Because Kate Beckett pretending to act is my favorite Kate Beckett.
“I thought this was a really sweet chance for Beckett to take control over something she’s committed herself to, she’s defined herself by. She faces a deep fear, she said - I don’t wanna be…I don’t wanna be defined by this anymore -. And that’s a huge decision, and that’s a big kind of growing step for the character, and also a step for her that brings her closer to a new relationship with Castle”
(Stana Katic talking about “Kill shot” last scene)
Here’s the thing about a secret workplace romance. In the beginning, you’re on a high. Every stolen moment feels like a shot of adrenaline straight to the heart. You get butterflies on your way in to work, it’s exciting and dangerous and the sex… is amazing.
He said something about hell raining down on me. Never imagined hell would look like you.