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They can’t stand each other…or can they? For years, hard work and perseverance have been the tenets by which Santiago Vila lived his life. As such, he’s achieved everything he’s gone after. Except Abena Dubango. She’s the total package of brains, beauty, and a sense of humor. Even though she wears another man’s ring, he’s never forgotten the moments they spent together. And They can’t stand each other…or can they? For years, hard work and perseverance have been the tenets by which Santiago Vila lived his life. As such, he’s achieved everything he’s gone after. Except Abena Dubango. She’s the total package of brains, beauty, and a sense of humor. Even though she wears another man’s ring, he’s never forgotten the moments they spent together. And he’ll make sure she doesn’t, either. Abena has plans. Get married, have children, and live happily ever after. She even has a fiancé to achieve her goals. But two things stand in her way: Santiago Vila, and her undeniable attraction to him.


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They can’t stand each other…or can they? For years, hard work and perseverance have been the tenets by which Santiago Vila lived his life. As such, he’s achieved everything he’s gone after. Except Abena Dubango. She’s the total package of brains, beauty, and a sense of humor. Even though she wears another man’s ring, he’s never forgotten the moments they spent together. And They can’t stand each other…or can they? For years, hard work and perseverance have been the tenets by which Santiago Vila lived his life. As such, he’s achieved everything he’s gone after. Except Abena Dubango. She’s the total package of brains, beauty, and a sense of humor. Even though she wears another man’s ring, he’s never forgotten the moments they spent together. And he’ll make sure she doesn’t, either. Abena has plans. Get married, have children, and live happily ever after. She even has a fiancé to achieve her goals. But two things stand in her way: Santiago Vila, and her undeniable attraction to him.

30 review for Undeniable

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lorice DeBlanc-Brim

    Highly recommended!👍👏 That is a lot of expectations from one parent when it comes to Abena. As an adult it's hard to find your way when too much is riding on your shoulders. As for Santiago, his father is a total butthead and a sad individual. Santiago deserved his happiness from his spiteful father. I enjoyed the outcome of the story. Great work Ms. 💎 Highly recommended!👍👏 That is a lot of expectations from one parent when it comes to Abena. As an adult it's hard to find your way when too much is riding on your shoulders. As for Santiago, his father is a total butthead and a sad individual. Santiago deserved his happiness from his spiteful father. I enjoyed the outcome of the story. Great work Ms. 💎

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    Delaney delivered again. Loved this Latin Men Series. A very good ending. Abena and Santiago had a very special kind of love. Very sweet and not much drama. A must read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Camille

    Good. Two little issues: 1. This author has to learn how to use the past participle form of the verb. Using the simple past tense in every, single situation is wrong and jarring. 2. There is one incident where the Ghanaian protagonist’s face is being held tenderly as if “her skin were made out of the finest porcelain.” Come on! Throughout the book, the reader is told how beautifully dark Abena is. Granted, porcelain does not only reference colour but texture, yet we know that both are conjured me Good. Two little issues: 1. This author has to learn how to use the past participle form of the verb. Using the simple past tense in every, single situation is wrong and jarring. 2. There is one incident where the Ghanaian protagonist’s face is being held tenderly as if “her skin were made out of the finest porcelain.” Come on! Throughout the book, the reader is told how beautifully dark Abena is. Granted, porcelain does not only reference colour but texture, yet we know that both are conjured mentally upon usage. Let’s not rely on the old and hackneyed for our characters please. Whiteness and its attendant adjectives have no space in this book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Dee's Reading Zone

    Really loved this couple! 5 undeniable stars *****

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rachel K

    Not my kind of romance...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Celeste

    Santiago and Abena, when love takes hold It's bittersweet that the Latin Series has come to an end, but Delaney did what only she could do. Fusing together two cultures of strength and love. What we have in Santiago and Abena was magical. It was not perfect but instead perfectly imperfect. Abena having to come into her own womanhood while remaining true to her upbringing. Santiago having to not allow his past keep him from his present. It was a good mix of emotional pull and internal strength to Santiago and Abena, when love takes hold It's bittersweet that the Latin Series has come to an end, but Delaney did what only she could do. Fusing together two cultures of strength and love. What we have in Santiago and Abena was magical. It was not perfect but instead perfectly imperfect. Abena having to come into her own womanhood while remaining true to her upbringing. Santiago having to not allow his past keep him from his present. It was a good mix of emotional pull and internal strength to succeed. It was beautiful and I rooted for them each step of the way. As I paraphrase the line, "love chooses you, you don't get to choose love". It was the freeing moment between Abena and her aunt that reconciled her heart to Santiago.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Roxana

