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Oops, I've Fallen

4.37  ·  Rating details ·  1,279 ratings  ·  282 reviews
If my time with Ryan Miller were a hit track on the radio, I imagine the lyrics would go something like this…

“We’re so different, but they say opposites attract. Oops, I’ve fallen, and my heart doesn’t want to come back.”

But, holy bingo night, is my attraction to the sexy, broody businessman so much more complicated than the chorus of a song.

His dad lives right next to my
Kindle Edition, 347 pages
Published March 27th 2021
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✰ Bianca ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰

Carly + Ryan.

gave up her 'grown-up' corporate job in an office a years ago to become a happy ski insructor and sports-goods store owner in Colorado. But the season hasn't started yet and she's a bit bored.

Enter ... her mom.

Stella - 70 year old - is living in a senior community in Florida. And she had some kind of accident that broke her tail bone - so she'll need bit help for a few weeks.

Ryan is a big insurance VP in New York. He's a rule follower. He has lists for lists and rules for rule
Jeeves Reads Romance
Mar 24, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2021-arcs
Can there be too much of a good thing? Yes. This was very funny, and it was very steamy... but I don’t think it was all that romantic. It's like everything I love about this writing duo's work was cranked up to one hundred, and the romance got lost in the shuffle a bit. There is a TON of comedy, a whole lot of steam, and the lighthearted, low angst vibe that keeps me coming back for more. That all sounds amazing on paper, but I wanted a few more quiet moments, a touch more emotion, and a little ...more
Karen's Utterly Unashamed
****This comes out today! Grab a copy and have a funny romantic book for your weekend****

You know what, our world is heavy right now. If you watch the news, or primetime tv for that matter, for more than five minutes you can end up feeling stressed or depressed. Covid, work, family life, kids it can all end up just being too much.

This book, can be your escape from all that. It is light but real and just plain funny. It will lift your mood and give you something to laugh out loud about.

Stella and
Mar 26, 2021 rated it really liked it
Oops, I’ve Fallen had me in stitches. As promised in their forward warning to the reader, I laughed and grinned throughout the book.

When Page’s mom breaks her b-u-t-t and Ryan Miller’s dad pulls a groin muscle, knowing their parents can behave like wild teenagers, they both fly to Florida to take care of them. Life in the retirement community is the furthest thing from tame though, so Carly and Ryan join forces to help each other out. And despite the fact that carefree Carly stole stuck up suit
Deanna (A Novel Glimpse)
Original review: A Novel Glimpse

Note: This review is for an ARC and is my unbiased opinion.

I'm one of the first people to complain about illustrated covers on romance novels, but I have to give Max Monroe (and Banana) credit with this one. It's perfect for this romantic comedy set in a Florida retirement community. As for what's inside those pages...

Oops, I've Fallen was just as funny inside as out. Max Monroe took a senior living community and its inhabitants to a whole new, hilarious level. Th
Mar 21, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: march-2021
Oops, I've Fallen is seriously one of the most hilarious books I've ever read! Max Monroe are Romcom Queens! This book is a little bit enemies to lovers paired with an opposites attract theme. I loved everything about this funny, HOT, and swoon-worthy book! This is sure to fast become another favorite for readers!

Carly and Ryan have quite the journey in this book. Both flying to Florida when Carly's mom Stella, and Ryan's dad, Sal sustained an injury. Their children have to look after and stay w
I love Max Monroe, but this was my least favorite book of theirs.

OOPS I'VE FALLEN has a good premise, seriously laugh-out-loud moments, and some good hate banter, but these two main characters hardly get to know each other at all. Not only is the romance set over a 2-3 week time period, but the only thing these characters talk about is how embarrassing their over-sexed parents are. Then they have sex. Then they have A LOT of sex, non stop, for the rest of the book. Then, suddenly, they are in l
Kelly (the book hussy)
3.5 Stars

This was super funny. I loved her mom and her tik tok videos.

Unfortunately, I could not enjoy the sexy times. My son has the same name as the Hero, so it creeped me the eff out. I had to skim a lot. And I had to keep putting the book down and put something else in my brain to erase what I read.

Note to self. Never read another romance book where the hero shares your sons name.
Brigid Brown
Mar 21, 2021 rated it it was amazing
What's happens when two completely opposite type people come together? Laugh out loud hilarity!!

That's what Oops, I've Fallen is centered around. Carly is totally a fly by the seat of her pants person and the stealer of taxis. Who's taxi? Rule follower Ryan's taxi. That's the meet cute. Funny thing....they are both headed for the same place, their widowed parents senior living community. They quickly learn they have chemistry, off the charts hot AF chemistry.

