Time After Time – Lisa Gruenwald

timeJoe, a leverman at Grand Central Terminal in 1938, just fell in love with a charming redhead, Nora Lansing, who appeared from out of nowhere, disheveled and wearing clothes ten years out of style. Joe and Nora have a great relationship, except that due to some mysterious forces, Nora can never leave the terminal.

This book has a lot of things going for it: an interesting historical setting in Grand Central Terminal from the 1920s through the 1940s, an unusual circumstance with Nora, and a sweet romance.

Although it may be considered by some to be a tad on the fluffy side, it’s a charming, engaging story. I looked forward to reading this, and the historical details were eye-opening. I can’t wait to go back and visit the station and look around, recalling the tidbits I picked up from this book. There’s an entire world contained in Grand Central.

Many thanks to LibraryThing Early Reviewers program and Random House for the copy in exchange for my review.

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