Book Review

Sunny Shelly’s Review: Tents & Tights by Molly O’Hare

Release Date: April 19

From USA Today bestselling author of Learning Curves comes a best friends to lovers, opposites attract romantic comedy with a curvy, hates the outdoors, boutique owner and an annoyingly attractive, loves the outdoors guy who would rather be in nature than anywhere else. It’s a fine line between friendship and love, right?
Being fed up with never finding clothes in her size or worse, being sent to the maternity section, finally, Eve decided enough was enough and started her plus size boutique. Somewhere along the line, though, her shop led Eve to a friendship with the well-known owner of the famous outdoor adventure store in town. They were complete opposites in every way, but it worked. And even though she’d hate to admit it, he was by far the best friend she’d ever had.
Austin didn’t quite know how it happened. Four years ago, he walked into Own Your Curves to inquire about making plus size outdoor clothes for his shop. And the next thing Austin knew, he was best friends with the feisty, always kept him on his toes, pain in his backside woman. So when she asked for his guidance on expanding her shop, how could he tell her no? There was only one problem, as Austin helped Eve with the expansion, he couldn’t stop his imagination from running wild. Now, if he could just convince her to see it too…
Friendship could definitely end up being more, right?
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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars
Austin and Eve’s story is a breath of fresh air. I found these characters wonderfully relatable and thoroughly enjoyed this best friends romance. (Even if it is in third person dual POV, which is just a pet peeve of mine).

I loved how confident Eve was. And Austin was just a sweetheart. Their banter was refreshing and I really felt the connection between these two as friends who become more.

I received a complimentary copy and voluntarily left a review.

Meet Molly O’Hare

Molly O’Hare is a USA Today Bestselling author of plus size romance books.  

She grew up with severe dyslexia and neurodivergence, trust her, spelling is not her strong suit. Over the years, she’s become a huge advocate of “just because you learn something a little differently than others does not make you less in any way.” She also advocates for body positivity in all shapes and sizes. And, to say Molly is obsessed with all things animals is probably an understatement. 


When she was younger, she had a wicked case of insomnia most nights, and to help herself fall asleep, she would create stories in her head, always picking up where she left off the night before. Then, one morning she figured if she got endless enjoyment out of her imagination, others might as well. And thus started her career as an author. 


And as she always likes to say, never forget how absolutely unique and beautiful you are. 

The world is better because you are here. 

 To learn more about Molly O’Hare and her books, visit here
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