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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Choices can have horrible consequences - Complicated (Secrets and Lies #2) by M.M. Koenig

"I could not stop turning the pages of this book. It was full of action and secrets that blew me away. Unfortunately, there is also a big cliffhanger that leaves me dying to know what happens!
The characters were fantastic in this book. They all contributed to the story line perfectly.

I definitely recommend this book to anyone looking for sexy, romantic, thriller!" - Goodreads


Mia Ryan has learned the hard way that her choices can have horrible consequences. Taking an offer that was supposed to get her life back on track was nothing but a ploy. To keep the ones she holds dear safe, she's forced to finish what she started, without any hope of finding out why she was targeted in the first place. Though Mia has Ethan by her side, she can't seem to believe in him, especially since most of his life remains a mystery. 

Ethan Fitzgerald has done everything in his power to prove to Mia that she can trust him, but it never seems to be enough to convince her to drop the last wall around her heart. With deep and dark secrets lurking around every corner, he has his own plan to keep Mia from any danger, but it may just shatter their love forever. 

There are so many questions – with even more shocking answers – and when Mia uncovers the truth, nothing will ever be the same...


The guys piled into two separate elevators, but Ethan steered us into the remaining one to ride down alone. Once we were inside, I tried to separate myself from him, but he towed me into his body. He shuffled us to the middle and pressed my back against the wall. I stared at the intensity in his eyes. His hands flitted along the waistline of my jeans before he ran them up the inside of my T-shirt. My mouth opened, but he silenced me by crashing his lips into mine. I gasped and closed my eyes as his tongue deeply explored my mouth.

My mind fought for control since it wasn’t really the time or the place, but my body beat it back with bursts of heated desire shooting in every direction. My heart skipped beats and my stomach fluttered at the thought of what this man could to me in a matter of seconds. My hands grasped tightly around his neck as he rammed his body into mine. It reinforced the eagerness he had in my mouth as our tongues tangled. I almost forgot about the grave night ahead of us, but then the elevator came to a halt. Ethan’s teeth grazed my bottom lip before he stepped away. My eyes opened in enough time to catch the deep love behind his.

I shook my head while trying to catch my breath. I wanted to hunch to my knees to get control over my body again. At the moment, it was dead set on pulling the emergency alarm so I could have my way with Ethan. I remained upright and continued to will my body into a functional state that didn’t revolve around sex.

Bastard. If I ever figure out how he does this to me, I swear I’m writing it down. It’s beyond annoying that he has this part of me figured out when I don’t even understand it.

Ethan smirked. “It’s the only way to calm you down.”

“Calm me down … you fired me up. Luckily, what we’re about to do is more than enough to cool me off,” I retorted as we walked out of the elevator.

About the author:
M. M. Koenig was born and raised in Minnesota. She now lives in the Twin Cities area with her loving dog Marley. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a Bachelors of Science in Sociology. 

M. M. Koenig enjoys being active and has a variety of interests that coincide with her passion for life. Always one to try new things, she has acquired a variety of skills. Her sarcastic nature and multitude of experiences tend to find their way into her novels. 

When she has free time and isn't writing, she spends as much time as she can with friends and family. To fuel her soul, she is constantly looking for new music, movies, and books to keep the writer's block at bay.

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