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Damaged

Length: 5 hrs and 50 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (29 ratings)
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It was easy to love her.

Kat knew better than to get involved with a man like me, all tattoos and muscle. No one in Brooklyn thought it would last, but I wasn't about to let her get away.

I got her in my bed, and I ruined her for anyone else. I made her mine.

I gave her everything but the truth.

But you can't outrun your sins forever. And there's no end to the damage mine will cause if she ever finds out the truth.

Author note: Things aren't what they seem. This book is not about cheating. Damaged is the first book in this duet.

©2017 Willow Winters (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • donna
  • Amarillo, TX, United States
  • 07-01-18

Just soooo bad

That’s 5 hours I’ll never get back. Whole book two people who spend the whole book whining and you never even know what is really going on. Don’t waste your credit!!

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Mystery

This is a bit slow going , from the female role, as she is winey and slow. However, our male is more interesting and roles the story forward...enough that I must finish book 2 . The story is slow to evolve but worth the read

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Damaged is devastating

I don't think I've shed so many tears over a book. It's a book that sucks you in completely. You feel compassion for each of them, but so much has happened. I think Evan's boss set Jacob on Kat as a disruption.