Five-time Golden Heart finalist Nan Dixon’s SOUTHERN COMFORTS, about a woman struggling to keep the family’s B&B afloat along with her sisters & the wealthy real estate developer who comes to stay for a few months while he works on a renovation project & ducks his mother’s matchmaking, to Megan Long at Harlequin Superromance, in a nice deal, for publication in December 2014, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
Monique Domovitch writing as Carol Ann Martin’s fourth book in her Weaving Mystery series, to Christina Brower at NAL, for publication in 2015 by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency
USA Today Bestselling Author Nana Malone’s novellas SYN CITY, about a buttoned-up rule-follower and a carefree playboy who battle it out for their hearts and the ultimate dream job, and MISTLETOE MANTRA, about a Grinch-like workaholic who makes a bargain with her childhood best friend just for the holidays, to Glenda Howard at Harlequin Kimani by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency
Children’s: Middle Grade: Justin Matott’s JIM NASIUM, about a boy named Jim Nasium who is horrible at sports and desperately wants to live up to his name and be the next gym class hero, to Donald Lemke at Capstone, in a four-book deal, by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency
Victoria Morgan’s THE DAUGHTER OF AN EARL, a daring woman teams up with a ruthless American businessman to investigate the mystery of her fiance’s murder and in the process, she confronts the dark secrets of her past as well as the desires in her heart, to Leis Pederson at Berkley Sensation, in a nice deal, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
Soraya Nicholas’s HORSE CRAZY series of middle grade mystery novels, featuring a horse-mad girl and her two friends who explore friendship & adventure while staying at her Aunt & Uncle’s farm during summer vacation, to Lisa Riley at Penguin Australia, in a four-book deal, for publication in 2016, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
Cara McKenna’s three menage-themed erotic romances beginning with PERFECT STRANGER, about a married couple who invites a sexy alpha stranger into their bed in order to play out their fantasies, to Claire Zion at Intermix, in a three-book deal, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency (World English).
Translation: Taryn Fagerness Agency
Jenn Bennett’s GRAVE PHANTOMS, in which a flapper pursues a forbidden romance with her bootlegging brother’s second-in-command during a historic storm that beaches a long-lost boat filled with people who shouldn’t be alive, to Leis Pederson at Berkley Sensation, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency (World English).
Translation: Taryn Fagerness Agency
Soraya Lane’s next two contemporary romances, to Kathryn Cheshire at Harlequin Romance, in a nice deal, in a two-book deal, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency (World).
Janey Mack’s TIME’S UP, book 1 in the Maisie McGrane mystery series in which a scrappy meter maid who’ll do anything to get onto the police force quickly discovers Chicago’s murder and corruption are nothing compared to the perils of deceiving her Irish family of cops and ex-Army Ranger boyfriend, to Martin Biro at Kensington, in a nice deal, in a three-book deal, for publication beginning in summer 2015, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
Katie Lane’s new contemporary romance series featuring three Southern brothers who inherit a billion dollar French lingerie company, to Alex Logan at Grand Central, in a three-book deal, for publication in starting late 2015, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.