All the Right Ingredients: With a Dash of Hope


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David is the art professor who looks like he has it all: a great teaching position at a great university and the adoring eyes of his female students. But, beneath the mask, David Mullgrave struggles to connect with people and cannot build a long-term relationship. He breaks hearts and does not look back. Until Kate comes along. She makes him realize that he needs to be a better man for her and for himself.

Ruth Monroe has spent the thirteen years since her daughter died abandoning her granddaughter and swallowed up by her grief. Then Kate unexpectedly returns to her solitary life and wakes her up.

Jason Jones is the sheriff of the small town, Colston. He is the kind of guy everyone goes to with their issues; a family man and good neighbor. Though surrounded by family and friends, Jason feels more alone than ever since his divorce. Then a new woman moves in next door and fills his life with laughter and pie.

Kate Monroe’s life is falling apart. She just received her art degree and should be starting a new chapter in her life full of creativity. Instead, she’s pregnant with her art professor’s child. The professor who manages to break her heart with just a few harsh words. She is dealing with depression that has followed her ever since she was in the car crash that killed her parents. And she has lost the ability to create art to help her through it all. So, she decides to go back to the only place that felt like home, Colston.

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