Sunny Tedder returned in this second book. Sunny left her Little Coffee Shop of Kabul in the first book of the same title. This time round she was part owner Screaming Peacock Vineyard on Twimbly Island off the coast of US. The book toggles between Afghanistan and US in two separate worlds where two parallel stories were being told on the same time zone.
Readers are brought up to date on the lives of Halajan, Yazmina and all connected with the family staying in the house that is the Little Coffee Shop of Kabul.
This book is rich in emotions with stories of past emotional sufferings of some characters in the story. Everyone had a past that he/she had to come to term with. The author Deborah Rodriguez wrote easily and told the stories plainly. It had a good story line and it kept me wanting to know how the lives of these people would end.