Saturday, August 11, 2012

The Virgin Huntress by Victoria Vane

Lady Vesta Chambers is accustomed to getting what she wants…and what she wants is Captain Hewett DeVere…

Coddled and pampered since her mother's death, Lady Vesta Chambers is beside herself when her father goes to London to prepare for her come-out and returns with a young bride of his own. With her world turned upside down, Vesta accompanies her godmother, Diana, to town where she is smitten the moment she lays eyes on a certain captain of the Seventeenth Light Dragoons.

But when the object of her passion has eyes for another…

After reading and loving A Wild Night's Bride by Victoria Vane a few weeks ago, I was chomping at the bit to sink my teeth into The Virgin Huntress, the second book in the Devil DeVere series.  I was not disappointed!

Vesta Chambers has been living with her godmother, Diana, while her father enjoys time alone with his new bride. She's just turned eighteen and about to come out.  Captain Hewett DeVere has been away but is now ready to settle down and he has his eyes on the lovely Diana.

However, Vesta has taken one look at Hew and fallen head over heels.  She will do whatever it takes to get what she wants,  consequences be damned.  What ensues is a bold and fun romp that will leave you thoroughly entertained! Naughty and nice and wickedly delightful, fans of Vane's work will relish the boldness of Vesta and sigh with pleasure at the sparks that fly between her and Hew.  I can't wait to read more in this engaging and historical romance series! The Devil DeVeres are so dashing - what girl wouldn't swoon? Victoria Vane is a very talented author!

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. 

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