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 on a date, Scarlett has relied on her books, her 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 go away to college, Scarlett quickly meets Ashton, Dylan, and later, Mason, and is thrown into a crash course of like, love, and lust. With Evie’s help, she must figure out the difference in the three and 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.
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I can’t decide between 3 and 3.5 Stars. While there were many parts of this book that I liked there were just as many that I didn’t. I actually found myself skimming some of the pages in hopes to getting to something more gripping.
I have to say the second have of the book was definitely better than the first and by the last quarter I was completely hooked. That last 25% is what made the whole book worth it for me. I loved the ending even though I would have been just as happy without the Epilogue at the end.