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Cassie Graham | Author-Reader Match

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Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the "Author- Reader Match" where we introduce you to authors as a reader you may fall in love with. It's our great pleasure to present Cassie Graham

WRITES: I write a range of contemporary romance. Feel-good to paranormal. Suspense to angsty. I guarantee to give you a case of the efeelsf while possibly wanting to throw your Kindle out the window. While I write flawed characters who donft always act perfectly while exploring real situations, holding them accountable for their actions. I write witty banter with a side of snark, so if you like to laugh and snicker at characters while simultaneously swooning, youfve met your match.

ABOUT AUTHOR: Sassy redhead seeks readers with big hearts who love clever heroines and heroes who unapologetically embrace their emotions. With eight books under her belt, Cassie lives in the hot Arizona desert with her husband of thirteen years. Shefs living insta-love and isnft afraid to explore all sides of a good story.

WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR IN MY IDEAL READER MATCH: - Knows that the way to any heroinefs heart is through her stomach. - Can laugh at awkwardness that is bound to happen. - Agrees that being a nerd is sexy. - Understands that the first kiss might be the most important part of a novel. - Loves to swoon over good guys with massive hearts. - Easily falls in love with secondary characters. - Accepts that most heroines arenft perfect and sometimes make mistakes on their way to finding love.

WHAT TO EXPECT IF COMPATIBLE: - Butterflies. All. The. Butterflies. - Witty banter sure to make you giggle. - Various stages of sweating because all the stomach-clenching will happen during sexy time. - Heart-clutching happily ever afterfs. - A full heart after reading about two people who truly love each other find their way to one another.

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MAYBE EVER AFTER by Cassie Graham

Maybe Ever 
After
No one tells you what happens when you fall in love with your best friend. They donft tell you itfs like waiting for the answer to a question no one can hear you ask.

Meet Brynn Darling. Successful event coordinator. Celebrity friends. At the top of her game. But after many failed attempts at finding love, and a realization that her best friend is clueless, shefs ready to move on.

Easton Cole has been in the friend zone since . . . well, forever. He fills the void with unimportant people and never gets attached. That is until Brynn begins seeing a guy who threatens everything hefs ever wanted.

All bets are off.

Maybe itfll never happen. Maybe shefll fall in love. Maybe theyfll get their ever after . . . after all.

Romance Contemporary | New Adult [Self Published, On Sale: January 14, 2019, e-Book, / ]

About Cassie Graham

Cassie Graham
A Moscato aficionado and chocolate mistress, Cassie Graham is a born and raised Arizona girl. Her sass knows no bounds and almost always has something kind to say, no matter the situation. She runs a platform of love and strives to bring those attributes out in every book she writes.

She started writing early in her high school career after an English teacher forced her to write in a journal. Four years and thirty-something notebooks full of words later, she found her passion. If Cassie isn't shoulder-deep in writing a version of a fairytale, you can find her front porch sitting with her husband and daughter, eating all the bread, gossiping with her best friends, visiting Disneyland, supporting strong women, listening to cheesy music and reading great books by amazing people. She loves binge-watching Supernatural, drooling over Dean, Sam, and Cas, and going to conventions. She also enjoys spreading love any chance she can. So, if you run into her, give her a hug or a high-five. She guarantees they're magic.

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Comments

19 comments posted.

Re: Cassie Graham | Author-Reader Match

I can live without butterflies. But a romance with an addition of humor sounds like something I would love.
(Mary Songer 6:46pm January 25)

The reader who sticks with you no matter what is the ideal
reader, because it's likely that you'll get over the
difficulties and have more experience to write about. I
look forward to the conflicts and resolutions.
(Alyson Widen 10:38pm January 25)

I have always wanted a touch of humor in the books I read. Even in dark and
dangerous situations, humor is needed to break the tension and help the
characters maintain their equilibrium. Yes, nerds can be sexy. They can be
clueless which can make them endearing and frustrating when they really don't
get it. When they do get it all bets are off.. They can be sweet, romantic, and
fun.
(Patricia Barraclough 12:12pm January 26)

I love your books. A little comedy is part of life!
(Jackie Stieghorst 12:27pm January 26)

Great description of how we match. I like some angst but
must have humor, too!
(Kathleen Bylsma 3:53pm January 26)

I really appreciate the romantic comedy novels. I'm big on a
mix of books and every time I read a book that is either too
dark or too sad I HAVE to read something witty and comical
to pull me back out of the rut. My emotions become too
engrossed into the book I am reading and I don't always come
out to the other side so easily. I always make sure I have
something the complete opposite waiting.
With my history it has caused me to grow a very intense
imagination which has both ups and downs. I definitely get
the butterflies with a decent enough book.
(Candy Voisine 7:32pm January 26)

Hi. I enjoy appreciate the romantic comedy novels
(Emily Stemp 8:19pm January 26)

I love a little humor in my books i live daily with a nerve
disease called RSD and so i read to excape the pain and
what i live with and that is what the humor does for me it
makes me happy to be alive to read and that is what i enjoy
! Besides my husband and pups.
(Peggy Clayton 1:30pm January 27)

I read only romance. Need the happy ending! Especially like
suspense and paranormal.
(Melanie Rosen 2:36pm January 27)

i am old school,i love reading a book i can hold and turn
the pages
(Vickie Couturier 5:30pm January 27)

I do like a little humor when reading. It can be just a simple sentence that lightens the mood.
(Leona Olson 11:36am January 28)

Witty banter and humor are just what I need lately. It
makes me want to escape into your stories.
(G. Bisbjerg 2:52pm January 28)

There is nothing better than a great story that can make you laugh, swoon,
and maybe even tear up a bit. It’s important to escape from reality for a bit
whenever you can.
(Sara Ording 5:22am January 29)

Love to laugh. Looking forward to reading your books.
(Pam Howell 7:31am January 29)

I do like my protagonists to have a sense of humour. I've
met too many humourless people in real life to want to read
about them.
(Deb Philippon 9:31am January 29)

Looks like we'd be a good match. I love witty banter and
butterflies!
(Jaime Minter 12:39pm January 29)

At the end of the day, I usually relax by picking up a book to read, preferably one that combines a dangerous situation and romance with a dash of humor.
(Anna Speed 2:47pm January 29)

Looks like a great book.
(Deborah Dumm 6:54am January 30)

I really enjoy witty banter between the hero and heroine.
(Cheryl Castings 11:25am January 30)

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