Brynn Weston had long found fulfillment in loving other people's children, never daring to dream she'd have a family of her own -- until now. How could she ever leave behind the motherless girl, and orphaned boy she had befriended -- or the father who had opened her lonely heart to hope . . . and a new beginning? Michael Hudson couldn't deny that Brynn had transformed his fractured household into a happy home, and his heartbroken little girl into a fun-loving child. But the wealthy widower didn't dare believe his daughter's young nanny could heal the ache in his own heart, much less convince him to ever again trust in God -- or love . . .