When Susan Sey came to me for the cover of KISS THE GIRL, I was so happy to do a contemporary design. Then she gave me her wonderfully detailed concepts. I thought Susan not only had a really fun idea for a book, but also for her design. You can get your copy of KISS THE GIRL over at Amazon here. This is also a print on demand book, so you can get it in paperback for the full design.
And here’s the description of the novel:
Nixie Leighton-Brace is ready to quit the family business. It’s not the work–she loves building hospitals, schools and orphanages for her family’s humanitarian organization. But when her movie-star mother steals Nixie’s boyfriend to generate publicity for their latest cause, Nixie snaps. She quits her job, walks away from her family, and boards a plane to the one place on earth she’s never been. Home.
Dr. Erik Larsen likes to keep his private life private, a word he doubts crazy-famous Nixie Leighton-Brace even knows. Fundraising, though? She’s got that one nailed, and Erik’s free health clinic is barely keeping the lights on. So when Nixie walks in and asks for a job, he gives her one. But he’ll be damned if he hands over his heart along with it.
Loving America’s princess is no easy task. Neither is being America’s princess, and both Nixie and Erik struggle to balance the scars of the past against the demands of their hearts. But with some courage, a little luck and a lot of love, they might just find their way home. Together.