Their lesson plans didn't include love. But that's about to change...
When Martin Krause arrives at Rose Owens's high school, she's determined to remain chilly with her new colleague. Unfriendly? Maybe. Understandable? Yes, since a loathsome administrator gave Rose's beloved world history classes to Martin, knowing it would hurt her.
But keeping her distance from a man as warm and kind as Martin will prove challenging, even for a stubborn, guarded ice queen. Especially when she begins to see him for what he truly is: a man who's never been taught his own value. Martin could use a good teacher--and luckily, Rose is the best.
Rose has her own lessons--about trust, about vulnerability, about her past--to learn. And over the course of a single school year, the two of them will find out just how hot it can get when an ice queen melts.
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About the Author
Olivia Dade grew up an undeniable nerd, prone to ignoring the world around her as she read any book she could find. Her favorites, though, were always, always romances. As an adult, she earned an M.A. in American history and worked in a variety of jobs that required the donning of actual pants: Colonial Williamsburg interpreter, high school teacher, academic tutor, and (of course) librarian. Now, however, she has finally achieved her lifelong goal of wearing pajamas all day as a hermit-like writer and enthusiastic hag. She currently lives outside Stockholm with her patient Swedish husband, their whip-smart daughter, and the family's ever-burgeoning collection of books.
"Olivia Dade's warm and witty voice makes this book an absolute joy to read. Her wry humour is threaded into shrewd observations about human nature, workplace dynamics, second chances, and the inner strength to overcome fear and take back control. From a politely antagonistic first encounter, two people who hide their past hurts behind social armour find unconditional acceptance and love with each other, and the courage to be their true selves. The heroine is sympathetic and strong, her dry, sardonic tone covering a warm and vulnerable heart; the hero is an absolute darling, self-deprecating, caring and sexy, his deep respect for the heroine and women in general shining in every word and smallest action. Teach Me is a happiness-inducing, funny, clever, and empathetic book, and I'm very much looking forward to whatever Dade writes next." --Lucy Parker
"With richly drawn characters you'll love to root for, Olivia Dade's books are a gem of the genre--full of humor, heart, and heat." --Kate Clayborn