New Release, Review & #giveaway – Nothing but a Dare by Molly O’Hare @MollyOHareBooks @danichez75

Book & Author Details:

Nothing but a Dare by Molly O’Hare
Publication date: 16th September 2019
Genres: Romantic Comedy

NothingButADare_coverNothing But a Dare is a second chance, enemies to lovers rom-com with a curvy, will punch you in the throat heroine, and a hero that will push every button she has for fun. Oh, and did I mention there’s a cat that wears turtleneck sweaters?

After what could possibly be the world’s worst morning, the last thing Abbie expected to see as she walked into her meeting was her childhood nemesis. 

Hunter. Freaking. James. 

The title of world’s worst morning now seemed like an understatement. 

When Abbie walked into the conference room looking like a complete mess, and still killed her presentation, Hunter knew he’d made the right decision signing on with WCM Advertising. He was there for one reason, and one reason only. Abbie was going to be his, even if he had to dare her every step of the way.

review

Oh, this book.  Genuinely funny, with moments of slapstick and uncontrolled attempts at wrestling.  But don’t be fooled – there is also depth to this story that the synopsis belies.  And I embraced the whole package.

This was a one sitting read for me.  Fortunately, I was at home, or else I would have had some funny looks from my fellow commuters at my sniggering, but this enemies to lovers tale delivers beautifully on the trope.

Take a chance on this book – I dare you!

I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

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purchase links

Amazon (Universal Link)

iBooks | B&N | Kobo

About the author

Hey, thanks for reading my bio to check me out! Has anyone told you, you’re beautiful and amazing lately? Just in case they haven’t, I am!

So you want to know a little more about me? Well, okay then. Much like any author out there, sleeping doesn’t come easily to me. As it turns out, I’ve got horrible insomnia. Like, scary horrible. Anyway, when I was younger, to help myself fall asleep I’d tell myself stories. Each night I’d pick up where the story left off previously until it was complete. Then I started writing them down. A few months later, here I am, sharing my lack of sleep with all of you. Who said the stories in our heads can’t be fun for others?

author links

Website | Facebook | Twitter

giveaway

Enter the giveaway HERE

 

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