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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.

November 5
Blue Violet Press LLC
Iris Morland

Customer Reviews

Samantha B. Sokol ,

Finally getting Kate’s book and it fit her perfectly!

Finally getting Kate’s book and it fit her perfectly! After Kate decides to let loose at her sister’s destination wedding, those decisions end up following her back to the US when she finds out that not only is she pregnant, but her baby daddy is her advisor for grad school. Lachlann is new to the US and excited to continue his career and research somewhere he knows can develop it, but all his dreams come to a halt when he realizes his new advisee is none other than Kate. After he finds out he’s going to be a father, the pair try to keep a low profile of their bundle of joy out of fear that he will be deported and lose his job because of it, even though the met before the school year. I really loved the character of Kate and her strong-willed personality and ability to do what she sets after, no matter how other people feel differently. While I wasn’t originally the biggest fan of Lachlann, I did enjoy how he stepped up to the plate once everything was out in the open and revealed his true feelings. Overall, I loved the book and the end of the Flower Shop Sisters series – each book was delightful and hilarious!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

Nettie1114 ,

Loved Oopsie Daisy

Oopsie Daisy by Iris Moreland is an wonderful read. I loved this story of the youngest smart daughter of the Wright sisters, Kate. Who decided to have a one night stand at her sisters wedding in Ireland with her new brother-in-law’s cousin. When she is back at school she is meeting with her University advisor and it’s Liam cousin Lachlan, her one night stand. Great set up for the challenges for Kate and Lachlan as student and professor then throw in an Oops. I love how Iris Moreland writes she draws you into the story with great chemistry between the characters. I highly recommend reading this book and you will enjoy reading it.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

PattiA810 ,

A One Night Stand to Forever

Terrific!! This story is funny, sweet, bitter and frustrating but, it is worth it because Kate and Lochlann are a special couple. Kate’s nervous sarcasm, wit and spontaneity gives levity to the drama of her one night stand turning into much more with a baby on the way. The ever formidable Lochlann is charming while keeping Kate at arms length. Their back and forth taboo relationship keeps hope alive in Kate while Lochlann refuses to see what’s in front him except his work and the responsible to his unborn baby. The story is so well done and the characters, especially Kate’s friends, Naoko and Henry just give that bit of extra something that make this whole book exceptional.

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