Oopsie Daisy: A Steamy Romantic Comedy

Oopsie Daisy: A Steamy Romantic Comedy

by Iris Morland

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My professor gave me my first D.
Now my next assignment is due...in nine months.

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.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163126903
Publisher: Blue Violet Press LLC
Publication date: 11/05/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 3,816
File size: 388 KB

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Oopsie Daisy: A Steamy Romantic Comedy 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Cali-Jewel 8 days ago
Loved this emotionally thrilling roller coaster filled with lovable charters, unforgettable banter, laugh out loud twists and heart racing passion..... was a highly entertaining read from beginning to end. Adore Kate and was so happy to finally get her story, brilliant story telling!
SherriBabb 11 days ago
I was so excited to get the third book in this series. Let me tell you that the wait was so worth it. This third book was everything I was hoping for and then some. It was funny and sweet. I loved Kate and Lochlann. There was a lot of chemistry between them. Their story is very well written and I loved all the characters. When a book can make you keep laughing out loud you know that it for sure a five star read. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Avid_Reader_LB4 12 days ago
Irish import prof and college student: science nerds with real chemistry! I really enjoyed heroine grad student Kate's acerbic wit. Author Iris Morland laced this romance with some very hot scenes and humor. I found Irish hero Lochlann a bit of a jerk but ultimately I think he redeems himself. Putting him against a science-loving heroine who wants to save the world from climate change but gets sidetracked by their more immediate concerns was an interesting choice. I also loved Kate's interactions with her roommate. All in all, a good read with an unexpected HEA. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
CharmaineGabriel21 12 days ago
Oopsie Daisy: A Steamy Romantic Comedy by Iris Morland is a wonderful read.Delightful,cute,entertaining and sexy rom-com story of Kate and Lochlann; Kate went to Ireland to attend her sister wedding and had a one night stand,3 months later she found out that his Prof; is none other than her hot Fling,crazy right, a well written story that will keeps you entertained while reading and with great chemistry,loved it! great addition to the series,well done! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
ViperSpaulding 12 days ago
Sweet, frothy professor/student romance Kate was just self-effacing enough to be adorable, even when she was being deliberately obstinate in dealing with Lochlann. Professor Gallagher, for his part, is in line for the jerk-of-the-month club but manages to redeem himself just in the nick of time. Each one is more concerned for their respective academic careers than they are for the child they created, but they do eventually get their HEA. There's plenty of humor and steam, and only a few minor inconsistencies that stopped just short of pulling me out of the story. Still, the characters are solid and the family ties help smooth out the wrinkles. If you've read the earlier books in this series, you don't want to miss this one. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
Anonymous 12 days ago
I am so loving the series. This is the 3rd book in the series which was fantastic as all of them have been. Oopsie Daisy centres around Kate the youngest of the Wright daughters and Lochlann Gallagher the cousin of Kate's brother in law. Sounds complicated but not really. Kate and Lochlann had a line night stand and even though they did the right thing, protection wise the usual mishap occurred. This is about how they learn about each other, grow as people, and lessen that somethings are more important than work. It is such a great book and each book had been about each or the three Wright daughters. Each book although having much the same characters are each very different feel. Such a treat, the characters are somewhat quirky, lots of tension and drama, a little steam but lots of chemistry between Kate and Lochlann. One could not just walk away. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Merryj 12 days ago
This charming story will have your emotions everywhere. Kate had a hookup while in Ireland with an intriguing man. Now she's back on US soil and finds herself in the motherly way. To add to her dreary, her hookup happens to be none other than her professor one who is doing research similar to what she is researching and it could lead to the end of their careers if found out. The drama's heating up between not only Kate and Lochlann but he has a rival professor trying to get a hold of his research to boost her career. Will everything come together in the end for Lochlann and Kate or will they loose everthing? I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Chloe Trivelpiece 13 days ago
Oh how I was waiting, oh so impatiently, for Kate's book!! And it was so worth the wait! Oopsie Daisy is Kate & Lochlann's story and what a funny, steamy, heartfelt story it is! Kate is the youngest sister, she is the prankster, the nerdy girl, the screw-up....well that's what she thinks.  I see her as funny, courageous and kick-butt type of heroine we all need!  She is fierce in her determination to make a better world.  When she meets Lochlann well then sparks fly and like gasoline and a flame they burn up the pages! Lochlann is studious, he too is determined to make his mark in the world, but he falls in lust hard for Kate. I wanted to shake him sometimes for his selfishness, but then he came through quite brilliantly... When Kate & Lochlann's one night stand turns into so much more...well complications arise, feelings get changed and hearts get bruised. Ms. Morland creates magic with her words! This is a true romantic comedy! Kate is hilarious and is such a foil to Lochlann's uptight nature! This whole series is fantastic, but I think I will have a soft spot for this story in particular!! So well done!
Kristen Bergh-Lewendon 13 days ago
There’re a lot of years between me and Kate. And I had to keep reminding myself that acting childish isn’t out of character when the character practically still is one. She jokes about being sixteen in a couple of scenes and then pretty much acts like she is for most of the rest of the book. I liked Lochlann. He has no emotional intelligence whatsoever, but I liked Lochlann. I don’t quite understand how these two worked together, but they kept me laughing for the whole book. Yeah, there are some holes in the plot where I would have loved to know more about what happened. And, yes, I think Lochlann is a coward and a great big doofus for the way he handled his job and treated Kate. (I’m feeding him a little bit more rope to hang himself with here, because as I suggested above, he has the empathy of a root vegetable.) And their happy ever after does come about with next to no real effort. But they kept me laughing. I’ve discovered I can gloss over a lot of things that probably irritate the daylights out of other people if a book can keep me entertained. I’m sad to know that I’ve just read the last of the sisters, however, I’m dying to know who’s up next. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book through Hidden Gems Books.
EllenH 13 days ago
I liked both Kate and Lochlann and I liked them together but I wasn't always sure about their connection.
AnneDon 13 days ago
I truly, truly loved Kate, but Lochlann was, I felt, a selfish, arrogant, egotistical pillock, and this really detracted from my enjoyment of the book and the story. I’m not sure whether I loathed him because he was so well written, or because he was just wrong for Kate, hence my very on-the-fence three stars. Kate, though, was well written and her character is beautifully developed, along with the reader’s understanding of how hard she’s worked for her position and how very bright she is – and how great it is to have someone with no filter. So, yes, I’m on the fence here, but leaning way over to Kate! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.