This is an erotica novel available only in e-book format, but there are plans for The Virgin Huntress to be printed with the first book in the series in the near future.
Vesta is not thrilled with his father's new choice of bride, so when her godmother, Diana, suggests they go to London, she is only too happy to escape. Hewett has come back from war looking to find the happier things in life. When he meets Diana, he finds a kindred spirit and starts to imagine life married to her. Vesta is having none of that. Seeing Hewett does things to her that no man has ever done. She loves Diana, but she knows with a deep down certainty that Hewett is meant for her and she is going to stop at nothing to get his attention.
The absolute biggest problem I had with this book was the idea that someone can see another person and instantaneously know beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are meant to be together, to the point that you are willing to kidnap that person just to get them to pay attention to you. Vesta is very young and comes off as quite spoiled, making it very difficult for me to like her as a character.
The redemption came when Hewett accepted his attraction to Vesta and his carnal side showed itself. When he was spending time with Diana he was very content to be a friendly person, but the other side of him that Vesta brought out made the relationship valid.
While this is classified as erotica, there wasn't a ton of sex in the book, and in fact the sex scenes didn't occur until very late in the story. There was quite a bit of foreshadowing done in this book about Diana and DeVere's future story, and many questions went unanswered, so be prepared to be sucked into the series if you read this book.