Release Blitz & Book Review: Wilde About Carson by Cate Faircloth







We have always just been friends.

Emily Rhey has been my best friend since tin-can lunches in the first grade. We have seen each other through everything; the ‘firsts’, the ‘seconds, the ‘always,’ but most importantly when everyone left, she was still there.

She’s smart, beautiful, witty–the perfect woman for any man.

Even someone like me; heir to my father’s empire, as handsome as I am rich.

Over the years, plenty have questioned us–my brothers, even my mother; but we have never crossed that line.

I never thought about it, and as far as I’m concerned, neither has she.

When grief draws us together, very close together, it changes everything…

I tell myself we are only friends…until I can decide if it is still true.





I have been a romantic all my life; in books, movies, television, and anything that brings happiness into the world. Though I love reading and avoiding daily responsibilities, I am also an undergraduate at the University of Iowa, a flag ship university for writing and creative freedom. I love connecting with all my readers, and sharing the stories that dance around in my head.



Review 2

4 STAR Review by Jodi for Ruby Red Romance Review

I enjoyed this book. I loved the idea behind it. What do you do when your best friend is your everything, but the one thing you want him to be? Emily and Carson have been best friends forever. They do the normal date things, dinner, Netflix and chill, but they don’t move into the more category. Carson’s family teases him mercilessly about Emily. When they finally allow themselves to be more, the results are off the charts.

I enjoyed this book. The ending felt a little rushed, which is why it didn’t get 5 stars. It’s a easy read. Please check it out.

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