When Jay Stevens' best friend Jimmy Burletson, made the decision
to keep the black baby that somebody had abandoned on his front
porch, Jay had to make a choice. He could either accept what Jimmy
had done, despite how crazy it was, or he could turn his back on
Then too, there was the problem of the good-looking high-yaller
named Sweet Alice Nelson, whom Jimmy had hired to help out. She was
always around, and, to Jay's consternation, he found he enjoyed
being in her company. That was a strange feeling for a white man in
Southwest Mississippi, and he knew it.
When Sweet Alice moved to New Orleans, Jay could have put her
put of his life completely then and there, but he didn't. If he
had, his life would have been very different, but he was quite
certain it wouldn't have been as interesting.
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