I absolutely enjoyed watching their
Nate Brightman
Mar 31, 2021 rated it really liked it
Oops I’ve Fallen, the most recent release by authors Max and Monroe is a standalone loaded with plenty of laughs and sexy times. The story features four main characters, Sal Miller, his son Ryan and Stella Page and her youngest daughter Carly. The title refers to both Sal and Stella who are widowed seventy-somethings falling during some amorous activity which results in their children Ryan and Carly coming to Sunny Creek, a seniors assisted living community in Tampa Fl. (think The Villages) to a ...more
Mar 22, 2021 rated it really liked it
Carly and Ryan Stella and Sal.

The book was a little slow at the start, but I kept going g and the middle and ending were much better and very funny. I really liked Ryan and thought he was a good sport for going along with all the craziness. The ending was really sweet and I loved the epilogue.
Mar 22, 2021 rated it it was amazing
I was sent the book for an honest review from social butterfly pr and the authors Max Monroe. We already know that I am a fan of this duo, but if I wasn't I would be after this book. Throughout this book we get to meet a whole host of characters. Characters who make this story come to life. Like this is making want to hang out in a senior village sound like a good time..
I have not laughed this much while reading in a long time. I mean like put down my reader and laugh type of funny. I mean it is
Anna Reads Here
Mar 20, 2021 rated it really liked it
For those who like:
» Forced proximity
» Enemies to lovers
» Grumpy x sunshine
» Entertaining older folks
» Prank wars!
» The usual Max Monroe shenanigans
» Laugh out loud comedy

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ | Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

Review: In true Max Monroe fashion, this book was hilarious. One thing you can always be sure to get with a Max Monroe book is the fantastic humour, characters with all kinds of quirky personality traits and just absolutely entertaining relationships. And in Oops, I’ve Fallen
Just Love books
Mar 27, 2021 rated it it was amazing
“Oh my God, you fractured your tailbone?”
I shouldn’t be smiling, but I’m smiling. “You’re telling me you literally broke your butt?”

Taking care of her mother after having a fall while taking down 'decorations' shouldn't be so hard right? After all how much trouble could someone get up to in a retirement community? Well when it comes to Sella the possibilities are endless especially when you add her new lover Sal into the mix, one thing is sure Carly is going to have her hands full with the
Amy Dickinson
Mar 27, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Overall Grade: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Max Monroe’s newest book, Oops I’ve Fallen, is an uproarious, laugh-out-loud festival of romance. Honestly. And readers will delight in the fact that this book is a “2fer.” It’s a 2 for 1 story where you get two romances for the price of one. Now, not to oversell it, one of those romances doesn’t get as much page time as the other, but it’s there, and it makes for some of the funniest moments in this book.

This story follows Carly and Ryan. Carly is a ski instructor/ski
Mar 24, 2021 rated it it was amazing
*An advance reading copy was provided to me in exchange for an honest review.*

Carly Page has no idea what’s she in for when she gets on a plane to Florida after she finds out that her mother, Stella, fractured her tailbone in a fall while taking down holiday decorations… in September. Carly’s sister, Willow, is a lawyer with a case about to go to trial and she can’t get away right now. Thankfully, Carly owns her own Ski Shop in Colorado and can leave it in her Store Manager’s very capable hands,
Mar 26, 2021 rated it really liked it
4.5 “live in the moment” stars!

Oops, I’ve Fallen is hilarious and I couldn’t get enough of it. Seriously, I could not stop laughing the moment I opened this book. From Carly and Ryan to Sal and Stella, I fell in love with these characters and the adorable love story!

Carly is the fly by the seat of your pants kind of girl who owns a ski shop in Colorado and Ryan is the rule following, workaholic living in New York City. Neither are looking for love but that is exactly what they find when they bot
Mar 21, 2021 rated it it was amazing
And now for something completely different. Well not different in the laughs department just something different in how to get to the subject matter. Seriously, I was highlighting in chapter one and laughing out loud. Not lol but really laughing. I’m not a highlighter but I was highlighting. I don’t do spoilers because it’s not fair to the author. You need to read the book for yourself to get the full enjoyment and impact. However, all that being said when I saw the words and context of Barney F ...more
Valeen Robertson (Live Thru Books Blog)

Amazon / Amazon Worldwide

When free-spirited Carly gets a call from her mom that she's injured herself taking down some Christmas decorations (even though it's not holiday season), she's begged by her sister to go sort it out. She had no idea that a) her mother was fudging the truth about the circumstances leading up to her fall, and b) she was about to have her world spun around and off its axis by a man who's her complete opposite.

Mr. Rule Follower with lists for everything Ryan has come to
Mar 22, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Reviewing on behalf of Relentless Book Chics Ramblings and Reviews

A hilarious and fun romance; I want to be Stella when I get older!

I’m a huge fan of these authors and when I read the blurb for this; I couldn’t wait to read it.

