Although bashful, Rosie Dunsworthy shares a love of all things Egyptian with Rupert, Lord Fortenbury. Neither Rupert nor Rosie wants to marry, but they thoroughly enjoy each other's company as they attend his brother's wedding. Rupert shows remarkable understanding when it comes to Rosie's shyness, and his tender treatment of her is certain to create a happy union between the two of them. Prolific author Jo Ann Ferguson's second story in the Dunsworthy series, A Primrose Wedding (4), is a pure delight, especially the deep love that forms between Rosie and Rupert. Rosie and Bianca's aunt Millicent's story is sure to be just as tender as the first two. (Aug., 224 pp., $4.99)
Reviewed by: 
Robin Taylor