With A Primrose Wedding, talented author Jo Ann Ferguson continues her delightful saga of the Dunsworthy Brides. In this charming tale, readers are reintroduced to Rosie Dunsworthy, Biancaís younger and shyer sister (as readers recall, Bianca found her soul mate, Lucian, in Fergusonís previous novel). Rosie has always found pleasure in quiet things like a good book. Communicating has never been one of her finer skills.
Still, she has no problem talking with Rupert Jordan, Lord Fortenbury, a gentleman she met previously on a visit with her sister. Her words flow effortlessly when she talks to Rupert, and the two of them share a love of ancient history. He is the type of man she could easily give her heart to, but he also happens to be the one man the tonís darling, Ophelia King, has her heart set on marrying.
Can a girl from the country who has never been to town outmaneuver societyís princess to win her own Prince Charming or will nice girls always finish last?
A Primrose Wedding is the much awaited sequel to The Perfect Bride. Ferguson never fails to delight her fans by creating engaging characters in her stories, and A Primrose Wedding is no exception. Rosie and Rupert are a striking couple. Fans will treasure their tender romance and will enjoy Rosieís efforts to keep her attraction for Rupert beneath the surface. At the same time, readers might become somewhat tired of Rupertís inability to firmly distance himself from Ophelia.
A Primrose Wedding also gives Fergusonís admirers a closer look at Aunt Millicentís story. This glimpse opens the way for another chapter in the lives of the Dunsworthy Brides. Perhaps, the legend of the Dunsworthy Brides will eventually come true.