Born in a West Virginian hospital on the dreaded 13th, Lydia Larue is an avid animal advocate, lover of all things literary, nonimitative novelist, sassy stay-at-home mom, and slave to one Felis catus. She also loves to play video games with her husband and spend time with her family.
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To give back to my fans, I decided to give a behind-the-scenes peek of what goes into writing my novels. The first thing we’ll look at is the drug in Undercover Desire called Rapture.
“‘I was beaten and raped,’ she told Kelly. ‘No one can maintain that lifestyle for very long. I knew I was going to die, and I wanted to. Death is better than being a junkie.'” –deleted scene of Undercover Desire
Rapture is a big deal in the Desire series novels. It is what the cartel is bringing into Laredo, Texas. Tony is undercover to try to stop the drug from being smuggled over the border. Kelly is trying to report on the deaths linked to it.