Review: Euphoria by Erin Noelle

Thursday, January 16, 2014

by Erin Noelle
Our Rating: Four and a Half Glasses of Wine

After a series of catastrophic misunderstandings and impulsively poor decision-making, Scarlett MacGregor finds herself once again torn between two loves, as different as they may be. Lacking proper closure with their relationship, 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 happiness and understanding the meaning of true love ~ the kind that begs for complete surrender
Recommended for readers 17+ due to sexual content and harsh language.

Fall's Review: 
Mason, the sexy rocker who has a horrible nickname.......I mean come on....Rat?!!?!? Anyway, Mason is still just as sexy and still just as messed up. He has personal demons that run deep and has a hard time walking the line between infatuation and obsession. Talk about "blurred lines" (I may have just turned that song on while I am writing this review......AND I may be shaking my ass!!!) Mason has to come to terms with recent events and learn to heal himself before he can truly move forward with not only his personal life, but also his professional life.

Scarlett......poor Scarlett.  At the wee old age of 19 she has TWO hot as sin men lusting after her! I mean seriously, I need to find out what these girls secrets are, cause I would love to trade places with her for a day.....I'm not greedy! Scarlett has had a rocky life and has issues leaving the past exactly the past. She finally feels like things are starting to look up for her and maybe even fall into place when tragedy strikes. How much heartache can one girl take??

Ash..... the sexy, blonde beach boy who is not only smart AND good looking, but he can play the guitar too!!!! I have a weakness for the guitar......and hot men.....and big......uh......brains (hehehe!) When the woman you loves is spending time with a man you wish would disappear what do you do? Push too hard and she might snap. Don't push hard enough and she might think you don't care.  With things finally starting to look up for Ash, one moment can change everything.

"Give the ones you love wings to fly, roots to come back, and reasons to stay." 

Butterflies and Angels. Spread your wings and learn to fly. What if you want to fly far, far away? With an ending that will make your jaw hit the floor, Euphoria will leave you speechless. I will leave you with two things. One: have a box of tissues next to you, you will need them! Two: if you have not jumped on the Erin Noelle band wagon what are you waiting for?!?!? You will fall in LOVE with her characters and their stories. I give Euphoria by Erin Noelle 4.5 glasses of Pinot (cause thats what I drank a whole bottle of while reading this!!) Erin, I can not wait to see what you write next. You have a forever fangirl in this blogger!

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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