This book is spectacular! It's an emotional roller coaster ride of emotions. It will take you to the brink of utter heart break then bring you full circle to where you are filled with hope and happiness. - Michele, Goodreads Reviewer
Scarred is the riveting, heart-breaking conclusion to Damaged. Every page took a piece of my heart. Luckily, Willow put it all back together for you before the story is done. I love the Sins and Secrets Duets. This is by far Willow's best work and that's saying something. - Katie M, Goodreads Reviewer
The angst between Kat and Evan is beautiful, sad and makes you want to reach into the pages, hug them and cheer them on! I reveled in the fierce nature of Kay and the determination of Evan, they really spoke to me! This is a book to read and savor. - Bibliophile Chloe
My heart still hurts from this beautiful heartfelt emotional story. Evan and Kat's story will pull on your heartstrings, crush them and mend them back together again. Willow Winters knows how to write a dark beautiful raw story that you can't get enough of and never want to end. - Rhonda Ziglar, Goodreads Reviewer
Scarred is a mindfudge of epic proportions. There are so many twists and turns, ups and downs. - Konny, Goodreads Reviewer
Very well written and positively my new favorite by Willow Winters! The cover is sexy, the plot is exceptional and the writing is solid! It's a winner! - Tijuana, BookTwinsReviews
Willow Winters has taken all of my emotions, put them in a blender and turned them into a clustered mess of feels puree! I honestly could not be happier about it! - Jackie D, Goodreads Reviewer
What I like about this book... it's about an existing couple. A marriage. It's about keeping marriage together, fighting for each other even in the face of extreme adversity. It's different from other books out there in this way and that makes it a refreshing, albeit gut clawing, read. You can read this on it's own, but it's just not the same if you don't read Damaged first. Like these characters, the books can stand on their own, but they're better together. Read it and be prepared for a book hangover. - Jennifer Scarn, Goodreads Reviewer.