I married the bad boy from Brooklyn.
The one with the tattoos and the look in his eyes that told me he was bad news.
The look that comes with all sorts of warnings.
I knew what I was doing.
I knew by the way he put his hands on me; how he owned me with his forceful touch.
I couldn’t say no to him, not that I wanted to. That was then, and it seems like forever ago.
Years later, I’ve grown up and moved on. But he’s still the man I married. Dangerous in ways I don’t like to think about.
I did this to myself. I knew better than to fall for him.
I only wish love was enough to fix this…
This is the second book of a duet. You Know I Love You, book 1, must be read first. It is the second duet in the series.
This ending was full of tears for me. It’s so well written, the poems at the start of the chapters. Evan and Kat had so much turmoil. Evan handled the situation he thought was right all the while hurting his own wife. This was a good suspenseful story.
I hope there’s a Sue story. Her character seems tough as nails considering her heartbreak of a divorce.
Keep Fighting, Believing and Loving
You know I Need You picks up where You Know I Love You left off, a heart broken Kat and lost Evan. Evan is determined to get to the bottom of who is trying to frame him for murder, but in the process he has to distance himself from the love of his life, his soul mate, his everything, Kat. It's easier said than done. All he wants is to wrap himself up in Kat and forget the world, but the nightmares that torture him every night of Kat dead, laying in her own pool of blood because of him is enough to keep him away.
Kat is done, so she says. She has had enough of Evan's games but as much as she says it is over, all she longs is for her husband back. Lonely, Kat turns to another man for comfort even though she knows it is wrong. Although this man makes her feel desired and wanted, she just can't get Evan out of her mind. She doesn't understand how Evan has thrown her away even after he claims to love her and thrilled about the child she is carrying. She starts to blame herself for pushing him away.
Evan can't take being apart from Kat and finally tells her why he has been staying away? Can the truth set Evan free and help him reclaim his life with Kat? Will Kat be able to forgive Evan for everything he has put her through? Will the real person responsible for Tony's death be brought to justice?
Scarred is filled with secrets, deceit, danger, and true love. Evan and Kat's love for each other is endless. Even in the mist of their worst moments, they can't stop thinking, loving, defending and fighting for each other.
Willow Winters wrote a gut wrenching love story that shows just how much true love can endure and conquer. Evan and Kat have become one of my ultimate favorite couples. Well done Willow, well done!