COVER REVEAL – “Three” by E. S. Carter

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TITLE: Three (Love by Numbers #3)
AUTHOR: E. S. Carter
GENRE: Contemporary Romance
RELEASE DATE: November 2015

COVER DESIGN by COVER ME, DARLING

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I am a son.
I am a brother.
I am an artist.
I am a student.
I am her student.

She was my first.
First infatuation, first ‘real’ kiss, first love, first…..
heartbreak.

I gave her everything, including my body and would have given her more.
I gave her ‘I love you’ ….she told me her heart was filled by another, there was no room left for me.

We could never be.
What we did was wrong.
It didn’t feel wrong to me.

The deepest hurt is a love that you cannot have. It will last the longest, cut the deepest and feel the strongest. 
It is an imperfect love; a disfigured circle that never ends. 
You cannot control it; it’s as simple as blinking and just like blinking the more you try to stop it, the more the pain consumes you.

This is book 3 in ‘The Love by Numbers’ series. 
Although it contains characters from the previous books, it can be read as a standalone.
 

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The LOVE BY NUMBERS series:

 photo 1437820531.jpgYour life can change in the blink of an eye.
How you adapt to these changes is what defines you.

Jake Fox is an aspiring actor who has found little success.
He is also a typical, cliche, bad boy, who ‘loves them and leaves them’ without love ever coming into the equation.

Emma Campbell is finding her way in life, struggling with memories from her past, an apathetic mother and the choices ahead of her. Can she keep focused on the light when life keeps surrounding her in darkness?

Polar opposites, will love be the thread that binds them or will circumstances beyond their control, tear them apart?

*Suitable for readers Age 18+ due to some disturbing scenes and sexual content*

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 photo 1437820535.jpgFate kept placing Emma Campbell and Jake Fox in each others paths.
Fate also kept putting overwhelming obstacles in their way.
What fate didn’t realise is that Jake and Emma share a connection that is stronger than circumstance.
An intense bond that threatens everything they thought they knew about themselves, one that is only made stronger by a perfect day.

A perfect day where they both surrendered to the force of their feelings for one another.
A perfect day that ended in darkness and tragedy.

Jake is missing.
Emma is lost.
Lost in grief; lost in hopelessness.

Will fate finally grant them a chance to be together or will it tear them apart?

This is the second part in the “Love by Numbers” series and is a continuation of the story that began in “Nineteen”.
It is not to be read as a standalone.
*Suitable for readers 18+ due to scenes of a sexual nature*

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meet the author

Avid reader and mother of three from a sleepy village in Cardiff UK.
I previously worked in human resource management prior to becoming a stay at home carer and advocate for families of children with special needs.

I have been writing since childhood, the bookworm gene an abnormal manifestation as no-one else in my family is obsessed with books. In fact, it is a family joke that I came out of my mother’s womb with a book in my hand.
I’m happy to say that I’ve passed this gene on to my youngest child; she has been devouring books since the first day that she could hold one in her hand 🙂

My debut novel ‘Nineteen’ released in April 2015 and the sequel ‘Twenty One’ in July. My third book ‘Three’ is due for release in November.
Please feel free to get in touch, I would love to hear from you ♥

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