An epic tale of both betrayal and all-consuming love...
Marcus, the villain.
Cody Walsh, the FBI agent who knows too much.
And Delilah, the lawyer caught in between.
This is the third and final book in the This Love Hurts trilogy.
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Loved this book the most!
This was the final book in this trilogy, so you must read This Love Hurts and But I Need You first. After reading the first two books, I was hoping all the pieces would come together and they did for me. I loved this book the most out of all three of them, because it did mostly all come together. When Marcus finally told his story/past and not just hints, it broke my heart and made me teary. Delilah was a strong character from start to finish. Delilah and Marcus had an “intense pull and spark between” them, but can she love all of him when she finds out all of his sins and demons? Even though the “heat and intensity between [them was] raw and fragile [yet] so easily broken,” are they actually meant for each other and can they make it work? Take this rollercoaster of a ride and find out, because I was left with a smile on my face yet shocked at the lead up to the next books in this author’s Merciless world! I requested and received an advanced copy of this ebook for my honest review that I am voluntarily leaving.
Who will be standing in the end?
The anticipation of what is to come and what will happen between Cody, Marcus and Delilah finally is revealed in And I Love You the Most. Poor Delilah has the grueling decision of choosing who she loves the most. Marcus or Cody? Delilah has reached the point of no return. What she once knew as normality and being on the right side of the law is all out the door. She is paying for her association to Marcus in a way no one should. Will she survive this? Who will save her in the end?
So much of more of Marcus is revealed in this book and you find yourself on an emotional roller coaster as you live through Marcus's pain and what made him who is today. However, under all that mystery of being the devil, the grim reaper, the ultimate villain lays a man who is damaged beyond belief. Can the love for a woman end his his days of darkness and bring him to the light?
Poor Cody has the most to loose. With the police breathing down his neck, attempting to frame him for all of Marcus's doings, Cody is slowing loosing his creditability. Those he once could count on are drifting away from him and in the end he may be the loneliest of them all.
You will not believe the way it all ends. Two of three come out surrounded with love and healing while another is left behind in the darkness willowing in regret and "What ifs." Wow what an ending Willow Winters has given us.
Loved This Trilogy
And I Love You The Most picks right back up at the cliffhanger from Book 2. This trilogy was truly amazing and kept me reading, almost nonstop, through all three books. Delilah is gone! We have no idea where she is, who has her, or will they get to her in time. We learn more about Marcus, his childhood, and it helps you understand more about the man he has become. Then we have Special Agent Cody Walsh and his secrets which he finally spills to Delilah. They both have contacts that they use to try to locate her, but it doesn’t happen right away. That leaves Marcus and Cody to blame themselves for her disappearance and they both think they are no good for her. One actually leaves, so you will have to wait to see who that is and what the fallout is with him being gone. After everything comes out, what will happen to Delilah, Marcus, and Cody? This is an amazing trilogy and Winter outdone herself with this story.