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Mary is a sophisticated pastry chef who's struggling to keep the doors of her bakery open. Facing eviction, she decides to return back home with her fiancé, Brent, to collect a sizable engagement gift from her eccentric Texan family. But, when Brent is felled by allergies and unable to travel, Mary bails his identical-twin brother, Jake, out of jail and travels back home passing him off as her fiancé. Written by
New frou frou sweet treat bakery owner Mary cannot seem to make anything work - her shop is in trouble, her fiancé seems allergic to everything she likes,and her family wants her to come home for a visit which turns into an engagement party and then....her fiancé's twin brother (Jake) enters the mix.... and brings more smiles than growls of irritation than Mary could have imagined.
The characters in this film were down-to-earth, from allergic reactions to stumbling on stage. This movie was a joy to watch given it was void of unnecessary sub-plots and character reveals who divert the attention from the main storyline. Simple and easy-going from start to finish with a focus on the importance of family no matter how quirky those members may be made it even better.
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