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3 December 11th, 2013 From The Small Screen To The Page: The Bold and the Beautiful Strikes Book Deal With Publisher Pan Macmillan!

In an announcement sure to excite fans of the Forresters, Logans, and Spencers the world over, Pan Macmillan and its digital-first imprint, Momentum, will release a series of novellas based on The Bold and the Beautiful.

The novellas, to be published simultaneously in print via Pan Macmillan and digitally via Momentum, will recount new love stories created through collaboration between established romance authors and The Bold and the Beautiful Executive Producer and Head Writer Bradley P. Bell. The first two titles, Forbidden Affair by Amy Andrews and Collision Course by Shannon Curtis, will be released in February 2014. The second two titles will follow in April.

“Love stories that have yet to be seen on television can now fully ignite between the covers of these novels,” said Bell. “This partnership with Pan Macmillan and Momentum expands the choices our fans have to be entertained by the signature characters of The Bold and the Beautiful”

“Getting the opportunity to work with such a successful international brand as B&B and bring new stories to a global audience in print and digital is a hugely exciting experience for us all,” said Joel Naoum from Momentum and Claire Craig from Pan Macmillan.   The deal comes as The Bold and the Beautiful approaches its 7000th episode and 27th year on air.

What do you think about the book deal with B&B and Pan MacMillan Books? Will you be reading the new fiction novels based on your favorites from the CBS soap opera? Let us know!

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  1. mo says:

    I’m not ure if I’ll read. This Forbidden Affair looks like a romance with Bill and Steffy. I guess the books are stuff that’s not happening on air and as such, I will probably stay away.

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  2. boes says:

    The books could be printed as nothing but blank pages and still be a HUGE improvement, and far more entertaining, than the show itself is.

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  3. Mary SF says:

    Just an excuse to have more adult language (swearing) and graphic description of sex scenes. B&B uncensored. LOL.

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