    "Undeniable" is the story of the love between Abena Dubango (from Ghana) and Santiago Vila (from Argentina). They work in the highly competitive world of restaurants, in Miami, and have a story in their past. But Abena is engaged to a seemingly better suitor. However, the attraction between them is just too strong... This is a very entertaining novel, hot and steamy, but also tender, with a very strong and likable female character and a really attractive male counterpart. I love it when romance t "Undeniable" is the story of the love between Abena Dubango (from Ghana) and Santiago Vila (from Argentina). They work in the highly competitive world of restaurants, in Miami, and have a story in their past. But Abena is engaged to a seemingly better suitor. However, the attraction between them is just too strong... This is a very entertaining novel, hot and steamy, but also tender, with a very strong and likable female character and a really attractive male counterpart. I love it when romance tells stories about job, family and personal growth too, and this story does. I can recommend it to any romance fan. I received the book for free through Goodreads First Reads

  8. 5 out of 5

    The CurvyJones

    I read this book for research... yeah that is what we will call it. And also because I love Delaney Diamond's work and I'm still trying to make my way through her backlist. She is a delight to have on my kindle and all of her books are sensual, set it the most decadent of locales with characters I pine for more of. A good read. I read this book for research... yeah that is what we will call it. And also because I love Delaney Diamond's work and I'm still trying to make my way through her backlist. She is a delight to have on my kindle and all of her books are sensual, set it the most decadent of locales with characters I pine for more of. A good read.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Nana Prah

    I have wanted to read Abena and Santiago’s story since I was introduced to them in More Than a Mistress (Latin Men Book 6). I was so happy when this book came out that I rushed to read it and it didn’t disappoint. Filled with the couple’s personal history, friendship, passion, and a true romance. My main issue with the book was Abena’s stubbornness when it came to Santiago. Of course it had a basis, and to an extent I totally understood why she resisted him for so long, but there were a few time I have wanted to read Abena and Santiago’s story since I was introduced to them in More Than a Mistress (Latin Men Book 6). I was so happy when this book came out that I rushed to read it and it didn’t disappoint. Filled with the couple’s personal history, friendship, passion, and a true romance. My main issue with the book was Abena’s stubbornness when it came to Santiago. Of course it had a basis, and to an extent I totally understood why she resisted him for so long, but there were a few times when I wanted to yell at her so she’d finally wake up and accept the deliciousness that was Santiago. Other than that the book was amazing.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dinese E.

    How in the world Abena could resist Santiago for as long as she did I do not know. How she could see him EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. and get through her workday I do not know. I would have been in the bathroom banging my head against the wall. This book was heaven. He was just so so so delicious, like a fudge brownie with ice cream on top. I wondered - HOW she could let Santiago perform oral on her and THEN get engaged? But I already know - to please her strict mother who lived in Ghana where Abena was How in the world Abena could resist Santiago for as long as she did I do not know. How she could see him EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. and get through her workday I do not know. I would have been in the bathroom banging my head against the wall. This book was heaven. He was just so so so delicious, like a fudge brownie with ice cream on top. I wondered - HOW she could let Santiago perform oral on her and THEN get engaged? But I already know - to please her strict mother who lived in Ghana where Abena was raised. Her fiance was successful, stable, he understood her culture, etc. But he didn't make her FEEL. Unbelievable. That girl had some strength to try to do what was right in her mind. I'm proud of her efforts! (HA!). Now, Santiago was not a saint. After that deed he performed with her on his desk, he hooked up with someone else. I mean, if it really MEANT something to him (which he claimed it did) then WHY didn't he call her when she returned to Florida? I wondered about that throughout the book but it was never answered. He just dropped in and thought they could pick up where they left off. Uh, no boy - NO. He left her too long to stew about where he was and WHO he was doing. You can't do that to any woman but a BLACK woman? NAH. Their first time was one of the best "hot spots" I've ever read and I've read plenty. Wait - did I say Santiago was delicious? Okay. Ms. Diamond described him so very well, I was drooling - picturing in my mind that body of his and the way he moved, talked, his mannerisms, everything. Lawd. I love this woman's books.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dionne

    They can't stand each other...or can they? Wow! The fire between Abena and Santiago had the pages in my book sizzling! I loved the passion and the way Delaney Diamond is able to create a wonderful picture of a couple's banter - heated arguments, and love. It was great!! Then the added shocker from Santiago's father! Had me shaking my head... You'll find you won't put this one down. A riveting conclusion to the series. A recommended read! They can't stand each other...or can they? Wow! The fire between Abena and Santiago had the pages in my book sizzling! I loved the passion and the way Delaney Diamond is able to create a wonderful picture of a couple's banter - heated arguments, and love. It was great!! Then the added shocker from Santiago's father! Had me shaking my head... You'll find you won't put this one down. A riveting conclusion to the series. A recommended read!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sandra

