Title: Metamorphosis Authors: Erin Noelle Series: Book Boyfriend FREE: August 31 - September 4Scarlett MacGregor has lived a very sheltered life; relying on her books, music, and her best friend Evie for fun. During their first semester away at college, Scarlett and Evie concoct a contest to find their real-life book boyfriends. Scarlett quickly meets Ashton, Dylan, and later, Mason, and must figure out which one she wants before she ends up without any of them. Metamorphosis is the story of Scarlett's transformation from a young, naive girl to a strong, mature young woman and her search for self-discovery and true love. Recommended for readers 17+ due to sexual content and harsh language.
Probably one of the best love triangles I've read in awhile. Definitely one of my top favorites on my shelf. I was surprised by how much I loved this story! I was drawn in and entranced from the beginning... I don't know about you other readers but I can't choose btw the two guys so I'm team Mashton... what else can I say but this book is amazing. The relationships between Scarlett and Ash and then Scarlett and mason are gut wrenching at times when you read their stories but as you watch then grow you cant help but fall in love with both me like Scarlett does... More than a five star read!!!! I read a book blog and was sold...Heart, mind, and soul shattering was this read..It was funny and sad and brought out every freaking emotion one could have .. This book drilled every screw into the emotional roller coaster...so amazingly heartfelt, funny, witty, and HOT!!!! It was so unpredictable I'm still reeling. And I made note of a few of the girls favorite books that I haven't gotten to read!! Loved every page of this book. It's real life, a young woman finding herself, love, lust, loss and real emotion. Erin Noelle will be an author I read more from. “This is what we are going to do. Tomorrow we are going to recreate your image with a new hairstyle, a little bit of makeup, and new clothes ~ going to get you all sexified. Then tomorrow night we are going to go with my cousin to that party by her school. But before we go, we are going to pick one of the categories of our book boyfriends and our goal for the evening is to find our version of that BB. Each subsequent night we go out together, we will choose a different category until we find exactly what your type is. Shit, it might even help me because I’m quickly finding out what I thought my type was, is actually quite similar to the description of a douchebag,” she explained. “Okay, I like the sound of this. But once we find our version of the BB, then what do we do?” “What do you mean ‘then what do we do?’ You talk to him, kiss him, screw him… whatever you want to do with him. We can even make it a little game. Whoever gets farther with their BB that night is the winner, and the loser buys breakfast the next morning. We can whore our way through our book boyfriends until we determine what each of our ‘type’ is.” “That’s no fair! You are obviously going to win all the time; I’m at such a disadvantage! I don’t just want to give away my virginity to the first guy that comes along to win some game,” I argued. “Oh Sam,” Evie replied, “I’m not going to just sleep with guys that I don’t want to sleep with just so I don’t have to buy breakfast the next morning or to beat you at some game. The true point of the game is to find a guy that’s a keeper, one you seriously want to date, the side game will just make it more fun until we do!” I thought about what she said and knew she was right. Evie had devised a perfect way for me to meet different kinds of guys and the game would help me to break out of my shell, lose some of my insecurities, and do things that I would most likely be too timid to try. I’m not sure if it was the empty bottle of wine that sat in the kitchen trash, the possibility of finding the happily ever after I had read about time and again in my countless books, or the fact I definitely did not want to die a virgin, but I found myself saying, “Game on. May the best book whore win.”