Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Blog Tour: Giveaway, Review & Excerpt of Ambrosia by Erin Noelle


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 8 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?

Recommended for readers 17+ due to sexual content and harsh language.

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About the Author:

Erin Noelle is a Texas native, where she lives with her husband and two daughters. First a bookkeeper, and now an author, she often jokes that she’s a woman of numbers by day and letters by night. Erin is an avid reader of all romance novels and a huge sports fan. Most nights you can find her cuddled up in bed with her husband, her Kindle in hand and a game of some sorts on tv. You can follow her on Facebook @ 

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Erin Noelle seriously knows how to mess with my head. Her debut novel, Metamorphosis (Book Boyfriend, #1), made me want to tear my hair out in frustration and yell at my Kindle in the hopes that Scarlett MacGregor would hear my pleas to refrain from making whatever ill-advised decision she would inevitably make.  I soaked up the drama as much as I dreaded it, desperately needing to know how Scarlett would attempt to handle her chaotic love life. I’ve been waiting for the second installment in this series, Ambrosia, since Scarlett found herself smack dab in the middle of a love triangle with her two love interests, Ash and Mason, in the unforgettable finale of Metamorphosis.

Like Metamorphosis, Ambrosia wreaked havoc with my emotions, especially with the addition of narratives from Ash and Mason, which provides an added layer of depth to characters I had previously gotten to know through Scarlett’s book boyfriend experiments. Scarlett’s idea of incorporating her fictional fantasies into reality appealed to my inner fangirl, but experiencing the aftermath of her decisions through Ash and Mason’s viewpoints was unexpectedly tough. Their complicated love triangle was like a ticking time bomb and I was constantly on edge, waiting for the inevitable explosion. 

Everything about Ambrosia is amplified from the previous book: there’s more passion, there’s more drama, and the stakes are higher all around. There’s so much tension (emotional and sexual) and whirling feelings surrounding Scarlett and her respective love interests. Her exchanges with Ash are especially captivating because of their undeniable connection, which is aided by their all-consuming chemistry that is present through every argument and intimate moment. At times, I caught myself holding my breath until the end of a particularly intense conversation, forgetting my need for oxygen until the chapter’s conclusion. 

What first drew me to this series was Scarlett’s original quest to find real-life (so to speak) book boyfriends and, by book two, her prospects have been whittled down to the bad boy rocker, Mason, and the laidback playboy surfer, Ash. After getting to know them better in Ambrosia, I’m more sympathetic to Scarlett’s indecisiveness, even though I’m resolutely Team Ash. This book drew me in from page one (the steamy love scenes helped) and, though I’m glad that Scarlett’s journey will continue in book three, Euphoria, I’m anxious to see how it all ends. 

Rating: 5 Stars



She let me kiss her. She didn’t argue with me when I told her that we would never say goodbye. She smiled, just slightly but it was still a smile, when I called her my Psyche. I couldn’t focus on all of the other things she said. I knew she was angry and hurt; she had every right to be. I had tried to deny what she meant to me one too many times, and I was still afraid the last time may have cost me her forever.

But finally I had something I hadn’t had in a long time ~ hope. Despite her hateful words and lashing out, I finally felt a semblance of the peace I could only find in her presence. I didn’t know what my next move was, but I sure the fuck wasn’t giving up. After experiencing a life without her in it, I would never give up on her. I would never give up on us.

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  1. Remy from Real by Katy Evans is one of my favorite book boyfriends!! Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. There are many fave BBF, but right now Jesse from "This Man" series! Oh, and I'm team Ash, I love a bad boy!
    Thanks for the giveaways!

  3. Right now my fav bbf is Asher Logan from Unbreak Me by Lexi Ryan.

  4. Hmm at the moment it would probably have to be Holder!!!

  5. At the moment, mine would have to me Will Cooper from The Slammed Series by Colleen Hoover :)

  6. I'm going with Gavin Blake from Collide by Gail McHugh

  7. Right now, my favorite book boyfriend is Gunner Mathews from Wanted!
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  8. Dex :) The Experiment in Terror series by Karina Halle

  9. my all time fave book boyfriend is Ranger from the Stephanie Plum series.

  10. My BBF's change a lot, but Kellan Kyle from the Thoughtless series by S.C. Stephens is probably my all time FAVORITE! <3

  11. Team Ash because of the characters connection.

  12. There are a lot of my fav BBF's (the list is long) but if I have to pick one then I'll pick Gabriel Emerson from the Gabriel's series by Sylvain Reynard.

  13. Okay I have alooooooot of book boyfriends, but so I'll go with my most recent favorite which was Remy from Real!

  14. I love love mason but I'm definitely Team Ash because of the passionate connection they had first and I'm hoping she changes him for the better <3

  15. book boyfriend= Ethan Blackstone from the Naked series by Raine Miller

  16. Even though I read this a while ago its Remy from Real by Katy Evans. I have yet to find another that I love so much!