Sweet Tea by Piper G. Huguley

Sweet Tea by Piper G. Huguley
Publisher: Hallmark Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Lavender

Southern traditions, history, and hope come together in author Piper Huguley’s heartfelt romance from Hallmark Publishing.

Althea Dailey has succeeded beyond her wildest dreams: she’s about to make partner at her prestigious law firm in New York. So why doesn’t she feel more excited about it? 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.
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Jack Darwent wasn’t interested in the definition of success dictated by 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 Milford College, a historically Black institution. But Althea suspects Jack of trying to steal her grandmother’s recipes.

Despite Althea and Jack’s 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.

Althea is a lawyer who has made partner. She goes from New York to Georgia to help her grandmother. Jack is a young man who has befriended her grandmother, and Althea is suspicious of him. Does he want to use her? Jack insists that his intentions are completely honorable. He wishes to make a documentary on Southern women who cook.

Althea is cold to Jack but little by little gets to know him. Maybe he can be trusted. Their relationship develops in a natural and tender way; then she has some big decisions to make. The bonds of friendship and family underlie this story and add depth. The setting is well described, bringing this sweet story to life.

Ms. Huguley is a talented writer, and I would recommend this story to anyone who is a fan of romance.


  1. Wow, great review, this one sounds so good. and now I’m thirsty for some sweet tea!

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