My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Heather Webber's Midnight at the Blackbird Cafe is a captivating blend of magical realism, heartwarming romance, and small-town Southern charm.
Nestled in the mountain shadows of Alabama lies the little town of Wicklow. It is here that Anna Kate has returned to bury her beloved Granny Zee, owner of the Blackbird Café.
It was supposed to be a quick trip to close the café and settle her grandmother’s estate, but despite her best intentions to avoid forming ties or even getting to know her father’s side of the family, Anna Kate finds herself inexplicably drawn to the quirky Southern town her mother ran away from so many years ago, and the mysterious blackbird pie everybody can’t stop talking about.
As the truth about her past slowly becomes clear, Anna Kate will need to decide if this lone blackbird will finally be able to take her broken wings and fly.
I have to admit, after reading the blurb, I was sure if Midnight at the Blackbird Café would be a book for me or not. Within the first couple of chapters, I was hooked. I absolutely loved this heartwarming and magical tale. I felt a connection to the characters and hated to see their story end.
I am giving Midnight at the Blackbird Café a very well deserved five plus stars. I highly recommend it. I can not wait to get my hands on more books by Heather Webber in the near future. She has earned herself a new fan.
I received this book from the publisher, but was not required to write a review. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.
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