Oopsie Daisy by Iris Morland

oopsie daisy

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official blurb
You know when you meet your new professor, and he ends up being the same man you had a one-night stand with three months ago? Okay, maybe not. Let me explain. I hadn’t intended to sleep with my professor. I might be known as the impulsive, prankster daughter in my family, but I’m not insane. I just wanted to have some fun in Ireland at my sister’s wedding, and maybe lose my virginity, too. When I met Lochlann Gallagher at a pub one night, I couldn’t resist him. He was hot, Irish, and entirely set on seducing me. One unforgettable night under the sheets with him, and my V-card went up in smoke. Well, that night had one itty bitty consequence because Lochlann totally made my eggo preggo. And if this story isn’t crazy enough, Lochlann is not just my baby daddy: he’s now my professor and my advisor for grad school. Somehow we have to figure out a way not to reveal this rapidly gestating secret while resisting the explosive attraction between us.Except there’s just one more complication to this story: I think I’m totally falling for my baby daddy. Oopsie daisy.

 

3.5 stars
🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 out of 5 steam level

 

what i liked
I read this book very quickly and laughed quite a few times throughout. A lot of double chuckles happening… You know, “haha!” I really enjoyed the writing style, it was conversational – and that’s my favorite kind of narrator!  I feel like I could read one thousand books with this kind of narrator and not get tired of it.

what i didn't like
The storyline became a bit stressful to me at times, because of the whole secret baby. That involved some secret keeping, and some poor communication. Being pregnant right now with my third, there were some pregnancy inconsistencies that were obvious to me but would probably not be obvious to the everyday reader. Overall the novel was too steamy/dirty talky for me, but it is marketed as a steamy romantic comedy!

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