Springtime and love is in the air, but not for two romantic souls …
Consider footloose and fancy-free Buddy Kean, on the outs with his independent-minded girlfriend who throws the collected works of English literature at him before throwing him out of the house.
Now consider recently widowed Edith Rose, who intends to close out the last chapter of her long life with as little fuss and as much dignity as possible.
Finally throw them together when Edith calls for a taxicab to take her to her new condominium in a quiet retirement community but draws the short straw after Buddy shows up as her cabdriver.
What was supposed to be a short trip becomes a 24-hour detour when Edith becomes entangled in the romantic complications of her cabdriver.
A special love story for the young and young-at-heart.
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About the Author
J. S. Chapman has been living in Paris, renting out a single room on the Left Bank, taking promenades along the Seine, throwing breadcrumbs to the pigeons, and pounding out novel after novel on an antique Underwood typewriter.
Imagination aside, she’s an American author of multiple genres. She’s also a screenwriter, artist, musician, stargazer, people watcher, dreamer, time traveler, and imaginarian.
You can take the girl out of the city ... but you can’t take the city out of the girl. Born and raised in Chicago USA, she may be a suburban transplant but her heart still lives in the Windy City.
She learned her street smarts the hard way while earning her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University. After teaching in a Chicago public high school and working for big business, she now writes full time.
Contact J. S. Chapman at www.jschapman.com ...