Kensington Books says they receive fewer submissions of historical novels, and their previously published authors have switched to contemporary.
This book caught the attention of Kensington Books and they signed Laurel to a multi-book deal.
It was published in July 2012 by Kensington Books.
It was first published on February 1, 2007 by Kensington Books as a trade paperback original.
In October 2007, his fourth book, Skin Game, was published by Kensington Books.
Ford's second novel for Kensington Books, Looking for It, was published in the summer of 2004.
The book was first published on March 1, 2000 in hardback through Kensington Books.
Etchison's novelization was distributed by Kensington Books and became a bestseller.
The next most prolific publisher was Kensington Books, which released only 219 romance titles.
Her first novel sold in 1999, to Kensington Books.