Undeniably Yours (Kowalski Family #2)
One-night stand + two percent condom failure rate = happily ever after?
Bar owner Kevin Kowalski is used to women throwing their phone numbers at him, but lately he’s more interested in finding a woman to settle down with. A woman like Beth Hansen. If only their first meeting hadn’t gone so badly...
Beth’s tending bar at a wedding when she comes face-to-face with a tuxedo-...more
Kevin was ruined. No way in hell was he going to have a normal relationship with a woman’s vagina ever again.I LOVE these books... every single one of them!! Absolutely favorites and keepers, each and every one! Undeniably Yours is book two of the Kowalski family series and it’s funny, heartwarming, sexy… and in case I didn’t make it clear enough, I LOVED IT!
Shit. He was even using the word 'vagina'. He was totally, irretrievably ruined as a man.
This is Kevin and Beth’s story who, after a one-...more
I wanted to bash Beth over the head with the boulder that is her pride. She spends the entire book whining about how everyone wants to help her and be there for her but she is too independent and afraid of smothering to allow it.
I have no idea what Kevin sees in her. Why does he try so hard when he is getting nothing in return? He puts up with her crap for ten months. Being supportive, trying to show her affection. I wanted to shake some self-respect into him. Women are always giving h...more
I simply adore Kevin. I love how much he genuinely cares. He's not your average player even though he could easily live like o...more
Kevin Kowalski is a bar owner from a huge and loving family. He is immediately attracted to Beth and the two have a memorable night together. Very memorable as it turns out because he condom failed and beth is pregnant.
Before I get to my problems with Beth, I'll say w...more
In a fantastic twist of fate, they meet again and proceed to have a fun filled night of passion. Much to Kevin's dismay, Beth skips out before he awakens to avoid the awkward "morning after" routine. It's never really clear to me why B...more
One night he spots Beth Hansen in his bar. He is immediately smitten but their first meeting ends in a disaster. As luck would have it they meet again when Beth is working as a bartender at his brother's wedding. They spend an incredible night together but the next mor...more
It was good but not great. I didn't care for the heroine, Beth, at all. I guess I should give her points for at least telling Kevin he was going to be a father but she just made me so mad with her stubborn behavior. I prefer...more
Our hero and heroine in this contemporary romance are the most real that I have read in a long time. Keven reminds me of my husband, a real ladies man, but an all around deceit guy. Beth reminds me of me, a girl who is a little bit of a cynic and want to make sure she is doing the right thing for everybody. The chemistry between those two were off the charts from the first page and I haven't felt...more
This is the 2nd book I've read written by Mrs. Shannon. I've already noticed a pattern: besides some repetitive dumb lines, there are also a lot of crass remarks and descriptions. The stories have a funny note that I enjoyed but the author needs LOTS of work on her suaveness when putting in scene some ideas. OR smoothness was just NOT in her plans! To me the problem is the way she creates some situations. Also the characters are simple developed -- to fit th...more
Beth lives a vagabond lifestyle, working menial jobs and living in cruddy apartments until she feels like she's getting too close to the people she's met. Then she packs her bag and hops on a bus for a new town. She is bartending at Kevin's brother's wedding and they end up having a one-night stand. Unfortunately the co...more
An interesting premise. kevin and Beth have a one night stand after Joe's wedding. Beth leves the next morning never intending to see Kevin again. It turns out the protection they used was insufficient and Beth is pregnant. She...more
This book deals with the youngest Kowalski son Kevin. In the first book we get the impression that Kevin is a little bit of a ladies man. He knows how to attract them, but he's not a bad guy. Well, we find out more to him in this book. He may attract the ladies, but he doe...more
I liked the much of the story line of Undeniably Yours, but Beth's fear of commitment and fear of losing her self identity then being abandoned never seemed realistic to me. Yes, losing your parents at the age of 4 could raise abandonment issues, but this did not seem to be fleshed out. She had this huge phobia, but it never seemed r...more
I was still entertained by the whole Kowalski clan throughout the book. It made me wish I lived around a huge family! I loved their interactions and you could always...more
After a one night escapade between Beth and Kevin after Joe's wedding, the two part ways after a misunderstanding. They both...more
And I ain’t exactly a turn-the-other-cheek guy when it comes to getting punched in the face.
Every time her gaze landed on him—which was a lot more often than she cared to admit—he’d been watching her.
I won’t say she broke my heart but, yeah, it hurt a little.
We both know, that you wouldn’t be here if you didn’t want to be and to hell with any threats I may or may not have made.
she’d spent more than a few lonely hours lying awake, p...more
Formula: boy meets girl, one night stand, BOOM she's pregnant. From here it could have gone many ways. In this case, the...more
Beth completely closed herself off and came off like a jerk--for ten months. She argued about every single thing the hero wanted to help her with, even though he was just trying to do his best by his baby and a woman that he...more
Kevin Kowalski the owner of a bar. He meets Beth Hansen one night in his bar when the guy she is with ends up getting thrown out an arrested. It turns out the guy was her boss and not some date gone bad as Kevin thought. Beth walks out with a word and unimpressed and Kevin runs into her a few nights later when she's working as...more
Kevin Kowalski and is family is back in his own story. Kevin used to be a cop but quit when he found his wife in bed with his captain. Kevin moved back to his home town and bought a bar.
Kevin was always given phone numbers in lipstick on napkins all the time. One night at his bar someone was drunk and pawing his date who did not want his hands on her. Kevin would not serve him anymore, but offered coffee free. The drunk was going to hit Kevin but...more
When she’s not writing, she’s indulging in her other passion—f...more
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He propped his elbows on the bar so his face was very close to hers.
"I can't make magic like Lily with any woman but you.”
“The bartender at your wedding.”
“Oh, that’s right. How could I forget when
my husband almost got thrown out of our own
reception for trying to hire her like a hooker or
“What’s a hooker?” Bobby asked.
Keri’s island tan flushed pink. “Oops.”
“You put it on the end of a fishing pole,
dummy,” Brian explained.
Bobby frowned. “Uncle Joe tried to hire a