AUSSIE MONTH with Diane Demetre

Diane Demetre

 

AUSSIE MONTH with Diane Demetre

Describe yourself in one word:
Passionate

Tell us about Dancing Queen, Dance of Love, Book One:
Dancing Queen is a steamy love story that follows the life of ex-dancer Michele Johnston, who having been in monogamous relationships all her life, is recently divorced at forty-two, and decides to explore her repressed sexuality with the support of her three best girlfriends. As she embarks on her first casual sex experience, she is propelled into the familiar, yet unplanned, territory of falling in love with Mark Miller, a mysterious yacht captain from Sydney. Further complications arise, when Greek businessman, Nick Stavros falls madly in love with her, much to her distress. The stakes get raised when Nick promises her the happy-ever-after ending, whilst Mark turns out to be someone she least expects, but has been unconsciously searching for all her life. Laced with divine intervention, Dancing Queen proves nothing in life happens by accident, and that destiny is designed in our moments of decision.

What inspired this novel?
I wanted to write a counter book to Fifty Shades of Grey. My heroine is empowered, feisty, intelligent and has sex on her terms and doesn’t put up with any #@$*. Also, having been a dancer, choreographer and director in the live entertainment industry for many years, I wanted to incorporate the inherent freedom and sensuality of dance in my love stories. The dancing moments add another dimension to the pace, the characters and their sex-play.

What are you reading right now?
The Dying Beach by Angela Savage

Number one thing to do on your bucket list?
Taking a Virgin Galactic flight

Best thing about being an Aussie?
Freedom

What you want readers to know about the romance genre?
Romance and specifically erotic romance, encapsulates the diversity of life’s experiences while offering the reader enough hope to inspire their faith in love.

What have you got in store for your readers in 2016?
Dance of Love, Book Two, Tiny Dancer will be released early 2016 with the Dance of Love, Book Three, due for release later in 2016.

What were your big achievements of 2015?
Having Dancing Queen published and the Dance of Love Books optioned.

 

 

Dancing Queen (Dance of Love, Book One)
Diane Demetre

One woman … Two men … A dance of love that lasts a lifetime

When Michele Johnston, a sexy forty-two-year-old ex-dancer from the Moulin Rouge gets divorced, she leaps into her new world of singledom with unbridled passion. Having been in monogamous relationships all her life, she decides to cast off her inhibitions and release her repressed sexuality through casual sex.

Aided and abetted by three vivacious girlfriends, Michele embarks on her new erotic adventures but gets more than she expects, when mysterious yacht captain Mark Miller unleashes her wanton desires.

Further complicating matters, debonair Greek businessman Nick Stavros arrives on the scene and falls madly in love with her, promising the happy-ever-after ending. Although not her type, Michele finds his charm and persistence strangely bewitching.

But will she give up her newfound freedom? Will she choose one man over the other? And who’s the special someone she’s been unconsciously searching for all her life?

Reader Advisory:  This book contains a sexually empowered heroine and willing men to fulfil her desires. Casual sex scenes with recreational drug use.

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