a wealthy Texas heiress meets her match in a rough-talking horse whisperer, again to Holly Ingraham at St. Martin’s, in a nice deal, in a two-book deal, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency (World English).
Contributor to The New Yorker’s Page-Turner, Vogue, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and Buzzfeed, essayist Morgan Jerkins’s THIS WILL BE MY UNDOING, a linked collection of essays in which she functions as both writer and subject to explore the dilemma of what it is to be a black woman, drawing connections between herself, the black community, pop culture, and society, to Hannah Wood at Harper Perennial, at auction, by Monica Odom at Bradford Literary Agency (World).
Danish rights to Jenn Bennett’s ALEX, APPROXIMATELY, to Lovebooks, by Mo Literary Services, on behalf of Taryn Fagerness Agency and Laura Bradford of Bradford Literary Agency.
Joss Wood’s untitled book in a new series about the Ballantynes, a wealthy family with a vast international gem & luxury jewelry empire, to Stacy Boyd at Harlequin Desire, in a two-book deal, for publication in beginning 2017, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
Rachel Lynn Solomon’s FINGERS CROSSED, in which twin sisters navigate first love, their Jewish identity, and opposite results from a genetic test that determines their fate – whether they inherited their mother’s Huntington’s disease, plus a second novel which examines the aftermath of a kidney transplant between best friends, to Jennifer Ung at Simon Pulse, in a two-book deal, for publication in beginning 2018, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency (World English).
Amber Bardan’s SNAKE, in which a woman attempting to escape an island where she’s being held by an arms-dealing madman, discovers nothing is as it seems, including her own memories, to Angela James at Carina Press, for publication in early 2017, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency (World English).
Author Natalie Zaman and illustrator Wendy Martin’s COLOR YOUR WISHES, a coloring book combining words with the meditative act of coloring to actively engage readers in personal manifestation, to Elysia Gallo at Llewellyn, by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency.