Dear Miss Lonely Heart
How many times will Shelby Tate, editor of Agape Today magazine, place an ad for a "Write to the Heart" columnist? Not just anyone will do. The magazine's owner requires the person to be single - after all, who better to advise the unmarried? But keeping her columnists single is the challenge, as one by one they find love. It seems that as soon as a new Miss Lonely Heart begins writing, a reader's letter captures her attention...and before long, the author of that letter captivates her heart. Three of Shelby's best writers - women who wrote with godly insight - have turned in resignations, along with wedding invitations. Now, Shelby is forced to take up the pen herself. How can this stress possibly be from God? And how will He complete the quartet of romance?
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