She gave advice to everyone -- but she could use a bit herself . . .Emily von Plotz barely eked out a living giving advice to readers of the San Francisco Call as "Aunt Emily." Then she chanced to meet the man who had signed himself "Texas Lonesome" -- the unpolished, but otherwise appealing fellow whod sought her wisdom on how to find a decent woman to share his life and wealth. Suddenly, she knew who would be perfect for him: Emily.But "Aunt Emily" had yet to learn that while Will Tate might be a Texan, he had never in his life been lonesome, lovelorn, or lacking an any way.