After refusing a marriage proposal the week she is starting law school, Tracy Hamilton decides to leave it all behind. She drives away to her grandparents' estate in a little coastal town outside of Boston.
Though law school was her last attempt at getting her absent parents’ approval by trying to fulfill her late older sister’s dreams, Tracy feels the loss of purpose and the loss of her sister now more than ever.
With her grandmother urging her to revisit a buried passion for baking and the annoyingly present gardener, Philip, trying to convince her to join him in a cooking competition, Tracy battles between what is worth fighting for and when to let go of the things that aren’t.
- 49523 words
- About 198 pages