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The Virgin Huntress

The Virgin Huntress The Devil DeVere Series Library Journal Best E book Romance All s Fair in Love and Abduction In the second installment of the award winning Devil DeVere series Ned s daughter Vesta is preparing

  • Title: The Virgin Huntress
  • Author: Victoria Vane
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Devil DeVere Series Library Journal Best E book Romance 2012 All s Fair in Love and Abduction In the second installment of the award winning Devil DeVere series, Ned s daughter Vesta is preparing for her come out only to have her world turned upside down when her father returns from London with a bride of his own Put out that he is so wrapped up in Phoebe, Vesta acThe Devil DeVere Series Library Journal Best E book Romance 2012All s Fair in Love and Abduction In the second installment of the award winning Devil DeVere series, Ned s daughter Vesta is preparing for her come out only to have her world turned upside down when her father returns from London with a bride of his own Put out that he is so wrapped up in Phoebe, Vesta accompanies her godmother, Diana, to town where she meets and falls instantly in love with the gallant Captain Hewett DeVere Hew DeVere, younger brother to Viscount Ludovic The Devil DeVere, has returned from the war with plans of selling his commission and settling down He quickly becomes enad of the older but beautiful Diana, and barely notices eighteen year old Vesta When Hew fails to respond to her feminine charms, Vesta takes extreme measures to capture the object of her desire, but Hew didn t survive the worst of the war only to succumb to Vesta s wayward wiles You conniving creature How can you possibly think I could ever love such a spoiled, petulant, self absorbed, and scheming little wretch Proving the adage that opposites attract, this hilarious romp pits the would be huntress against the gallant hero in an epic war of wills Romantic comedy with mature content The Devil DeVere SeriesA Wild Night s Bride 1The Virgin Huntress 2The Devil You Know 3The Devil s Match 4A Devil s Touch 4.5Jewel Of the East 5 Prequel VignettesDevil in the Making 1The Trouble with Sin 2Ned s Folly coming late 2014

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    1. UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish on said:

      Updated to add: The Virgin Huntress is a Kindle Freebie!Not sure how long the price cut will last, so grab it now!amazon/gp/product/B00E The Virgin Huntress is the second book in Victoria Vane’s The Devil DeVere series and another fun, sexy romp through Georgian England!Desperate times call for devilish measures…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 [...]

    2. Jill on said:

      4.5 starsLady Vesta Chambers at eighteen is ready for her come-out in London. Her recently re-married father Ned, places her in the care of her godmother, Diana whilst he remains in Yorkshire with his new bride. With the signing of the Treaty of Paris, Captain Hewett DeVere has returned to England to sell his commission and settle down. When Vesta lays eyes on the dashing Hew, she falls instantly in love. But Hew enamored of the older but still beautiful Diana, barely notices Vesta. Used to gett [...]

    3. Karla on said:

      Original review posted at: sweptawaybyromance/5 Stars!! The fun continues in this deliciously sexy, amusing installment in The Devil DeVere series!!As the saga continues Vesta Chambers, Ned’s daughter, is accompanied by her godmother and surrogate mother, Lady Diana, to London to prepare for the upcoming season. This is her coming out, but Vesta has other plans and he goes by the name of Captain Hewett DeVere! She has her sights set on him and nothing, not even her own godmother is going to ge [...]

    4. Wendy on said:

      Another sexy, witty and fun read from Victoria Vane.Lady Vesta Chambers an 18yr old rather "spoilt" girl who confesses her undying love to Captain Hewett DeVere. Only to find out he doesn't return the sentiments quite as much as she would like. She along with her godfather Lord Ludovic DeVere, Hewett's older brother, cook up a scheme to get them together. And what a scheme!Lady Vesta ChambersCaptain Hewett DeVere, a soldier who comes home scarred from war, just wants a quiet life. He's a gentlem [...]

    5. Victoria Vane on said:

      This is the second title in the Devil DeVere series and a delightfully light-hearted romantic romp!One of my Favorite Scenes between Hew and Vesta: "But it is so large and swollen, is it painful?"No, just uncomfortable. Now, may we stop discussing my" the appropriate word for feminine ears failed him. "Phallus?" she offered. "That is what the grooms call it.""Why are you eavesdropping on grooms?""I used to watch the stallions leaping the mares.""You what!" Hew almost choked."Well, how else is a [...]

    6. ♡Karlyn P♡ on said:

      Vesta Chambers, Ned’s pampered and spoiled 18 y/o daughter from book 1 in this series, is now in London for her come out in hopes of finding a husband. She is accompanied by her godmother Lady Diana, a beautiful widow who once thought she might marry Ned. Since Lord DeVere, Ned's best friend and enemy to Diana, decides to avoid/delay his responsibility as Godfather to Vesta, his younger brother, Captain Hewett DeVere, takes on the role of seeing these two ladies about town. And while Hew sets [...]

    7. Rane on said:

      Victoria Vane pens yet another wickedly fun novel with the Virgin Huntress. With the spoiled Lady Vesta Chambers trying to win over Captain Hewett DeVere let the sparks fly! With Hew being pretty scarred inside and out, he has his heart set on the simple like, sadly things just don't go the way he plans as Vesta stands in the way.I liked the very honorable Hew, and with a brother like "The Devil" DeVere, yeah, he pretty much the angel of the two. He takes his hits and just keeps on getting up wh [...]

    8. Carol *Young at Heart Oldie* on said:

      Victoria Vane has done it again! Well-written, entertaining, witty, inventive and sexy, I loved every moment of this novella!Let me introduce you to the protagonists….Lady Vesta Chambers~ 18 years old, wilful, spirited, clever, conniving, petulant, pampered Captain Hewett (Hew) DeVere~ 28 years old, handsome, dashing, brave, good, honourable, straight-laced The minute Vesta sees Hew, she falls head over heels in love, but he seems to be smitten with her godmother, Lady Diana. So convinced she [...]

    9. Kathleen on said:

      Story Rating 5 StarsCharacter Rating 5 StarsRomance Rating 4 StarsHeat Level 4.5 StarsOverall Rating 5 StarsWEEEEE, I LOVED this one. What a fun and wicked book this was. Once I started reading I could NOT stop and I enjoyed EVERYTHING about it :-) I also loved the characters in this book. What a great job Victoria Vane did coming up with them. The heroine Lady Vesta was a very childish and spoiled, usually those types of heroine's are annoying but NOT this one. I absolutely adored her and the t [...]

    10. ᴥ Irena ᴥ on said:

      2.5I was wondering what could possibly happen to make Vesta tolerable. I mean, people have continued with the series after the first book. The answer is: over-the-top everything. After the first couple of pages I remembered how annoying Vesta was in the first book, but this book showed me that she isn't the only one. While I could see that a spoiled girl could change or be made interesting as opposed to annoying, I still fail to see why on Earth would Ludovic DeVere want anything to do with self [...]

    11. Lisa on said:

      Lady Vesta Chambers has had everything and anything she could every want and is floored when her father returns from London, where he was preparing for her coming out, with a young bride. It brings her spoiledness to the for front and she is even more anxious to get to London and debut and be a young woman in society. So when her Aunt Diana volunteers to take Vesta in her fathers place, Vesta is relieved. After all, her godfather, Viscount DeVere, will be available to help her in any matter, sho [...]

    12. (Nat) Reading Romances on said:

      Too fantastic to forget!The Virgin Huntress is an eccentric and risky title, and just as adventurous as The Virgin Huntress.This new sequel for The Devil DeVere series has a fun atmosphere of adventure. Hewett and Vesta are one of a kind, they make such a cute couple together! You get the feeling that they were truly meant to be, like they’d be lost and labeled as insane without one another!Vesta got to my nerves far too many times, but in the end we get to see how she really is and start to c [...]

    13. Keri on said:

      There is short and then there is too short and this ebook was too short to accomplish what it needed to. Vesta was a spoiled, immature brat and the book wasn't long enough for me to buy into her maturity. Especially since she took one look at Hew deVere and decided that she was in Love! As mature ladies we know it is bad form to kidnap your intended by drugging him and putting out to sea for three days to ensure that he has good and truly "ruined" you. Hew for his part was like heck no, you aren [...]

    14. CaroleDee on said:

      I thought a Wild Night's Bride was great, but, WOW, The Virgin Huntress was wonderful! There is nothing I love more than a fantastic romance with a huge dose of humor and Ms. Vane delivered. What's a blossoming 'lady' to do with then man who has caught her eye is looking to another? Why, use every bit of trickery she can muster to make him see things her way, of course. Vesta's antics range everywhere from touting her Aunt as a lush to kidnapping Hew.The Virgin Huntress is role reversal at it's [...]

    15. Arial Burnz on said:

      Fun book! The heroine took a little getting used to at first, but she quickly grew on me and I enjoyed her ambition to pursue the man she loved at first sight. Cute story!

    16. Duchess Nicole on said:

      Okay, so I knew that I wouldn't love Vesta. She showed her childish nature during Ned's book, when he brings home her new step momma. (Ned is her father, and the 'hero' from the first in the Devil Devere series.)But I must say that I think Vesta and Hew are wonderful together. Hew DeVere is Ludovic's younger brother. He takes life seriously I don't imagine Ludovic ever could. By the way, I mention Ludovic often because his story is being told simultaneously throughout the Devere mini-novels. He [...]

    17. Gina on said:

      This was a fun, sexy little story. A very young Vesta Chambers has her sights set on Captain Hewett DeVere after seeing him once riding his horse in the park. She said it was love and set out to make him hers at any cost. So with a little help from Hew’s brother she drugs Hew, traps him on a ship with her and convinces him he is “the one”.To be honest I had a hard time with this one, I found Vesta spoiled, immature, manipulative, she was not a character i warmed up to. I did admire her fei [...]

