Release Blitz: Favourite Hello. Hardest Goodbye. by E.S. Carter

Favourite Hello. Hardest Goodbye.
by E.S. Carter
Date Released: April 17, 2020

About Favourite Hello. Hardest Goodbye.
Ellis.

I feel him.
Before I even lay eyes on him, I sense him.
The air in the room seems charged, my awareness of him heightened, but he is a stranger to me.
Unfamiliar, yet familiar.
Unknown, yet known.
And something inside me says, "Hello, I've been waiting for you."

Macsen.

I see him.
I've seen him a hundred times before and I know this will not be the last, but each time I do, I feel it.
That invisible tether.
I remember everything.
I remember him.
His eyes lock with mine and then move away too quickly.
I am nothing more than a stranger, another face in the crowd.
While he is my favourite hello, and my hardest goodbye.




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About E.S. Carter
USA Today bestselling author E.S. Carter lives in Cardiff, South Wales—the home of castles, dragons, and folklore.

Her family joke that she was born with a book in her hand, and the urge to write stories soon followed. At eleven, she won her school's literary prize. At ages fourteen to sixteen - her poetry phase after falling in love with Dylan Thomas and e.e. cummings—she had a few poems published, but life, love, and family overtook her dreams, and she was in her thirties when she began the scary journey of self-publishing.

Her debut and internationally bestselling series, Love by Numbers, is a set of interconnected stand-alone romances, all with varying themes of love, from second-chance to romantic comedy and M/M romance. These stories do not need to be read in order (apart from the opening duet, Nineteen/Twenty One). In fact, she is often guilty of advising readers to start at the last book and work their way back through.

Contemporary romance is not the only genre she writes. Her second series, The Red Order, is as dark and twisted as you can get, but there is beauty there too if you can open your eyes and look.

With many more stories bursting to be set free, she hopes you stay along for the ride.

She loves to connect with readers, so please feel free to friend/follow her on Facebook, IG, and Twitter or join her reader group, E's Elite. 🎔

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