Series: Book Boyfriend Series
Author: Erin Noelle
Genre: New Adult Romance
Cover Design: Jill Sava, Love Affair With Fiction
(oooh that’s me! lol)
These are a re-release of Erin’s USA Today Bestselling series!
In honor of the 7 year publiversary of Metamorphosis — the series is getting a makeover!
NEW COVERS • RE-EDITED • BONUS MATERIAL
Scarlett MacGregor has lived a very sheltered life courtesy of her over-the-top controlling parents. Having never been to a co-ed party, much less out on a date, Scarlett has relied on her books, music, and living vicariously through her best friend Evie to keep her sanity as she’s patiently awaited her freedom from their rule.
When Scarlett and Evie leave home for college, Scarlett soon meets Ashton, Dylan, and Mason, and is thrown into a crash course of like, love, and lust. With Evie’s help, she must figure out the difference between the three, and which one she wants, before she ends up without any of them.
Metamorphosis is the beginning of Scarlett’s transformation from a young, naïve girl to a strong, mature young woman and her search for self discovery and true love.
After coming to terms with the tragedy that rocked her world, Scarlett MacGregor has returned to try to pick up the pieces of the broken relationships that she left behind.
Ash and Mason were left devastated and heartbroken following Scarlett’s sudden, unannounced departure. They are both ready and willing to forgive her and welcome her back into their lives with open arms. However, a lot can happen in eight months…
Scarlett must learn to overcome the obstacles thrown in her path to prevent the past from repeating itself. Can she learn to fly with her own wings and discover the secret to eternal love?
After a series of catastrophic misunderstandings and impulsively poor decision-making, Scarlett MacGregor finds herself once again torn between two loves, different as they may be. Lacking proper closure with their relationship, and accompanied by the overwhelming guilt for her role in his devastating downfall, Scarlett resolves to help Mason recover and reclaim his life as a budding rock star.
However, now that he has finally claimed her as his, Ash Walker is bound and determined to keep her by his side, and he will go to any lengths necessary to do just that. Mason Templeton has hit rock bottom. He’s in love with a girl whose heart and soul belong to another and he’s partied his way off of an international music tour that was supposed to be his big break. Returning home for rehab, sounds like the worst possible way to start a new year, but when an unexpected friendship emerges, he begins to realize that maybe everything does happen for a reason.
Euphoria is the third and final installment of Scarlett, Ash, and Mason’s self-discovering journeys to understanding the meaning of true love–the kind that begs for complete surrender.
Six years. Two people. One love.
After the long awaited wedding of her dreams, Scarlett Templeton – along with her rockstar husband and five year old twins – are finally putting down roots and settling into their first suburban home. While unpacking, they stumble across a box filled with photos spanning the previous six years, and they’re catapulted down the proverbial Memory Lane.
Join the couple on their reminiscent journey as they learn a picture truly is worth a thousand words and the emotions they elicit are timeless.
“It’s just a lot to deal with all of a sudden. I’ve thought about this day for so long. I thought I was so prepared, but the truth is, I really don’t know who I am. I don’t know who I want to be. And then when I even think about dating, I just want to throw up,” I admitted as I drained the contents of my glass.
“Let’s move this conversation to the kitchen so we can get a refill,” Evie interjected.
I followed behind her, continuing my whining. “First, I get around boys and it’s like I lose the ability to speak intelligently. My mouth dries up like the Sahara Desert, my brain freezes, and my stomach twists and turns like it’s warming up for the uneven bars at the Olympics.”
“You act like you’ve never been around a boy before, Sam. Come on, you’ve kissed a couple guys. Shit, you’ve even kissed a girl! And you’ve read enough sex scenes in our books that you know what’s supposed to happen. Hell, you probably know more about how it’s supposed to go than most girls our age who just blindly and drunkenly stumble through the act.”
She was right; I had read more than my share of hot and steamy exchanges between fictional characters. Evie and I were obsessive readers, and over ninety percent of the books we read were romance novels. Heartbreaking and gut-wrenching, sweet and sentimental, sexy and sensual… we loved them all. Reading was the one thing Evie and I could experience together for the past couple years, since I wasn’t allowed to do anything outside my house without adult supervision. It was almost like we lived a second life with our book characters, talking about them as if they actually existed and integrating their sayings into our everyday conversation. It was quite ridiculous, to be honest.
“Yes, I’ve kissed a couple guys before, Evie, like two, and both times were at church camp and were one-time occurrences. And you kissing me so I wouldn’t be nervous about my first kiss hardly counts for anything,” I argued. “To think I’m sexually experienced in any way is truly laughable, most twelve and thirteen-year-olds have done more than I have. Reading about something and actually doing it are quite different, especially when you’re talking about sex. Oh, and I thought we were going to lose the nickname when we moved here.”
“I’m never dropping the nickname, so get that thought out of your pretty little head,” she said as she tapped her finger on my forehead. “And I take great offense that kissing me ‘hardly counts for anything.’ Do you know how many people would love to have my tongue in their mouth?” She moved her hand to her chest and crinkled up her face, acting as if she was going to cry. I rolled my eyes in response.
We both hopped up on the kitchen counter, and I continued to ramble on about my fears and worries when it came to entering the world of dating.
“I don’t even know what kind of guy would be my type. I don’t know who’s out of my league and who isn’t. I don’t know if I should let a guy approach me or if I should approach him. There are just all these questions… I feel so silly.”
“Okay, let’s get one thing straight. No guy is out of your league!” she said sternly, looking directly into my eyes. “I never want to hear you say something like that again. You seriously have no idea what an amazing catch you are for any guy. I swear, your parents really did a number on your self-esteem. Guys look at you all the time. You just never notice, because you’re too afraid they’ll catch you making eye contact with one and then you’ll… I don’t know, end up pregnant or something.” She continued, “As for what your type is, surely you have some idea what you’re looking for. I mean, we have only read hundreds of books that pretty much cover every category of guy in existence. Think about all our favorite book boyfriends.”
“That’s the thing. I love so many of our book boyfriends—all of them, actually.” I giggled, the wine definitely starting to have some effect on me. “Sometimes I think I’d like the All-American, college frat boy image; maybe even one with a bit of a wild side. But then I think about our beloved tattooed, bad-boy rockers and…” I could feel my face get warm as I began thinking about actually getting to touch any one of my treasured book boyfriends.
“You really do have a kinky freak living inside there, don’t you?” Evie joked, tearing me from my fantasy. “I’m kind of afraid what’s going to happen once you get a real taste of the passion you read about so often. If those books get your panties all wet, what’s going to happen when an actual hottie gets his hands on you?”
Erin Noelle is a Texas native, where she lives with her husband, two daughters, and three fur babies. When she’s not reading or writing romance novels, she enjoys winning at cards and board games, awkward people-watching in public places, and doing cartwheels at the most random times. She’s usually barefoot, is never without a song in her head, and currently holds the title of World’s Best Procrastinator.
Her titles published include the Book Boyfriend Series, Dusk ‘Til Dawn Series, Luminous Duet, Fire on the Mountain series, and numerous standalone books that range from New Adult to Contemporary romance. Her books have been a part of the USA Today Bestselling list as well as the Amazon and Barnes & Noble overall Top 100. You can follow her on Facebook @ www.facebook.com/erin.noelle.98, on Twitter @authorenoelle, and on Instagram @erinnoelleauthor.