- Series: A Wind Chime Novel
- Paperback: 306 pages
- Publisher: Sea Rose Publishing (February 4, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0615949258
- ISBN-13: 978-0615949253
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 940 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,527,672 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Wind Chime Cafe (A Wind Chime Novel) Paperback – February 4, 2014
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About the Author
Sophie Moss is a USA Today bestselling and multi-award winning author. She is known for her captivating Irish fantasy romances and heartwarming contemporary romances with realistic characters and unique island settings. As a former journalist, Sophie has been writing professionally for over ten years. She lives in Maryland, where she’s working on her next novel. When she’s not writing, she’s testing out a new dessert recipe, exploring the Chesapeake Bay, or fiddling in her garden. Sophie loves to hear from readers. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit her website sophiemossauthor.com to sign up for her newsletter.
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This book is emotional, gripping, and simply wonderful. Sophie doesn’t just weave a neat fairy tale. Her story is raw, tear jerking, and beautiful. Annie is seeking a much needed fresh start for her and her daughter on Heron Island. Will came home for what he thought was a quick trip to tie up some loose ends. But from the moment they meet, there is an instant connection. Sophie doesn’t force the love story between the two of them, but allows it to grow naturally. Sophie is a master of imagery and weaving in animals and nature into her stories.
The secondary characters are also wonderful, and I can’t wait to read their books too. This is a must read for contemporary romance fans.
Imo- Sophie Moss is absolutely brilliant. Her main cast of characters are so vibrant and real that it is difficult to let such stories, and new friends you've suddenly come to love and respect, go. You really have to feel for Annie, struggling in a new town and desperate to find some peace for her little girl. After all; this poor child has been through pure hell and back, and at such a young age, too. Who knows if someone like her can ever live a normal life after what she's been through.
I felt the same way about Will. A Navy SEAL on leave. After losing his family and then later ....most of his Seal Team, Will is struggling with PTSD along with decisions about what he will do with his property. I was a little apprehensive about how Will’s mental health would be dealt with in this book. I’m used to a lot of romance plots that use PTSD (or other health issues) as an excuse to create a caregiver-romance storyline, or stories in which the romance magically solves any mental health problems, and I find this a little problematic. But I really shouldn't have worried, because as I stated before, Sophie Moss has written a very complex and compelling story...and it was perfection at it's best!
The true friendships that were brought to the forefront...... and the way the whole town pulls together, for the sake of helping these two lost souls get through a very traumatic time in their lives, was so heart-warming. That includes Riley, too, even though she's not a human. I believe that most animals have more healing powers than our human species do. And Riley was benifical to the healing of both Taylor and Will. I also believe that Will and Taylor's understanding what the other was going through helped out tremendously, too.
I’ve never read other books by Sophie Moss, but admit that once I finished Wind Chime Café I was craving more from this author. I will be checking out more of her books in the near future, for sure!
I first fell in love with the Chesapeake region when I first read James Michener’s epic book and then years later I spend while working back east in the area. What a magical place as I remembered how island disappear and are just under the surface and you must look very closely. So when Sophie Moss’s new Wind Chime Café (trilogy) I was interested, as I thoroughly loved and was enchanted by her Seal Trilogy. Sophie Moss has the ability to bring you into her characters minds, hearts and souls. There is such a lovely pace about her writing, she takes you by the hand and leads you with lovely words and finely woven sentences to where she wants you to be, which is this case is survivors and broken hearts-she takes her pen and stitches together three characters Will (War), Annie (rejection) and Taylor (a shooting). In our world of 5 minute sound bites and 15 minutes of fame, The Wind Chime Café deals with what happens when people forget and the cameras are turned off. It is also a poignant story about love and friendship for three characters that you know have been through an ordeal, yet they do not wallow in their despair, but they go on because faith and trust and eventually love can heal a broken heart…if we are only patient.
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Had deleted 6 unreadable books prior to starting this little diamond .