An impression prevails in this country that for many years past the Red men of the American Continent have represented a subdued and generally deteriorated race. No idea can be more erroneous. Debased, to a certain extent, they may have become, thanks to drink and other "blessings" of civilisation; but that the warrior-spirit, imbuing at any rate the more powerful tribes, is crushed, or that a semi-civilising process has availed to render them other than formidable and dangerous foes, let the stirring annals of Western frontier colonisation for the last half-century in general, and the Sioux rising of barely a year ago in particular, speak for themselves.
James Oliver Curwood was a famous conservationist and author during the late 19th century and early 20th century, and his works about the frontier and the West remain popular today, over a century after they were written.
A Taste of the Untamed
Notorious polo champion Nacho Acosto is restoring his sprawling Argentinian vineyard and he needs a sommelier who can match his exacting tastes. In spite of her inexperience, pretty Grace Lundstrum is perfect for the job but now it's not just the wine that has her mouth watering!
The Untamed Argentinian
Reigning polo champion Nero Caracas bows to no man...and certainly not to women! With red-hot Latin blood coursing through his veins, what he wants he gets. Aloof beauty Bella Wheeler has two things Nero wants the best horse in the world, and a body as pure as her ice-maiden's reputation!
Taming the Last Acosta
Photojournalist Romy Winner has always lived life through the camera lens...until Argentinian polo champion turned Special Forces soldier Kruz Acosta challenges her to step out of the shadows and into his bed! Discovering that she's pregnant with his child, Romy must now tame the wild Acosta!
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