Review Tour + Triple Review: Hollywood Dreams by Molly O’Hare

Today we’re touring with Hollywood Dreams by Molly O’Hare!

Grab this Bully Romance meets Rom-Com today!

When your Hollywood crush turns out to be the biggest D-bag on the face of the earth, can he ever redeem himself?

Maggie’s first experience on a film set could not have gone any worse. One wrong turn through a closed door and poof there goes her dreams. Now, Trevor McCain, Hollywood’s “it” star had it out for her. Tired of always being pushed around, and no longer willing to sit on the sidelines, Maggie called Trevor out for who he really was. 

Trevor’s Hollywood’s leading man and he’s not afraid to use that to his advantage. Men wanted to be him, and women wanted to be with him. Life was perfect. 

That was until curvy, plain Jane Maggie walked in and ruined everything. Who knew her confidence and ability to tell him off might be exactly what he’d been looking for?

Note: Hollywood Dreams is a standalone novel with a jerk hero who will stop at nothing to get the girl.

Add Hollywood Dreams to your Goodreads TBR!

Ari’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 review:

Ever wondered what would happen if you took a bully romance and mashed it with romcom? Let me tell you, you’d have gold in the form of Hollywood Dreams by Molly O’Hare! I never thought these two tropes could fit so well, but here I am at the end of this book and absolutely in love.

There is a fine line between love and hate and never is that more true then when Trevor and Holly are near each other. Trevor is the definition of a bully and I pretty much hated the douche for a good chunk of the book. Let me be honest, the man is infuriating af, but he grows as the story unfolds. He’s mean and rude, and also a product of his environment. He’s a star, in Hollywood of all places, and the impossible standards and fake everything have skewed who he is and how he treats others. Enter Holly to rock his world and everything he thought he knew and wanted.

Holly was AH-FREAKING-MAZING! The chick could be all of us! She’s real, funny, and the fact that she can trip over her own feet speaks to my clumsy af soul. I adored the fact that while she has feelings and emotions she doesn’t always hide, she’s also so strong and true to who she is. An absolute breath of fresh air in La-La Land and in a story where all the women seem copies of other copies of other copies of what the ideal woman is.

Together these two are passion. Whether they’re setting things on fire out of anger or because they can’t keep the fire between them contained, it’s all heat and fantastic banter. I loved that while Trevor redeems himself he’s still that douche I loved to hate at his core. Holly only won my heart over more and more as the story went on.

A Hollywood douchebag you’ll love to hate (and then love), a sassy as hell heroine you can’t help but adore, a weird pet cat, and some hilarious friends and secondary characters are some of the things that make Hollywood Dreams a unique and unputdownable, five star read.

Brittany’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 review:

Every once in a while I crave a good enemies to lovers with a real a#$hole who has to be redeemed. Hollywood Dreams has that in spades! What it also has is a while lot of heart, a good dose of laugh out loud humor and the greatest, sassiest cat of all time. I was begging for more with ever turn of the page. Feeling every emotion from pure rage to complete swoon and laughing like a loon in between. 
Trevor is the kind of guy you just want to immediately junk punch. I don’t know who hated him more at the start me or Maggie. But this super jerk has now idea what’s hit him when it comes to Maggie. His confusion on what his body and heart recognized immediately only adds to the comedy as his brain tries to wrap itself around the fact that not only is he completely wrong but the woman of his dreams has just walked into his life. 
Maggie on the other hand is the complete opposite. As sweet as she is sassy, she’s a breath of fresh air in a genre loaded down with cookie cutter women. This plus size beauty carries more strength in her than most of the world as she continually overcomes insults hurled at her in an industry that’s centered around appearance. With some amazing friends, a hilariously strange cat and Hollywood’s biggest jerk all along for the ride this book is unputdownable!

Heather’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 review:

OMFG!!! Molly O’Hare you outdid yourself with Hollywood Dreams. What happens when a beautiful woman who doesn’t meet what some would call model sized body meets her Hollywood crush for the first time? Let’s just say the explosive chemistry they share will at times leave you with your mouth hanging open. 
I have not laughed or bit my tongue so many times while reading a book. I absolutely adored Maggie, her personality was just everything. I feel like she could be my spirit animal. In case you are wondering yes I am gushing like a high school girl!! Trevor in the other hand boy oh boy did I want to smack the living daylights out of him. OK he redeemed himself, but the way he treated her when he first met her had me wanting to claw his damn eyeballs out.
I feel like I am not doing this book any justice. You need to read this fabulous book. We get a hot bad boy with an ego the size of Texas who gets knocked on his ass by a big beautiful woman who does not put up with any of his B.S.!

About the Author:

Much like any author out there, sleeping does not come easily to Molly. As it turns out, she has horrible insomnia. When she was younger, to help herself fall asleep she would recite stories. Each night she’d pick up where the story left off previously until the tale was complete. One morning, after she finished a particularly fun adventure, she decided she wanted to start sharing them with others. A few months later, here she is, sharing her lack of sleep with all of you. Who said the stories in our heads can’t be fun for others?

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