Monday, April 30, 2012

New Release: More Than a Kiss

I'm very excited to announce my newest release is now available for your reading pleasure!

"Why two covers?" you ask? Because I paid for both, I like both, and as an indie author, I can offer both so readers can choose the one they like best. I'm actually quite curious to see if one sells better than the other.

“From the classroom to the boardroom, directors to ducklings, Stacey Joy Netzel takes you on a fun, romantic joyride with two lovable people who are just trying to do the right thing in the cutthroat world of journalism and big business.” ~ Delia DeLeest, author of NOT LOOKING FOR TROUBLE

When a kiss...

All reporter Sadie Barton wants is to be taken seriously and judged on her own merits, not her stepfather’s money. She and her actress sister left Wisconsin to get out from under his controlling thumb and leave behind the malicious whispers that they’re no better than their gold-digging mother. But California isn’t all sun and fun, and paying the rent while trying to prove herself is harder than she ever imagined. more than a kiss...

Something about Sadie drew self-made millionaire Zach Robinson—and it wasn’t just the amazing kiss they shared as impromptu actors in his company's commercial. He’s used to women being interested in his wealth, and Sadie’s fierce independence is an enticing breath of fresh air. He’s falling fast—until his brother suggests acting runs in her family and Sadie might not be exactly what she seems...

Read an EXCERPT or get your copy now...

(Dark Cover Edition)

(Sand Cover Edition)

Thanks for stopping by to check out the blog and new release, and have a great week!

Stacey Joy Netzel


  1. I like both, but think the black is sharper!

  2. You know I'm partial to darker covers but this time I'll go with the lighter sand one as it puts me in mind of CA.

    Now I'm off to buy it. I'll start reading it while I'm up for the next 48 hours watching Steven.

  3. I like both, but the sand is my favorite. :-)

  4. Thanks for weighing in everyone! Unscientificially here, the majority of writers seem to lean toward the sand cover, and the readers I've heard from have tended to 'vote' for the dark cover. Very interesting. So far there is no marked difference in sales.

  5. I like the colorful one. but the black one is very attractive, too.

  6. Thanks, Lily! And thank you for the wonderful email you sent me about LII. I appreciate the time you took to write it and will work on my reply soon.