Fictional Book By Liz Curtis Higgs. From Library Journal Christian fiction isn't known for humorous books, so this title is a special joy. In her fiction debut, Higgs (Help, I'm Laughing and I Can't Get Up, Thomas Nelson, 1998) brings to life the usually ebullient but currently down-in-the-dumps Belle O'Brien. Not only has Belle lost her latest radio job owing to a format change but she really wants to get married and has yet to find the right man. Reluctantly accepting an offer from a former mentor, Belle relocates to Abingdon, VA. Not only is the job a pleasant change, but Belle soon finds herself needing to decide which one of three men is right for her. This bouncy romantic tale of a devout Christian woman looking for love should please most readers seaching for a fun summer read. Recommended. Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc. Product Description Love Is on the Air Belle O'Brien, the woman behind the warmest voice in Virginia radio, has one problem: Her oldies show on WPER-FM is a solid-gold hit, but her love life, at thirty-two years and counting, is an off-the-charts disaster. The pickings are slim in small-town Abingdon. Will it be smooth-talking Patrick Reese, the man who launched her radio career a decade earlier? Moody but handsome David Cahill, the chief engineer with a mysterious past and a new life in Christ? Or Matthew the Methodist, her pastor across the street? Surrounded by an on-air cast of colorful characters, Belle's journey toward joy is filled with humor, heartache, and endless surprises. Norah Silver-Smyth, her friend and encourager, will join Belle in discovering that it's never too late to listen to your heart.