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    Clean, delightful story -"old-fashioned" romance.

    Very interesting with quotes at the beginning of each chapter which highlights the plot of technology and how it can and will affect the "old-fashioned" ways of the characters in the little historic town of Natchitoches. Alice, who runs a lovely little bookstore, and who is in love with stories and poems of the past is determined that her town will not be changed by the new technology of e-readers, cell phones and non-stop game playing. But, can she resist just having a little look when she hears customers talking about a website that is 'bringing back' many of the old beloved stories which have almost been lost in the paper book world? How great would it be if people were still able to read and have easy access to some of these 'almost lost' stories. After looking and reading, her addiction to chatting with the creator of the site (WBK) changes her life on a daily basis. She is hooked - and then Paul Olivier comes into the picture. He wants to bring technology into her special little historic town and she is not going to accept that - NO WAY! This is a delightful story with well-developed and interesting characters which will make you smile.
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    The pepper in the gumbo

    Nice book, really picked up in the middle. Lots of typos though but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Also liked the cultural education and the fact the writer took time to make one even more familiar with the cultural elements.
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    Pepper in the Gumbo

    Delightful. I especially like the very culture that oozed out of the story. While it seems like two different people are in a collision course heading for disaster it more like the melding of minds for perfect harmony.
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