WEDDING AT KING'S CONVENIENCE (4.5) by Maureen Child: Maura Donohue has something movie mogul Jefferson King wants -- her beautiful Irish farm. When she agrees to rent it to him for a movie shoot, they act on their attraction to each other and celebrate the deal with a night together. Four months later they're facing each other with one additional complication -- Maura's pregnant. Jefferson proposes marriage for the baby's sake, but Maura's not having it. She'll marry for love or not all. But after the death of his first wife, Jefferson has promised himself that he won't fall in love again. Readers of Child's first-rate novel will adore Maura's determination to marry for love and sympathize with Jefferson's fear of getting in too deep again.
Reviewed by: 
Pat Cooper