Joss Wood’s contribution to the next Texas Cattleman’s Club series, where a bachelor auction and matchmaking go awry and lead to love, to Stacy Boyd at Harlequin Desire, in a nice deal, for publication in February 2019, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency (World).
Archive for October, 2017
Katee Robert’s third HIDDEN SINS novel, in which a cadaver dog trainer must partner with an FBI agent when bodies start showing up, mirroring the massacre she escaped a decade prior, to Christopher Werner at Montlake Romance, for publication mid 2018, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
Lee Kilraine’s contemporary series about the Thorne brothers, reunited after a rough childhood separated them and now working to make their construction firm a success–they think they are prepared to handle anything but when it comes to love, they were wrong, to Esi Sogah at Lyrical Press Shine, for publication beginning mid-2018, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
Layla Reyne’s next m/m romantic suspense trilogy, an Agents Irish and Whiskey spin-off featuring a kidnap and rescue agent and the Federal prosecutor he’s been circling for months, to Angela James at Carina Press, in a three-book deal, for publication in 2018/2019, by Laura Bradford of the Bradford Literary Agency (World English).
Katee Robert’s next two contemporary stories, to Kathleen Scheibling at Harlequin Dare, in a nice deal, in a two-book deal, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency (World).
Laura Pohl’s THE LAST 8, a sci-fi duology, about a young Latina pilot who finds herself grounded and alone after a devastating alien attack, but finds hope in an unlikely group of survivors who aren’t what they seem, to Annie Berger at Sourcebooks Fire, in a two-book deal, for publication in 2019 and 2020, by Sarah LaPolla at Bradford Literary Agency (World English).
Italian rights to Megan Hart’s ALL THE LIES WE TELL and ALL THE SECRETS WE KEEP, to Harper Italia, by Alexandra Levenberg at Amazon Publishing, in association with Thesis Contents Agency. The author’s agent is Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
Author of Allegedly Tiffany Jackson’s LET ME HEAR A RHYME, set in Brooklyn in 1998, about two teenage boys who plot to turn their murdered friend into a major rap star by pretending he is still alive, all while dealing with the fallout of the truth behind his death, to Ben Rosenthal at Katherine Tegen Books, in a good deal, in a two-book deal, by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency (World English). Translation: firstname.lastname@example.org