NEVER SAY NEVER . . .
Primrose by name, wallflower by nature — the shy younger Dunsworthy sister would rather study ancient Egypt than endure the ton's endless scrutiny. In Rupert Jordan, Lord Fortenbury, Rosie has found a companion with a passion for history and disdain for the marriage mart. The handsome aristocrat's easy smile might be irresistible to some, but friendship is all Rosie desires . . . isn't it?
Asking Rosie to visit his estate for his brother's wedding seems such a sensible plan. Rupert can show her his hieroglyphic tablets, and Rosie's presence will deter the attentions of a tiresome husband-hunter. Yet every moment spent in the company of lovely Rosie, with her red curls and bright green eyes, leads Rupert to suspect that marriage may be underrated. In fact, the prospect suddenly seems quite wonderful . . .