    18. ~V~ on said:

      **3 1/2 stars**I will agree with what a few others have said. Not overly believable that Hew would fall in love with Vesta just because she trapped him on a ship for a few days and forced him to do so, especially since he wasn't "on board" with the idea from the very start. Had they stayed on land, i don't know that the outcome would have been the same. HOWEVER, Hew was quite yummy and although Vesta was a still a spoiled brat, i liked the two of them together. It was definitely another sweet an [...]

    19. Mitzi on said:

      This book was just plain funI'm enjoying this new author and this series. Looking forward to book #3.

    20. Kristin Anders on said:

      The Devil DeVere series rating: 3.5 out of 5 starsThe Virgin Huntress is novella #2 in this novella series and is best enjoyed when read in order, but can be read as a stand alone novel.Novella #1, A Wild Night's Bride, will be sold for .99 cents from June 22 - June 29 on and at Breathless Press.How are the sex scenes?Sweet, surprising and sexy. This is a novella so there aren't many, but they are well written and have comedic flare.How are the story lines?You'd think a novella would give you o [...]

    21. Emery Lee on said:

      **NOW AVAILABLE**I wrote this novella under my erotic romance pseudonym, Victoria Vane. This is the second title in the Devil DeVere series and a delightfully light-hearted romantic romp!One of my Favorite Scenes between Hew and Vesta: "But it is so large and swollen, is it painful?"No, just uncomfortable. Now, may we stop discussing my" the appropriate word for feminine ears failed him. "Phallus?" she offered. "That is what the grooms call it.""Why are you eavesdropping on grooms?""I used to wa [...]

    22. Vikki Vaught on said:

      An explosive, beguiling and witty romp!What a delightful wickedly witty read. I immediately fell in love with Vesta and Hew from the very beginning. The chemistry between them ignites from their first meeting, especially on Vesta's part.Vesta is eighteen, just arriving in London to participate in her first season. Once she sees Hew in all his military finery, she falls hard. Hew doesn't see her as alluring, so she sets out to get him to notice her.This story takes the reader on a exciting and hu [...]

    23. A.R. Von on said:

      Great and unexpected (I love surprises) continuation to The Devil DeVere #1. Love the humor, spontaneity, characters and the sensual touch that's just Victoria Vane :)The antics between Hew and Vic were a hoot! It's refreshing that DeVere shows his absolute true colors to his brother (he does not hide much from anyone) but it's a real relationship that's had between the two. Vesta's antics are the icing on the cake! She has so much gusto and does what she feels is best to get what she wants with [...]

    24. KatLynne on said:

      3.5 stars! The second installment in Victoria Vane'sThe Devil DeVere series. After doing a re-read of this series, I have adjusted my review to include my thoughts on the series as a whole.2/20/2013After reading the entire series I found this to be the weakest link. The heroine was very immature and I had a hard time relating to her antics. There was character growth and maturity, just not enough. Saying that, I still enjoyed the story. Victoria Vane is a very talented writer and I highly recomm [...]

    25. Beebs on said:

      Another fun fast paced novella, I really enjoyed it though sadly not as much as I enjoyed the first in the series. The hero Hew was utterly delicious but IMHO the heroine, Vesta was just too immature. I would like to have seen her grow up a little although given the novella format, I'm probably expecting a bit too much. I love Victoria's writing and really enjoyed the little glimpses of the Devil deVere, I cannot wait to read his story. I'm eagerly awaiting the other books in this series :)*I re [...]

    26. Cynthia on said:

      The ridiculousness of this story drove me nuts. I found I was forcing myself to read and I just didn't care anymore.

    27. KellyThe Sassy Book Lover on said:

      This is not my normal kind read, but I did enjoy most of it. I like that it was a different take on the typical troupes. It did provide some laughs which is different from most like this and I really liked that. It is a faster read than I tend to like, but I did love a couple of scenes because they were funny. Even though I don’t tend to read books like this I still want to know what happens in the other books.Vesta is every bit the spoiled brat. I didn’t like her until near the end when she [...]

    28. Letitia on said:

      Rating: A- Heat: HotWhat do you get when you combine one willful and pampered young miss with a commanding and upright older second son and put them on the high seas in a locked cabin? You get The Virgin Huntress—a novella filled with laughs and lust aplenty.I will admit, I really didn't expect to like Vesta. She is very spoiled and bratty and her thoughts are sometimes unkind but, despite myself, I do like her. Beneath her haughtiness and sense of entitlement, there is something vulnerable a [...]

    29. Sophia on said:

      This was the second novella length story in the Devil DeVere series and I was really eager to read more escapades of the Devil after his entanglements in the last book. The foreshadowing of a mysterious past history between Diana and Ludovic intrigued me too. So I read on with anticipation.The plot involved Diana bringing her petulant and willful charge, Vesta (who is Ned from the first book's daughter) up to London to prepare for her first Season in society for the purpose of finding a good hus [...]

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