Southern traditions, family recipes, history, and hope come together in author Piper Huguley's heartfelt romance from Hallmark Publishing.
Althea Dailey has succeeded beyond her wildest dreams. So why doesn't she feel more excited about it? She's about to become the only woman--and the only Black person--to make partner at her prestigious law firm in New York City. When she has to travel South for a case, she pays a long-overdue visit back home to Milford, Georgia. To her surprise, a white man she's never met has befriended her grandmother.
Jack Darwent wasn't interested in the definition of success dictated by his father and Southern high society. His passion for cooking led him to his current project: a documentary and cookbook about authentic Southern food. Althea's grandmother is famous for her cooking at the historically Black Milford College, especially the annual May feast meal. But Althea suspects Jack of trying to steal her grandmother's recipes.
Although Althea and Jack don't have the best first impressions of one another, they discover they have more in common than they'd guessed...and even as they learn about one another's pasts, they both see glimmers of a better future. This heartwarming romance includes a free Hallmark original recipe.Binding Type: