Amazon Book Review of “No Time For Love”
JB Miller’s No Time For Love REVIEW
Meet Chatham Ross, attractive, fun-loving, mid-thirties mother of three: daughter Madison, 12,youngest boy Camp, age 6, and “P.J.” (short for Peter Junior),11, named after his father Peter, who died tragically in an auto accident. Gone now for five years.
Chatham is mother, father and family breadwinner, with a lot on her plate.
Children to raise, carpooling, school activities, house cleaning, shopping, endless errands and burdensome obligations that take a lot of time.
And the Big One: the challenge to make ends meet.
Chatham does that as well as anyone, working out of her house creating successful advertising campaigns for a number of clients. Non-stop effort, seven days a week.
Her load is heavy, and she misses her husband, and how sweet their life was together.
Could she ever be romantically involved again?
Nice as the thought may be, there is no time for love right now.
Author Miller however, begs to differ, and sets out to change Chatham’s life.
The story, and your fun begins when Chatham, low on self-esteem one day, walks into a 24-hour fitness club, thinking she has to ‘get in shape.’
She’s greeted by an attendant, handsome, and Italian she observes. She’s attracted to him, and he to her. His name is Palio, who we discover is much more than an attendant at a fitness club. They part, and yes indeed, will meet again.
From that first encounter forward, Chatham is involved in a large assortment of puzzling, crazy, coincidental meetings with the story’s main players.
You get to know Palio and what he’s up to, Chatham’s father, who builds little wooden boats and why that’s important, New York mobsters up close and personal and what they want to get, Mario and Gino, who have their own agenda, Trip, best friend of Peter, Chatham’s deceased husband, and what he wants to do, a crazy cab driver and the part he plays, and the lady working all the angles to get what she wants, including Palio, the evil Georgina.
Lots going on, chapter after chapter.
All kinds of intrigue, mystery, betrayal, suspense, humor, and for sure romance, all affecting our main nice person, Chatham Ross.
Have to believe you will really like this fun, fast-paced, emotionally rewarding story — with the nifty resolution.
Enjoy JB Miller’s No Time For Love, and no-fair reading the ending ’til you get there!