A Taste of the Untamed is the fourth book in my Acosta Brothers series, and features the oldest and hardest of the four brothers, Nacho Acosta.
Having given up his youth to raise three brothers and a sister when their parents were killed in a tragic accident I imagined that the last thing the infamous Nacho Acosta would be looking for in a woman would be a heroine who, on the face of it, requires even more care. Cue my heroine, Grace Lundström.
Grace has lost her sight to a virus since she last met Nacho at a family wedding, but Grace’s cheapest viagra impression of the darkly charismatic polo player is still branded on her mind. Nacho was both intrigued and amused by Grace’s easy dismissal of him when they met at the wedding, and hardly expects to find himself dealing with Grace on a business footing now. Nacho will learn that since they last met Grace has triumphed over her tragic sight loss by developing her other senses. She has retrained as a sommelier and is now an expert in wine. Grace can have no idea of the Pandora’s box she is about to open when she arrives in Argentina to assess the potential of Nacho’s restored vineyards, for though everyone knows about the tragic accident that killed the Acosta parents, no one really knows how that accident happened, or who was responsible.
Nacho and Grace have got everything to learn about each other, and before they can even begin to do that, they must lose their preconceptions and accept that no one is ever exactly what they seem.
I would love to know if you like secrets. Are you good at keeping them? Share your thoughts with us and I’ll send a winner picked out at random a signed copy of the fifth book in the Acosta series: The Man From Her Wayward Past. This book features Nacho’s wild-child sister, Lucia Acosta, and top American polo player, Luke Forster.
Looking forward so much to hearing from you.