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Sunday, September 11, 2005

Publishing News

Here are the latest deals at Publishers Marketplace under Woman's/Romance:

Kathy Caskie's HOW TO SEDUCE A DUKE, HOW TO ENGAGE AN EARL, HOW TO PROPOSE TO A PRINCE, a humorous regency-set trilogy about the three Royle sisters, each determined to find her own Prince Charming, while working together to uncover the truth of their secret lineage, to Lucia Macro at Avon, in a very nice deal, by Jenny Bent at Trident Media Group (world English).

Jane Graves's untitled novel, about a spoiled trophy wife desperate to snag another rich man after her deserting husband leaves her penniless, who finds her money-first mentality turned upside down when she falls for the sexy repo man who makes off with her Mercedes, to Michele Bidelspach at Warner, in a two-book deal, by Evan Fogelman of the Fogelman Literary Agency.

Jane Graves's untitled novel about four women who meet in a court-ordered anger management class, and soon discover that the crises in their lives are best solved not by classroom exercises but by their unlikely friendships with each other, to Jennifer Green at Harlequin Next, by Evan Fogelman of the Fogelman Literary Agency.

Paula Quinn's Lord of Seduction, the third in her historical romance series, and an untitled novel, to Devi Pillai at Warner Forever, by Andrea Somberg at Harvey Klinger.

Jana DeLeon's RUMBLE ON THE BAYOU, a humorous mystery in which big city crime visits a small town, and an arrogant city slicker DEA agent clashes with the very sexy local game warden, to Leah Hultenschmidt at Dorchester, in a nice deal, by Kristin Nelson of Nelson Literary Agency (NA). Translation rights:

Author of Nice Girls Finish First Alesia Holliday's dark paranormal romance ATLANTIS RISING, about a race of Atlantaen warriors tasked to protect mankind in its darkest hour, to Cindy Hwang at Berkley, in a two-book deal, by Steve Axelrod at The Axelrod Agency (NA).

DeborahAnne MacGillivray's CHALLON'S LADY, which draws a knight under his English king's decree to claim a Scottish fortress, and gain a witch for a wife, to Hilary Sares at Kensington, in a two-book deal, for publication in July 2006 and September 2006, by Roberta Brown of the Brown Literary Agency.

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