Review ~ Teach Me Something

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When I got the chance to read the newest Aubrey Bondurant book, I kid you not, I was giddy. I am never disappointed when I dive into the Something series and holy cow, Teach Me Something was spot on.

For a number of books now, I’ve waited for Catherine to get her chance and love and to see it play out was scrumptious. Given that the blurb is a bit vague, you have to know I won’t give you much on the plot but here’s the gist: Divorced and lonely, Catherine is finally ready to step back into dating, she just needs a little guidance. When her “teacher” turns out to be more than she anticipated, we get to see just how selfless and wonderful both of them can be. We aldi get our own valuable life lessons:

“life is too short to fake an orgasm”

Don’t get me wrong, someone needs a couple of good smacks, but what I really liked was that it wasn’t always the same person.
One thing that really gets me hooked on a book is the journey of self-acceptance, which Catherine and her beau both have to travel. Sometimes it’s together, other times, well… not so much. When they are together the sparks shooting in every direction will certainly leave you panting and when they are apart, your heart will hurt.

The consistency of this author is quickly pushing her to the top of my “go-to” list and I highly recommend picking up any of her books.

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tms.jpg Life is short, and sometimes you have to take chances…
Catherine Davenport is successful in her career, but doesn’t have the same skill when it comes to her love life. After a painful divorce, she’s finding the new world of dating both intimidating and frustrating.
Tired of striking out, she takes the extreme measure of enlisting the help of an instructor in a private club who offers sessions on how to improve her dating strategy as well as her overall sexual confidence.
‘Calvin’, the masked man with the piercing blue eyes and husky voice not only challenges her to step out of her comfort zone, but encourages her to unlock her repressed adventurous side with various lessons.
She feels like she’s making progress until her worlds collide and the identity of the man privy to her most intimate details is shockingly revealed as someone she knows.
Can Catherine put her insecurities aside to take a chance on love where she least expected it? Or will her past interfere with her ability to plan a future with the one man who truly knows the real her.
Full Length Standalone book with no cliffhanger. Fourth book of the “Something Series”
Recommended for mature readers due to situations of language, and sexual content.
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