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
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
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
And the heroine
Beth: Kevin is hot. I want him.
Kevin: Let’s sleep together
A week later
Beth: I’m pregnant
Kevin: Cool. Let’s get married.
Beth: I don’t need you to get married. I can marry myself
Kevin: Well let me help you with the pregnancy
Beth: No. I’m so independent. I impregnated myself.
Kevin: but I love you
Beth: no you don’t. I love myself.
Exasperating and infuriating woman! I was so ready for this book to end. The redeeming quality was the Kowalski family. ...more
But I’d already made the effort of checking this out from the library and I do like ...more
Undeniably Yours is the third installment in Shannon Stacey's contemporary romance series titled: Kowalski Family. I am a fan of Ms. Stacey and her writing, and I love this series! It has wit, humor, a primary and secondary romance, and a down-to-earth storyline. However, I didn't enjoy Undeniably Yours as much as the other two I have read thus far (Exclusively Yours and Yours to Keep). The female lead is stubbornly independent by nature and it gets annoying after a while. That is my only com ...more
(I put the mental in mental casting!)
(Also, I've had a litttttle bit to drink.)
I read three romance authors: Victoria Dahl, Julie James, and Shannon Stacey. Dahl I read for the sex, James I read for the dialogue, and Stacey I read for the men. The Kowalski men. Hot damn. Of the 3 Kowalskis, Kevin Kowalski of Undeniably Yours is my favorite. He's just a good guy. He owns a bar, he loves the Celtics (forgivable), and he loves his family. He was married once before to a woman who ...more
Cem Yılmaz'ın filmine ait olabilir ama emin değilim açıkçası.
Kitap için bas bas bağırıp o repliği söylemek istiyorum defalarda..
"Doktor bu neee??!??!"
Kitabı neresinden tutsam elimde patlayacakmış gibi hissediyorum.
Karakterler özellikle de Beth... Okurken ölüp ölüp dirildim resmen. -_-
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
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
I really liked a lot of it. Kevin and the whole Kowalski clan were wonderful. I loved the sense of camaraderie and friendship between them, and the other secondary characters.
Kevin was a solid character, who really wanted to do the right thing by Beth. He also wanted to settle down with a family, so the timing was right fo ...more
This was a good story. I've read book #1 of the series and liked the series and family from that book so I decided to try the next book in the series. I really liked Kevin in this book. He turned out to be a really good hero. Beth was a good heroine at times but she was so set against a relationship that sometimes it made her a less than lovable character.
Beth is the only daughter of parents that suffered 5 miscarriages. She grew up feeling smothered by her parents protectiveness and ...more
I really enjoyed “Exclusively Yours” the 1st book in the series. The author is a good writer and really keeps my interest. This is book 2. The beginning was good but it soon turned into a disappointment. Here’s what happens. Guy and girl meet, are drawn to each other, have sex, condom breaks, she’s pregnant. She informs him of the pregnancy but does not want a relationship. He does everything right. He helps her financially an ...more
What saved this book for me was Kevin and his family-for me they completely saved the story; their close relationship and interaction with one another is amazing, and I love it/them.
I'm still interested in ...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
However, in this one, I didn't really 'get' Beth. The whole 'nomadic' lifestyle didn't make sense to me. Ok, so her mother had some miscarriages, and she is the only child they had and they are smothering. So she takes off and moves around the country living like a fugitive on the run, living in shithole apartments? Fighting off ...more
Im zweiten Teil geht es natürlich auch wieder darum, wie sich ein zuckersüßes Pärchen findet. Einfach wird es dem Paar natürlich nicht gemacht und so verschlingt man eifrig eine Seite nach der anderen, bis es endlich zu dem (wenig überraschendem) Ende kommt.
For anyone who doesn’t already know it, Shannon Stacey is a big fan and supporter of all things Boston sports related and she makes no bones about where her allegiance lies when cheering for her teams. So it‘s no surprise that her characters are huge fans of all things Boston/New England. The many sports references in Undeniably Yours were often a source of co ...more
Beth is a nomad by choice, going from one crappy job/apartment to anot ...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
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
I love big, crazy families. They're so fun! (and loud. and overwhelming. Hey. Someone should ask me about the time MY family went into intimate detail about how to properly slaughter a pig over a holiday dinner once. THAT WAS FUN ...more
I had a very hard time warming up to Beth. She kept holding Kevin off, and while I understood the reluctance to jump into a relationship because of the baby, she never gave them a chance to find out if there was anything ...more
Other books in the series
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