Of course, she will scoop this summer!
Amazing, unforgettable ice cream made by the founder!
But what if…she can’t?
Meade Creamery is a local summer tradition for townspeople and lake vacationers alike, with one-of-a-kind ice cream flavors invented during World War II.
Only Miss Meade knows the recipes, so if she ever stops making the ice cream, what will the scoop girls do when the stock runs out?
More importantly, what can head girl Amelia do when Miss Meade’s great-nephew arrives with big plans to change the stand!?
What’s your favorite “tastes like summer” ice cream flavor?
My book talk: With their stock of secret-recipe ice cream dwindling, head girl Amelia tries to lead this summer’s Meade Creamery girls as older scoopers taught her.
But when the founder’s great-nephew Grady’s arrives with spreadsheets and profitability concerns, she must balance his demands with local expectations, while trying to find the recipes that Molly Meade created when her sweetheart didn’t return from World War II.
Molly’s wartime letters to her best friend alternate with Amelia struggles today at the ice cream stand with her best friend and new scoop girls as they work to keep a local tradition alive for one more summer, despite Grady’s business major viewpoint and Amelia’s growing feelings for him.