Love Is The Drug by K.E. Saxon
(Texas Lovers Series)

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A Texas bad boy meets his match in the virginal sister of his sworn enemy.

This is the story of Jason Jörgensen, an excitement-loving bad boy and Julie Del Mar, the quiet, romantic dreamer who breaches his devil-may-care façade and helps heal the frightened boy inside. Conceived during a violent rape, Jason knows deep down that he's no good. So, as far as he's concerned, his plan never to have children is not only sound, but also the right thing to do.

Julie, orphaned at twelve, has now lost her surrogate parent--her older sister--to suicide. Returning to the only real home she ever had and someday making her own family is her most profound wish.

Uncontrollable desire brings them together, but will a pregnancy test tear them apart?

Contemporary Romance - Drama - Humorous - Steamy

About K.E. Saxon

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K.E. SAXON is a third-generation Texan and has been a lover of romance fiction since her first (sneaked) read of her older sister's copy of "The Flame and the Flower" by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss. She is a member of the West Houston Chapter of Romance Writer's of America and is a devoted subscriber to the Romance Divas online forum. She has two cats, a 24-year-old cockatiel, a funny, supportive husband, and an organic herb and vegetable. When she isn't in her writer's cave writing, you can find her puttering in her garden or in her kitchen trying out a new recipe. An animal (and bug) lover since before she could speak, she made pets of all kinds of critters when she was a kid growing up. Her mother even swears that she made a pet of a cockroach one time (but K.E. doesn't believe her). She likes to write funny, sexy romances.
Published October 24, 2011 by Passion Flower Publishing. 293 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Erotica, Romance. Non-fiction

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