Today I’ve got Cassie Mae here to tell you about her latest book. I say latest because by the end of the year, she will have three books out. She sets a high bar for the rest of us, that’s for sure.
She gave us the choice of writing our own cover reveal posts or using her guest post, and since she is much funnier than me and since I’m kind of lazy, I thought I’d let you see hers. Besides, hers has these fun GIFs in there, and mine wouldn’t.
Switched is (supposed) to be released in December by Random House Flirt, but we all know how that goes. (For those who don’t know: Publishing release dates often change.) If it comes out in December, make sure you put it on your Christmas list because you won’t be disappointed. I know this cause, well… I read it. And if it comes out after Christmas, you can get it when you return the book you’ve already read that you got from somebody at Christmas.
So you can go here to find out how to purchase Cassie Mae’s book.
Now I will hand this over to Cassie Mae so you can learn all about Switched.
Yay! Tis time for another cover from yours truly.
Covers are the best part. Not gonna lie. So… time for the booty shake!
Are you reading still? I’m wondering how many of you have scrolled down to the hot guy down there. (Because, I admit, I do this) Hmm… testing… tell me your favorite color in the comments if you read this part! LOL.
Here’s my stuff, and the book blurb and all that:
Cassie Mae is a nerd to the core from Utah, who likes to write about other nerds who find love. She’s the author of the Amazon Bestseller REASONS I FELL FOR THE FUNNY FAT FRIEND, and is the debut author for the Random House FLIRT line with her New Adult novels FRIDAY NIGHT ALIBI and SWITCHED. She also has a three book deal with Swoon Romance Publishing, including her book HOW TO DATE A NERD. She spends time with her angel children and perfect husband who fan her and feed her grapes while she clacks away on the keyboard. Then she wakes up from that dream world and manages to get a few words on the computer while the house explodes around her. When she’s not writing, she’s spending time with the youth in her community as a volleyball and basketball coach, or searching the house desperately for chocolate.
Kayla likes Talon, who’s dating her best friend Reagan. Wesley likes Reagan, who’s dating his best friend Talon.
Complicated? Just a little bit.
Kayla and Wesley have only one thing in common: loving their best friend’s significant other. So when they’ve had enough lonely nights, they contrive a plan to switch it up. By the end of the year, all four friends will be happy, nestled in the arms of their soul mates. They just need to pull it off without their best friends catching on.
But as their plan unfolds, guilt sets in, and Kayla wonders if Talon is more important than her friendship with Reagan. It doesn’t help Wesley is questioning whether Reagan is the girl for him, or if he’s meant to be with someone else.
Switching partners looks possible, but it may not be the perfect ending Kayla and Wesley had planned.