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Sherina L. (RenaMa23) reviewed All My Tomorrows: All My Tomorrows / Home Sweet Home (Arabesque) on
Tiring of politics in the kitchen of the five-star restaurant where she is employed, twenty-seven-year-old Lydia Lord knows it's time to move on. With aspirations to launch a gourmet styled restaurant, she resigns from her position and goes back to Baltimore to get organized.
A painful connection with a professional athlete left a bad taste in Lydia's heart, especially for athletes, so her plans do not include romance; she needs to devote all of her attention to her business. To test her ability to supervise a restaurant staff, Lydia volunteers her talents as Head Chef at Camp Six Nations, a summer camp for disadvantaged kids. But her plans take a slight detour when she runs into former football star Kennedy Fletcher. Will she remember her resolve and stay focused?
Former Baltimore Ravens' running back, Ken Fletcher, turned down a multimillion-dollar contract and abruptly left football while at the top of his game. Tired of fortune-seeking 'groupies', and no longer wanting a commitment, Ken only dallies in temporary seductions. He is now a savvy businessman who wants to help underprivileged kids. But the defiant, independent, and sultry chef, who has come to camp, may force him to rethink his resolve about women and relationships.