Enough Love to Go Around . . . Lydia Cottrell had such dreams for her six half-brothers and sisters! She prayed their new guardian, the dashing Lord Huntingdon, would be better to them than the late baronet, their father - a man who prized money above all. As for Lydia, who had been on the shelf longer than she cared to remember and without so much as a shilling to her name, she'd long given up on any hopes for her future.
The absolute dismay Lord Huntingdon felt when he suddenly found himself the guardian of not one but six children turned into the most pleasant surprise when he laid eyes on the tender angel who cared for them. But every one of his amorous advances went in vain. And when the lovely lady discovered that she had suddenly inherited a rather sizable dowry, she accused him of being a fortune hunter! Now Lord Huntingdon was only more determined to prove to Lydia that her love was more priceless than all the riches in the world.