Undeniably Yours : The Kowalski Family

  • by Shannon Stacey
  • Narrated by Lauren Fortgang
  • Series: The Kowalski Family
  • 7 hrs and 52 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

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-clad man she never thought she'd see again. She tries to keep her distance from Kevin but, by last call, she can't say no to his too-blue eyes or the invitation back to his room. Then she slips out before breakfast without leaving a note and, despite their precautions, pregnant.
Kevin quickly warms to the idea of being a dad and to seeing where things go with Beth. After all, he's not the player she thinks he is. But she's not ready for a relationship and, given his reputation, it's going to take a lot to convince her to go on a second date with the father of her child.

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NOT a romance, hoping the dude would dump her!

I was stuck driving across country listening to this. The lead female character was so incredibly ungrateful and B-it-Ch-Y the entire time, up until the last 10 minutes of audio. THE WHOLE time she just complained about everyone being nice to her, she gets knocked up by a guy she doesn't even know and he gives her an apartment, job, and $ and she just pushes him away. He's such a nice guy that by the end you can't WAIT for him to give her the boot. Now that is NOT romance. horrible, that and the author must have an obsession wtih fatty food. Every chapter and one of the characters is eating something digusting.
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- Gianna

Shallow, poor character development

This book is incredibly shallow. We never learn anything about Beth, the main character, other than the fact that she avoids love and relationships. Her parents "smother" her with love so she leaves home to be on her own. She gets short term jobs and saves the money so she can leave town when people start caring about her. In the entire book she never does a single good thing for another person, never acts selflessly, never shows any character. On the other hand, Kevin is adorable. He steps up and does everything for Beth. In spite of Kevin's extreme niceness, awesome handsomeness, and too numerous to mention positive qualities, he falls for Beth because she is not interested in him and/or is having his baby. The entire book is filled with Kevin being nice and understanding and Beth being aloof and angry. About half way through the book, she stops thinking about pushing Kevin away because he is smothering her (like her parents did) and decides to push him away because his love is probably not real (which she should like because of her other love-phobia problems). For the remainder of the book she is cruel to Kevin because she's afraid he might not really love her. In the last 5 minutes of the book, after I spent the last many hours begging Kevin to leave the virago, she decides to love him, thus clearing the way for a happy ending. By the way, Beth never does anything to redeem her character other than change her mind about accepting what Kevin has been trying to give her thoughout the book. After the honeymoon she's sure to be harping on him again. Unbelievably shallow writing.
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- pewter

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-09-2010
  • Publisher: Carina Press