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There was a time when computers weren’t in every America home and laptops and cell phones were still a novelty. This, light hearted epistolary novel set in the early 1990s, is all about writing letters. Amy Pacqua, 26, a stunning, single, doctoral student in museum studies, has just returned from a summer at the University of Cambridge, England to her Manhattan apartment. It is there she met the handsome, Peter Hobbs, 31, an archivist for the Fitzwilliam Museum and acting TA for her class. Though Peter is cordial he shows no particular interest in Amy. With the help of her sassy letters, explaining her madcap position as museum director at a small historical society, Peter is intrigued and a correspondence ensues. Amy soon finds he is as zany as she in his prose and a blossoming friendship develops.
Suddenly Peter’s letters stop. After weeks of trying to put a witty spin on her unanswered correspondence, Amy sends a farewell note. Fate steps in just in time to save the budding romance. Amy makes a surprise visit to England and love blooms.
Once back in Manhattan, Amy’s attention is suddenly turned by her long-time friend, Luke Gilbert, a struggling painter, who pursues her. Suddenly Amy is torn over whom she really loves.
Finally when she may lose both men, she admits her love and the rest is happily-ever-after.

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