Central Park Rendezvous by Kim Vogel Sawyer, Dineen A. Miller, MaryLu Tyndall, Ronie Kendig


Central Park Rendezvous by Kim Vogel Sawyer, Dineen A. Miller, M.L. Tyndall, Ronie Kendig

Published: 2012

Publisher: Barbour Books

Series: Romancing America 

Goodreads Summery: Welcome to the Big Apple where four generations of heroes find a love that never ends. Home from Afghanistan, Sean Wolfe is avoiding his dreams. Will Jamie Russo and an old coin give him new hope? Once betrayed by love, Alan James is embittered. Will a sweet reunion in Central Park heal his broken heart? Helen Wolfe is struggling to provide for herself and her family. Is Bernie O’Day her answer to prayer? Damaged in body and soul by war, William Wolfe’s fiancée has rejected him. Will he ever risk his heart again? Will love persevere despite unimaginable odds?

     This book had a very interesting storyline. We start out in modern day New York City where we meet Jamie and Sean. The other stories intertwine together through letters written by Sean’s family from the past.  We travel to 1973 during Vietnam war then back to Jamie and Sean. We then head to 1941 and the beginning of WWII. After another stop back in the present we head all the way back to the civil war. The book concludes with present day.

What I liked: I really like how this story was told. It felt like one novel not 4 shorter ones. Having one of the stories be the focal point was also fun as it felt more like a regular novel. The authors did such a good job of writing together I kept forgetting that 4 people wrote the book. The use of the letters to hold the story together made it unique.

What I did not like: I wish Helen and Bernie’s story(1941) had been a little longer. It also felt like that story was left hanging a little bit and it would have been nice to know how it all turned out for them.

     Over all I really enjoyed this book I even cried at the end. I just really liked how all the stories tied together and make the whole book uniform. A must read!

Book Rating

Steamy Rating

     This book also gets my

Buy From




DISCLOSURE: I was provided a free copy of this ebook from the publisher through NetGalley to review it. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own.

2012 Reviews, 5 Stars, Barbour Books, Buring the Midnight Oils Award, Contemporary Fiction, Dinee A Miller, Historical Fiction, Kim Vogel Sawyer, MaryLu Tyndall, NetGalley, Romance, Romancing America, Ronie Kendig, SeriesPermalink

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *