Wind Chime Café (Wind Chime #1) by Sophie Moss

Wind Chime Café (Wind Chime #1)

When single mother Annie Malone purchases a quirky Main Street café on Heron Island, she thinks she’s finally turned her dream of opening her own restaurant into a reality. Hearing rumors that a developer is about to build a five-star resort on the sleepy Chesapeake Bay island, she plans to transform the café into a premier upscale bistro. But Annie’s life is about to get a lot more complicated.Back on Heron Island for the first time in ten...

Details Wind Chime Café (Wind Chime #1)

TitleWind Chime Café (Wind Chime #1)
Release DateFeb 3rd, 2014
PublisherSea Rose Publishing
GenreRomance, Womens Fiction, Chick Lit, War, Military

Reviews Wind Chime Café (Wind Chime #1)

  • sraxe
    You know when you're so profoundly upset over something you just have to stop whatever it is you're doing? Yeah, that was this book for me. I ended up putting this book down at several points because it was angering and upsetting me so much. Had the author mentioned in the synopsis that a central aspect of this story was 9/11, I would never have picked it up. I went back and forth with whether or not I even wanted to write this review because of ...
  • Elle Vanzandt
    Sophie MossSophie Moss is a new author to me but you can be sure I will be following her now!Wind Chime Café was simple remarkable. This was a real life story. I know that seems simple but it truly was. The characters in this book were your neighbors, sisters, brothers, and friends.I felt immediately tied to the story. With a personal connection that may not be there for some but spoke to me, Wind Chime Café was an incredible story that told of...
  • Tina Lee Harris
    I actually had the privilege of listening to this book on I absolutely loved it. The story is one that will touch every person’s heart and make them smile. There was love, heart break, suspense and the spirit of living again. This is definitely a must read.The characters were all so likeable as if you knew them all personality. And Heron Island is a place that you want to move too and raise your family. Everyone knows everyone and ...
  • Kirstie
    What a gorgeous story. I love, love, loved it! Wind Chime Cafe is a heart warming story that I could truly read over and over.Annie is a strong and determined sole parent who has held dreams close to heart and has worked very hard to get where she is. After Annie's daughter is sole survivor of a school shooting, Annie decides now is the time to move forward and begin the life she had always dreamed.Annie buys a cafe on Heron Island, in the hopes ...
  • Angela
    Ms. Moss’s Wind Chime Cafe is a bittersweet story of healing, forgiveness, and bravery. Her novel is about real people, going through real struggles, and trying to help one another heal. While the love story between Annie and Will is beyond swoon-worthy, this novel is not limited to their interaction. Most if not all of the characters within the book are treated with respect and given a chance to grow and move forward. Taylor and Will learn to ...
  • ☕ Kimberly
    Wind Chime Café is the first in the Wind Chime series by Sophie Moss. From the setting to the characters I slid right into this feel good tale. Moss delivered an engaging tale with few twists and characters that wrapped around my heart. Mini review: Small-town charm, sweet romance with a Navy Seal hero and a little girl who will steal your heart.I love small-town romances and getting to know the townsfolk. Not only did Moss give us a yummy, trou...
  • Mareli
    A very good story, sweet and tender but with a strong heroine and a good plot. Before reading this book I went through the reviews and someone pointed the link with 9/11 and how it was disturbing. I didn't find it so disturbing, but maybe not being American is the difference.I find otherwise curious there are so many books on Veterans theme. USA fought a lot of wars because they have always some kind of veterans to look after. It's strange for me...
  • Joan
    Dnf when the reason for Taylor carrying a broom was explained. Too many ‘real life’ situations.
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  • Roberta Capizzi
    Yes! Sophie did it again! From the author of the Selkie Trilogy comes another great trilogy. I have to admit I love Sophie's writing style so I was pretty sure I was going to like this book too. The thing when you start a new trilogy by the same author is that you're still living in the previous books and are still sort of attached to the characters, so becoming fond of new ones can be hard. Not if you read a book by Sophie Moss, though. I immedi...