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.
Great romcom book
A great story and funny one liners that made me laugh so much. Recommended to anyone who loves a cute romance and needs a laugh ❤️
It could have been great
The story was there. The concept was good, the execution just didn’t do it for me. I was not a fan of the author’s writing style. There were parts that I felt were redundant and drawn out with no reason, where as the important parts were skimmed over. In the middle of the book it jumps back to their beginning to explain which didn’t work. I’m not sure what is supposed to make this a comedy because it wasn’t any funnier than any other book. Just a few quips, back & forth banter, but nothing that was overwhelmingly funny. I will say the steamy parts were okay. Just with the plot of the book, it was annoying at how they would play out but then make no difference. I read it because it was free but I unfortunately was not impressed.
I have a question
Can I read this as a stand alone?