Book – Take Me2019-11-18T08:50:17+10:00

How far would you run to find love?

Aiden Bishop is a successful young lawyer hiding out in sunny Spain to escape unsavory clients in Australia. At twenty-seven, Ace as he’s known to his mates, happens upon a local flamenco club in Seville where he’s befriended by Rafael Flores and beguiled by Carla Armando—a famous flamenco couple well-known for their fiery performances both on and off the stage.

With ancestral links to the famous gypsy flamenco dancer Carmen Amaya, Rafael and Carla have mysterious Romani culture coursing through their veins. Sensing Aiden’s love of adventure, they invite him on a road trip from the Costa Del Sol to Granada in search of Carla’s true Romani gifts. However, as the trip stretches deeper into less traveled emotional geography, long-kept secrets are exposed.

Brimming with gypsy traditions, the passion of the dance, mysterious rune readings and intrigue, Aiden realizes that he may be able to evade his clients, by he can’t escape his destiny no matter how far he runs.

Take Me is the third stand-alone book in Diane Demetre’s genre-busting erotic romance Steamy Secrets series. If you love strong heroes, hot sex and feisty heroines, don’t miss this page-turning love story with a twist.

Reader Advisory: This book contains a rugged hero, a gritty heroine and a troubled lover with red hot sex scenes.

Buy Take Me and be taken on an erotic adventure today!

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Praise for Take Me

Goodreads 5 Stars

This is the third book I’ve read by Diane Demetre and I was absolutely delighted! What a great read. It has everything: a great story line mixed with sensual exploration; mystery; spirituality and wonderfully complex main characters. Couldn’t put it down. Loved Aiden – just gorgeous and every woman’s dream. Looking forward to the next book.

Goodreads 5 Stars

I found this to be an amazing read and I adore the author’s writing style. I was captivated by the setting, the characters, the Romani culture and the story line twists and turns. A fast flowing novel with just the right amount of eroticism thrown in. I fell in love with one of the lead characters (Aiden Bishop) very quickly and the relationship between Rafael & Carla had me wondering what would eventuate next. Well done Diane Demetre.