Boy writes dating book

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A washed up singer is given a couple days to compose a chart-topping hit for an aspiring teen sensation.

Though he's never written a decent lyric in his life, he sparks with an offbeat younger woman with a flair for words.

She doesn’t run from the tough questions, but uses Scripture to grapple with the heart issues. If you’re a parent or you have input into young women’s lives, you need this book.

May the life lessons Paula shares here impact the next generation for God’s glory!

She will make you laugh; she will make you cry; she will make you think. You will be encouraged, inspired, and entertained by her story and ultimately you’ll find the surprising secret to the lasting Love you’re looking for. As I read, I saw myself over and over again: as a “boy-crazy girl” and as a woman who has been taught by Christ that He “is in the business of transforming broken girls into beautiful trophies of his grace.” Nothing is more soul-satisfying than the realization that surrender of all to him is not a loss at all.

And she will point you to the only true Satisfaction for a heart that longs to be chosen and cherished. If you are a boy-crazy girl (or woman) or if you’re a mom or grandmother who knows one, this book is a wonderful resource. Here is warm, wise, and clear-headed counsel from someone who has dug past the surface and has identified the root cause of boy-craziness.

Paula comes alongside the reader as a friend and opens her heart to tell her story.Paula knows firsthand about the “expulsive power of a new affection.” Take the quiz in the first chapter and see if this book is for you or for someone you know.Paula allows us to take a peek into her life through stories, transparent journal entries, and God’s guidance along the way.It is in this capacity that Will meets Marcus, as one of Will's single mother ... Hugh Grant, with an excellent script that could have been written especially for him, plays a young confirmed single yuppie socialite, dividing his day into units in which to pack his meaningless but carefree, philandering lifestyle and disposable income.UK airings on ITV2 cut out all the profanity and swearing to make a clean film language-wise. (as Santiago), and Debbie Harry (as Harry) and Chris Stein (as Stein) Performed by N. After initially discovering unmarried mothers as a new supply of grateful sexual objects, he becomes drawn into a meaningful life after making friends with a young boy.

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