When searching for a new movie to watch, I came across "Appetite for Love". It was released in 2016, but somehow I have missed seeing it.
As a huge Hallmark fan, I didn't feel I needed to look further. I felt confident this would be a good movie and one I would enjoy watching.
I had seen Andrew Walker (Clay Hart) in several Hallmark movies, but Taylor Cole (Mina Jones) was new to me even though she has starred in several Hallmark movies previously.
From the very beginning, I liked Taylor Cole. She was easily believable as a current day business executive from a small rural town in Tennessee. Andrew Walker seems almost born to play the part of Clay Hart, a country boy committed to seeing his home town prosper in spite of outside forces that he must take seriously.
With the typical feel-good Hallmark theme of romance & fun, and even with the challenges of big city interference, "Appetite for Love" leaves viewers happy and with an appetite for more.
Appetite for Love
Appetite for LoveMina loves her job, her career. She is definitely headed in the right direction with the company. She has a great boyfriend, who happens to be a co-worker and their life together is headed in the right direction. Her life seems perfect. It is exactly what she wanted when she left small town USA to carve out her career. Since her parents have moved, there is really no reason for her to return to Sycamore Springs, Tennessee. Well, that is true until her company sends her there to force their newly acquired franchised restaurant into compliance with the company rules, menus, and suppliers. Her promotion depends on her successfully implementing the required changes at Hart's Restaurant, which happens to be owned by her high school sweetheart's family.
Since his father's recent death, Clay Hart is the operator of the towns popular Hart's Restaurant. The chef knows what the customers want and he prepares the food accordingly. Hart's uses locally grown products and the food is cooked fresh daily. However, that is not in compliance with the company requirements since they are not serving food from the company menu supplied by the chosen vendors. What's more, Clay is not interested in making those changes. He knows what his town prefers. Unfortunately, his restaurant is no longer owned by his family.
As you can see, Mina and Clay are about to knock heads. The past has a way
of interfering when old hurts become part of the present. Things get even
more difficult when Mina's co-worker boyfriend shows up to "help" and report
back to corporate. After all, the people of Sycamore Springs are
important to Mina too, even though she tried to forget those friends and her
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