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 Navy SEAL, Will Dozier, has no intention of selling his grandparents' property to a developer. Back on Heron Island for the first time in ten years and secretly struggling with PTSD, Will decides that a fling with the new girl is the perfect way to help him "get his head straight." The last thing Will expects is to fall in love...with his hometown and with Annie. But Will's life and career are in San Diego with the SEALs. Can Annie's love and the healing magic of the island be enough to convince him to stay?
Sophie Moss is an award-winning author of contemporary and fantasy romance. She currently lives in San Diego, California, where she’s working on her next novel. When she’s not writing, she’s walking the beach, testing out a new dessert recipe, or fiddling in her garden. Sophie loves to hear from readers. Email her at email@example.com or visit her website sophiemossauthor.com to sign up for her newsletter.
Annie Malone moves to the small island of Heron Island to get her daughter away from a tragic event, Annie opens up a charming cafe on the island in hopes to establish roots. Will Dozier is back home to deal with his Grandparents estate and recoup from his last Navy Seal mission. These two meet and the sparks are flying. Sophie Moss does an awesome job of telling this story. She brings the characters to life and gives them real life struggles they have to deal with. Sophie Moss makes you feel like you are actually on Heron Island with her brilliant writing. This is a story about the plans you make in your life and how things do not always go the way it seems. I absolutely loved this story. Will and Annie are believable people who you would want to make your good friends. It is a heart warming story. You really, really, really need to read this book. I give it 5 stars.