Spotlight & Giveaway: No Interest In Love by Cassie Mae

Posted December 18th, 2015 by in Blog, Spotlight / 20 comments

Today it is my pleasure to Welcome author Cassie Mae to HJ!

In No Interest in Love, Hollywood’s hottest young actor hits the road to chase his big break—and discovers a leading lady where he least expected.


Please summarize the book for the readers here:

No Interest In LoveAn up and coming actor wants to land a part in a movie playing opposite an actress famous for getting busy with her co-stars. He and his agent road trip to the audition and during an abundance of mishaps, they learn to not only tolerate each other, but to truly have feelings for one another.

Please share the opening lines of this book:

I was fifteen years old when I told myself I wanted to become an actor. I’d just gotten my ass kicked by Sonya Lopez’s older brother because I’d stood her up. And, yeah, I probably deserved it.


Please share a few Fun facts about this book…

  • The train scenes were all written while I was on a train—which is why my MC gets a good case of motion sickness.
  • The book is written entirely from the male point of view.
  • It was originally titled, Off Line.


If your book was optioned for a movie, what scene would you use for the audition of the main characters and why?

The two leads have to sneak onto a train, and they end up in close quarters. It calls for fun dialogue and sexual tension, so of course I’d love to see the actors pull that off.

She shoves me into the opposite wall—before I can comment on bathroom logistics—where apparently there’s some sort of makeshift closet. Well, it’s got a hook for coats and it’s sort of tucked away. Enough that I can’t see the train hallway anymore. Shay squeezes up against me, and Woody goes, “Hey, a warm body!”
“Um, hello,” I say to her invading my space.
“Shh.” She pushes closer to me and there’s no hiding the horny bastard in my jeans. She jolts a little and meets my eyes with a cute drop of her jaw. I snort and shake my head.
“Dry spell.”
“Well, get rid of it.”
“How do you suggest I do that?”
She wiggles, trying not to press against it while also staying out of sight, but she’s failing.
“That’s not helping,” I croak.
“How is it even . . . ?” She extends her forefinger so it’s pointing straight to the ceiling, and it cracks me up.
“Well . . . you’re close. And warm. And he’s not picky.”


What do you want people to take away from reading this book?

Love is unpredictable and laughter is the best medicine 🙂


What are you currently working on? What other releases do you have planned for 2015?

The final book in the All About Love series, which is scheduled for a June 2016 release. And the beginning of a new series, the first is scheduled for a December 2016.

Thanks for blogging at HJ!


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Book Info:

When Jace Carver snags a minor part in his buddy’s zombie flick, he suddenly starts getting noticed all over the place. Even Hollywood megastar Carletta Ocean—known for her extensive “research” with her male co-stars—wants Jace for her new rom-com. The role could be a game-changer . . . if Jace nails the audition.

As Jace’s agent, Shaylene Kwak is all business, and isn’t about to let her favorite client blow this opportunity. Since their college years, Shay has been immune to Jace’s charm and rock-hard body. But long hours in close company have a way of wearing down even the best defenses, and when their platonic teasing turns into serious flirting, Jace and Shay are no longer able to resist what’s been right in front of them the entire time.

Shay knows Jace’s love-’em-and-leave-’em history with women. She’s not about to be just another notch in his belt. And it’s true, Jace has never wanted more than a one-night stand—until now. But at the end of the line, he’s got a choice: sleep with Carletta and seal the deal, or risk his career for a shot at true love with Shay.
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Meet the Author:

Cassie MaeCassie Mae (who dons the name Becca Ann on occasion) is the author of a few hundred… okay, maybe not that many… books. Some of which became popular for their quirky titles, characters, and stories. She likes writing about nerds, geeks, the awkward, the fluffy, the short, the shy, the loud, the fun.

Since publishing her bestselling debut, Reasons I Fell for the Funny Fat Friend, she has published and sold books to Random House, Swoon Romance, and Spencer Hill Press. She has a favorite of all her babies, but no, she won’t tell you what it is. (Mainly because it changes depending on the day.)

Along with writing, Cassie likes to binge watch Teen Wolf and The Big Bang Theory. She can quote Harry Potter lines quick as a whip. And she likes kissing her hubby, but only if his facial hair is trimmed. She also likes cheesecake to a very obsessive degree.
You can stalk, talk, or send pictures of Dylan O’Brien to her on her Facebook page:


20 Responses to “Spotlight & Giveaway: No Interest In Love by Cassie Mae”

  1. Mai Tran

    My road trips have never been a disaster. They’ve always had good and bad experience but I embrace them all since they make the memories unforgettable.

  2. kermitsgirl

    I’m too much of a meticulous planner for any major road trip disaster. My husband and I did go on a road trip with my best friend and her fiance, who was clearly on drugs (although she denied it left and right…and ended up breaking off the engagement when she finally admitted it after she caught him in the act a third time), and we had to stop every 45 minutes for 20-30 minutes at a time because “his stomach was upset” (yeah, right). That 11 hour trip turned into 20 hours and I was ready to kill both of them.

  3. Siobhon Nel

    I recently went on a road trip. The trip itself was great but the week after was spent in bed since I picked up some terrible virus on the last bit of our journey, it kind of over shadowed the entire trip.

  4. laurieg72l

    Two years ago on Memorial Day weekend we headed to our youngest child’s wedding near Warm Springs, West Virginia. About 6 pm on a Thursday night our van died about 20 miles from Wytheville, WV. Luckily we were able to get a tow truck to pick us up an hour later. We arrived in town to find all the motel rooms taken as several motorcyclists were staying there as they headed to Washington DC to attend a parade for veterans. Thankfully the tow truck driver was able to pull some strings and found us a room. The next morning we had to walk to a car rental place so we could get a car to take us the 3 hours we needed to go to get to the wedding place. We also had to get our van serviced and make arrangements so we could get the car fixed while we were gone , pay for it and pick it up so we could head home later that weekend. Once we got to our destination we went to visit our son. We were staying about 20 miles away from the wedding reception. On the way home we couldn’t find any road signs, we ended up getting lost. A 20 minute drive took us an extra hour before we were able to figure out where we were. We were in the mountains so cell phone service was sketchy and Garmin wasn’t accurate.

    Finally we had to get back to the car place by noon to drop off the rental car or we would have had to pay for two extra days due to the holiday weekend. Stressful drive! We made it back with 5 minutes to spare!

  5. marcyshuler

    My dad was a teacher so every summer we’d have an educational camping road trip. One year we went to California (from Michigan, 2 parents, 5 kids, no A/C) and I ended up getting the mumps. On the drive home they had to smuggle me into road stop bathrooms. LOL

  6. vadensmommy1

    When I was 17 me and a bunch of girl friends decided we were going to go on a road trip and check out crazy stuff, like bedrock city az, the world’s biggest light bulb, go to 4 corners it’s were you can stand in 4 different states at the same time, however we never made it to our 1st stop, if it could go wrong it did. Car broke down, tire blew, radiator blew all in different spots. We took wrong exit and ended up going the wrong way for almost 6 hrs before we figured it out. We never left the state, it finally came to ahead when the engine blew and we had to take a bus home. It was the longest weeks of my life. Lol but being young and dumb we still had fun

  7. Meredith Miller

    I went to visit friends three states away once when my kids were little only to find out we had forgotten their bag with their clothes in it. All of our extra money went to an emergency trip to Kmart for them!

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