Natasha Bure, daughter of Christian actress Candace Cameron Bure, will take the lead in an upcoming faith-based romantic comedy called Home Sweet Home.
Bure will star opposite Ben Elliot.
Flirtatious barista Victoria is bored with her social butterfly lifestyle and longs for real love. When handsome Jason walks into her coffee shop, she turns on the charm, but he doesn’t respond to her flirting like men usually do. When she discovers that he runs a ministry that builds affordable housing, she decides to volunteer.
Victoria shows up to volunteer looking more like a model than a construction worker. She quickly realizes that it’s not going to be easy to fit in with this crew of experienced workers or to get Jason to ask her out on a date. When he proves to be immune to her tried-and-true techniques, Victoria is nonplussed. Then it hits her. Since flirting is not going to work on this guy, she researches both “how to act like one of them, a Christian,” and “how to build a house,” so she can give the appearance of belonging. Her new approach gains her some ground until she meets the single mom who will own the house they’re building, her eyes are opened. Jason is there to serve others, while she has just been getting in the way.
Home Sweet Home is a film for all ages and features a talented cast. The heart of the story brings to light the selfless act of serving others in need.
Bure is no stranger to acting. She previously appeared in Faith, Hope and Love and Hallmark’s Switched for Christmas.
Bure thanks her family for teaching her sound morals and wisdom. Her father is retired hockey player Valeri Bure.
“I really do owe the way that I am to my parents because I was raised in a pretty, I wouldn’t say strict household, but I would say, I was definitely guarded and I had a lot of rules,” Bure told Fox News last year. “I wasn’t given an overly excessive amount of freedom where I could just do whatever I want, you know, just kind of run wild.”