Book – Teach Me2019-11-18T08:49:31+10:00

When destiny beckons, what is a girl to do?

At twenty-four, Samantha O’Brien scores her dream job as a dancer at the famous Moulin Rouge, only to arrive in Paris to find her well-laid plans in disarray. Fortuitously, Sam is rescued by the eccentric, tarot-card reading proprietress of Hotel Hollandaise, who cautions that Paris is for lovers, but not always love.

As Sam launches into her new career, she suspects that the show’s super sexy, Sicilian stage director, Tony Di Falco is more than just a creative genius and hard taskmaster, leaving her to wonder whether secrets are best shared.

Meeting Philippe Lacroix, a struggling, young artist in Montmartre saves Sam from imploding under the pressure. He introduces her to the city of love, captivating her with his angelic good looks and sensuous touch. Yet the mounting attraction intensifies between Sam and Tony, and their tense, sexually-charged relationship threatens to overwhelm them. But the show must go on.

Filled with backstage bitchiness, tough rehearsals, a sprinkling of cocaine and the French addiction to cigarettes, Sam grapples with her new life. Then without warning, her destiny changes literally before her eyes, and she learns that even in the most romantic city of the world, you don’t find love, love finds you.

Teach Me is the second stand-alone book in Diane Demetre’s genre-busting erotic romance series, Steamy Secrets. 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 sexually awakening heroine and willing men to teach her the ways of the flesh. Casual sex scenes with recreational drug use.

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Praise for Teach Me

Amazon 5 Stars

This book is equally as attention-grabbing as the first book I read of Diane Demetre’s erotic romance series. Diane is obviously a very worldly lady with an acute sense of imagination and a gift for story-telling. A proficient writer, her words live on the page and the comparable descriptions are extremely clever. There are several areas of life she covers in these novels; exotic countries, erotic encounters, nature, luxury surroundings, the dark side of life, knowledge, guidance, advice, past and present family bonds, including intrigue and mystery regarding the tarot and other forms of guided meditation. I highly recommend her books, especially if you love to dance and love to love! I highly recommend her books.

Goodreads 5 Stars

This book took me on a first class adventure to Paris and surrounds – all from the comfort of my favourite reading chair, no passport needed. The sights, smells, sounds of Sam’s Paris, so wonderfully described, it is the cherry on top of this beautiful love story. Not to mention the back stage access to one of Paris’ hottest venues – Moulin Rouge!
Conquering her demons to follow her dreams, Sam will become your new best friend. Through love and loss, cheering and cheating, Sam keeps her desires alive no matter the moral or physical challenges.
The city of love does not disappoint, nor does the ‘man book candy’. Teach Me is full of weird and wonderful characters you will love as much as I did.
I’m now so eager to read books 1 and 3, to fill in the gaps and go on another exotic ride!

Goodreads 5 Stars

Samantha O’Brien is a young dancer set to make the big time at the Moulin Rouge but arrives to find things aren’t all that glossy and glamorous at the cabaret. First there is the ultra-sexy director Tony Di Falco who I loved. What a scorching hot man he is with his great bod’ and backstage secrets. Then there is the young artist Philippe, who Sam falls in love with. He has secrets too, but not what you expect. One of my favourite characters was Madame Lucette. She keeps reading Sam’s tarot cards and what she discovers makes a terrific link to the story. Then there is the visit of a couple of characters from Diane’s first book, Tempt Me who give familiarity and further depth to the story. Of course, there is a twist at the end which is what this author promises and she delivered again. What I like best about Diane’s work is that it is different to the usual angsty, predictable erotic romance and it includes great dance and sex scenes. I look forward to the next book.