By Sherryl Woods
Dana Sue could run the easiest little eating place in Serenity, but if you are feeding a small city of associates, busybodies and most sensible buddies, issues can get a piece sizzling within the kitchen. by no means brain that she's placing on too many kilos (an occupational possibility for a chef)—she's fearful approximately her too-skinny teenage daughter, Annie, who has been slowly ravenous herself because the loud, suitcase-tossing, name-calling healthy on her entrance garden that left Dana Sue minus one dishonest husband.But occasionally existence selections unusual how you can mend fences. whilst Annie lands within the medical institution, Dana Sue reaches out to the fellow she likes to hate: Ron, the husband who took her middle while she tossed him out. Ron continues to be Annie's white knight, whether he is decidedly extra tarnished in Dana Sue's eyes. yet he nonetheless seems more than enough to consume, and perhaps, simply might be, to forgive. as soon as, Ron made the error of letting cross and not using a right struggle. yet now Dana Sue is set to get one other flavor of candy devotion from a guy bored with feeling like a idiot, hungry for that slice of heaven he stumbled on with her….
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That was the day he’d told her he was leaving, that he and her mom were getting a divorce. Of course, after she’d witnessed her mom tossing all his stuff on the front lawn it hadn’t come as a huge shock, but it had made her sick just the same. She’d left the table at Wharton’s, run into the restroom and lost her lunch right there. Since that awful day, nothing had appealed to her. Not the burgers and fries she’d once loved, not pizza or ice cream, not even the stuff her mom had on the menu at the restaurant.
Unfortunately, though, he’d only be speculating about whether she has an eating disorder, the same way we are. ” Dana Sue asked, frustrated. ” “She’ll just claim she’s eating when you’re not around,” Maddie said. “She might even toss food down the garbage disposal to make you think she’s eaten it. ” “The scales don’t lie,” Dana Sue said. ” Helen’s expression turned thoughtful. “Maybe we’re going about this all wrong. ” Maddie nodded slowly. “I think you have a point. ” she asked Dana Sue. Dana Sue thought about that.
She obviously wasn’t as good at covering her emotions as she’d like to be. ” “Because it’s less than an hour till your dinner rush starts,” Maddie said. “You’re usually up to your eyeballs in preparation. ” “I am way too predictable,” Dana Sue muttered, making a vow to change that. Once, she’d been the most reckless and daring of all the Sweet Magnolias. But since the divorce, knowing she had a daughter to raise and send to college—her ex-husband made the court-ordered child support payments, but that was all—she’d turned cautious.
A Slice of Heaven by Sherryl Woods