Carly loves to ski and lives and works in Vail where she owns her own business. When she gets a call from her Mom Stella informing her that she’s had an accident, she flies to Florida to help her while she recovers.

Ryan is a typical businessman and takes his job in insuran
Kate Grand {A Grand Romance}
Mar 22, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arc-2021
”Oops I’ve Fallen” is a hilarious romantic comedy

“Oops I’ve Fallen” is an opposites attract romantic comedy that will have you possibly injuring yourself with laughter.

What you need to know about “Oops I’ve Fallen”:
✔ Opposites Attract
✔ Dual Point of View with extra POVs
✔ Romantic Comedy
✔ Things get crazy in Sunny Creek retirement village
✔ Hot Type A New Yorker Ryan
✔ Beautiful carefree ski instructor from Vail, Carly
✔ Complete Standalone

Carly’s Mom and Ryan’s Dad each have “accidents” in their
Mar 22, 2021 rated it it was amazing
This book was just what I needed to get me out of my head. This book was amazing and HILARIOUS! Max Monroe know what they are doing. They are an amazing duo of writers. With every book I fall more in love with their writing. I highly recommend this book, actually I recommend all their books.

Ryan Miller, is a rule following, never going outside the lines, type A kind of guy. He always has a plan and considers everything he does before doing it. He is 100% committed to his job in New York. It has
Mar 24, 2021 rated it it was amazing
**Honest review in exchange for ARC**

This book had me laughing from start to finish!
Carly Page, a free spirited ski instructor, has to go help her 70 year old mom, Stella, recover from a broken "butt" injury. Upon her arrival in FL from CO, she encounters Ryan Miller, aka Barney Fife, "the all business CEO type!"😂 After stealing his taxi, she heads to the hospital to see her mom and get her home to Sunny Creek Village. Ryan is in FL from NY to help his 75 year old father, Sal, also a Sunny Cree
Apr 02, 2021 rated it really liked it
Cute, a little cheesy, but an amusing romp about two very different children, from different parts of the country, who are forced to mske extended visits to their parents' retirement community in Florida, Sunny Creek Village Independent Senior Living Community due to a freak accident involving Carl's mother, Stella, and Ryan's father, Sal. It seems the two were minorly injured, but somewhat incapacited by a fall as Sal was "helping Stella take down holiday decorations" in September (despite that ...more
Apr 04, 2021 rated it really liked it
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Menotah (Canadian Girl Book Blog)

"Sometimes, you don't need to plan everything. Sometimes, you just need to let life lead you because, eventually, it will all work itself out."

Ryan and Carly both leave their jobs and lives behind to temporarily move into the Sunny Creek retirement community to take care of their parents who were injured in a suspicious "decoration removal" accident. Ryan and Carly did not expect that taking care of two elderly people would be a full-time job so they team up to
Mar 21, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: finished
The rom-com was loads of fun from the very first page. The double meaning of “Oops, I’ve Fallen” is a perfect title and features two love stories in one. Senior citizens and next-door neighbors Sal Miller and Stella Page have a tumble while participating in some hanky-panky and their respective children, Ryan and Carly, come to their aid.

A successful, smart businessman who is a bit anal retentive, looks great in and out of a suit, and is a dynamo in the sheets is my catnip, and Max Monroe wrote
Judy Lynn
Mar 21, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Love is ageless in a community of the aging.

I loved this story of Carly and Ryan falling in love while taking care of their respective parents. It is written in first person In addition to Carly and Ryan’s POV, the reader also has glimpses of POV from Ryan’s dad, Sal, and Carly’s mom, Stella.

Ryan is a Type A, follow-the-rules kind of guy. He only takes action once it is carefully considered, and the consequences are thoughtfully weighed. Carly is a fun-loving ski instructor and business owner. S
Mar 25, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Oops…I’ve Fallen…hard for this book! Ryan and Carly are complete opposites and prove the point that opposites do indeed attract. Right from the get-go - their meet cute - we start falling in love with them. Carly is the outspoken, unorganized, crazy one, while Ryan is the buttoned up, corporate VP with all the responsibilities. Ryan also happens to be sweet, caring, and dare I say…swoony! He’s certainly hard to resist.

Ryan and Carly are both headed down to Florida to take care of their parents
Kimberly / Love Notes Book Blog
Mar 26, 2021 rated it liked it
Shelves: arc
3.5 stars. This was a cute book! Oops, I've Fallen is a standalone book by Max Monroe. This is Carly and Ryan's story. Carly is a free spirit who teaches ski lessons in Colorado. Ryan is more buttoned up and a businessman/workaholic from NYC. When Carly's mom, Stella, breaks her tailbone in a mysterious accident in her retirement village in Florida, she flies down to stay with her and take care of her for a few months. There she meets Carly's mom's next door neighbor, who was also hurt in her my ...more
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