In my own words . . Wesley’s POV (Switched by Cassie Mae) Free for Readers
You ask, I deliver… More Wesley for all you SWITCHED fans And for those of you who haven’t read SWITCHED yet, it’s not too spoilery, so no worries
In Kayla’s POV, we heard a bit about how disastrous Wesley and Reagan’s date was, but we never got to see it. So here’s a little bit with them in a karaoke bar. Enjoy!
“Ooh, we should do Summer Nights,” Reagan says, tapping the pen against the karaoke sheet. She’s doing that thing with her teeth—when she clacks and clacks while cocking her head back and forth. I loved it when she did that. No, not past tense. I still love it. It’s adorable as hell. Yeah…
“Or The Time of my Life,” she says between her clacking. “I like when you do your Patrick Swayze hip thing.”
She laughs, and I think I laugh with her, but it’s not coming out right. I know it was my brilliant idea to do karaoke for our first date. It’s our thing…we sing together. But I look around at the crowd and my chest gets a funky thwap! when I don’t see Mickey out there rolling her eyes at me.
“Uh… I don’t know. Not really feeling that one,” I say, flipping to the next page of options. The Girl is Mine sticks out at me again, like it has for the past year, but why in the hell is it still pulsing at me like Talon has my girl? My girl is standing right next to me.
I practically tear the folder in half as I turn away from that page. My hands are shaking, and I pull back before I ruin something—besides this date, which I can already feel going down the shitter.
“Are you okay?” Reagan’s eyes widen in that childlike, . . .
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About the Author:
Cassie Mae is a full-time writer and mother from Utah. She loves being glued to the computer, thinking up new stories, and writing the day away while the kids run wild at her feet. When she finished her first novel, she started a blog that now gets more than five thousand hits a month. Her group blog is also dedicated to reaching out to aspiring authors by providing critiques and other marketing tools to help them succeed in the industry. 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.
Advance praise for Switched
“Switched is a brilliant read that keeps you laughing, and sighing, and frustrated, and loving it!”—Rachel Schieffelbein, author of Run for the Roses
“Switched was a mixture of heartfelt honesty and laugh-out-loud moments. Wesley and Kayla’s journey is one you can’t miss and will want to be on, cheering from the sidelines as they mess up and make up. I couldn’t get enough of these two.”—Theresa Paolo, author of (Never) Again
“Cassie Mae’s books have become my latest guilty pleasure. Pleasure, because who doesn’t love to read a romantic comedy? And I say guilty because when I lay my hands on one, I tend to read them in one sitting and let all my other responsibilities go to the wayside. What dishes?”—Pauline Creeden, author of Sanctuary
“Five stars . . . but as usual deserving of far more!”—Le Book Squirrel
“I absolutely loved Switched. I found it cute, funny, goofy, and downright sigh-inducing.”—The Shadow Realm
“I found myself smiling from ear to ear (and harboring a major craving for gummy bears . . .). I love the simple way she spells out a love story. The innocent gestures and internal dialogue cause me to sigh, or laugh, with the turn of each page.”—Madison Says
“Sweet, romantic, funny, and very entertaining, Switched was a fantastic New Adult romance.”—Imagine a World