    Undeniably Excellent Read! The latest (last?) novel of the "Latin Men" series did not disappoint! Abena and Santiago's story picked up where it left off in the previous novel--their argument in Estaban's office. They had excellent chemistry and both had to overcome a few demons for them to be together. Undeniably Excellent Read! The latest (last?) novel of the "Latin Men" series did not disappoint! Abena and Santiago's story picked up where it left off in the previous novel--their argument in Estaban's office. They had excellent chemistry and both had to overcome a few demons for them to be together.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Caroline Bartee

    Tell Amo This book is certainly close to my heart being Liberian and Ghanaian woman. Abena was very secure and when through all the pressure placed on you by family. Santiago was man seeking acceptance while being in denial. Enjoyed reading Abena and Santiago love story and hated it was too short.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina Hamilton

    Hot Hot Hot This is the last one in the Latin Men series and it was well worth the wait. Hot and steamy love scenes. The chemistry between Santiago and Abena was off the charts from beginning to end. Happy reading....

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sada

    Great book Enjoyed . Abena was such a sweet and loving young lady and she had the support of her family. Santiago was definitely the right man for her. Constantine has to pay for his sins. Excellent Job Ms Diamond . Thank you.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Debra Outlaw

    Loved it Santiago and Abena are a wonderful couple. I enjoyed the slow way their love grew. I the way the two families came together. His father was an ass... I felt sorry for Rominia. I cannot wait for another series like this one. You keep writing and I will keep reading.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nancy L Thompson

    Undeniably......good!!! This was a pretty good story. I loved the characters and they were believable. I liked that they gave the feel of "every day" people. Not millionaires or billionaires. Wonderful Undeniably......good!!! This was a pretty good story. I loved the characters and they were believable. I liked that they gave the feel of "every day" people. Not millionaires or billionaires. Wonderful

  18. 4 out of 5

    GJ

    Unforgettable A perfect ending to the Latin Men series. Abena & Santiago brought the heat. An engaging story, full of fireworks. Thank you Delaney for celebrating both cultures. A well written book, that had me rooting for these two. Highly recommended!

  19. 5 out of 5

    SassyMama

    Another UNDENIABLY satisfying read...Abena and Santiago have a LOVE/HATE relationship going on and their attraction SIZZLES throughout these pages...a SPICY relatable read...so looking forward to the next book in the Latin Men series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Angie Leonie

    Book me a flight to Argentina and let me rest my heels please. I knew we had to have a follow up of Santiago and Abena and Ms Diamond did not dissapoint. A quick weekend read, but loved the connection of dots in this installment. What is next in the series I wonder?

  21. 4 out of 5

    Amaka Azie

    4.5 stars A really lovely romantic cross cultural book. Mix Latin flavour with Ghanaian sass and you get a hot sizzling book. Loved every aspect of Abena and Santiago’s cultural diversity. It was a fun read. I love this author so much 😊

  22. 5 out of 5

    Leigh-Anne Ford Lyons

    Outstanding This is just amazing. The whirlwind of love they shared was a new level of intensity. To know a love filled with passion, understanding and sometimes not so understanding makes one's heart sworn. Outstanding This is just amazing. The whirlwind of love they shared was a new level of intensity. To know a love filled with passion, understanding and sometimes not so understanding makes one's heart sworn.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Bridgette Haffner

    West Africa is in the house!!! Thank you for showcasing our traditions and duality that a lot of a African women face between tradition and modernity. This was sexy page turning HEA. Cheers to you Ms. Diamond.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Miss_J2g

    Love or Hate? Abena and Santiago had a love hate relationship. At least they thought they did. They both go on a journey to discover that much more lay under what they thought they could not stand. It was so great to take on their journey with them.

  25. 5 out of 5

    cheryl herrera

    Love conquers Cultural Dfferences Even though Abena and Santiago came from two different cultures their love for one another defied that. They embraced both their love and cultures. Great read.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ruth

    Nice romantic read but predictable. The chemistry the writer ramps up between Santiago and Abena was great. Would have liked to have more information about the too good Dr Appiah. Overall the book was okay.

  27. 5 out of 5

    L. Connelly

    Delightful read I really loved Santiago and Abena’s story, about two career driven people so caught up in living their lives for other people that they almost miss out love. Well done Ms Diamond. As usual.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kyra Gates

    Tear jerker You know despite the ole man (don’t wanna give to much away). I wish him the best. My favorite type of story is one where the characters fight tooth and nail. Santiago and Abena are perfect for each other.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lee Jones

    Undeniable Santiago is an upcoming ....... Abena is an all around worker that has control and is in charge when the boss is away. What happens when the boss leaves up and coming in charge who loves to micro-manage?

  30. 4 out of 5

    Shaquida Booker

    Wonderful! Loved every bit of the book from beginning too end. I wish we could have had a little more detail on some things that's touch on in the book! But hands down its was a wonderful read! Wonderful! Loved every bit of the book from beginning too end. I wish we could have had a little more detail on some things that's touch on in the book! But hands down its was a wonderful read!

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