"At times, the art-history lesson towers over the story, resulting in less tension and lower stakes than in Davis' earlier novels. Still, with richly drawn characters living in two storied eras, there is much to be enchanted by."
New York's Grand Central Terminal is more than just an architectural masterpiece or historic landmark for aspiring artist Clara Darden and newly divorced mother Virginia Clay. It's a platform for new beginnings at a time when each woman needs one most.
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