You know what’s wrong with this one, don’t you…?
Ellipses should have three dots, never two. (When you see four dots, that’s actually an ellipsis and a period. These are sometimes used for quotations with words left out at the end, but never in the middle of a sentence.)
The comma after saw in you does add clarity, but I’m not going to have a conniption if you think it shouldn’t be there.
I got rid of the first ellipsis entirely because it didn’t seem to fit, and besides, there is such thing as overusing those pauses.
“Someone asked me what I saw in you, to love you so much. My only answer was… everything!”