Author: Juniper Jackson
I was intrigued by the premise: an owner of a soul food restaurant in a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood falls in love with the man who might put her out of business. At the same time, that man is in the process of stepping away from his previous life of privilege. A romantic comedy featuring gentrification, inter-racial relationships, discussions of privilege? I thought I would enjoy it but instead it ended up being pretty improbable, even for an already improbable genre.