By Sherryl Woods
Dana Sue may run the simplest little eating place in Serenity, but if you are feeding a small city of acquaintances, busybodies and most sensible neighbors, issues can get a piece sizzling within the kitchen. by no means brain that she's placing on too many kilos (an occupational probability for a chef)—she's nervous 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 lifestyles selections unusual how one can mend fences. while Annie lands within the health facility, Dana Sue reaches out to the guy she likes to hate: Ron, the husband who took her center whilst 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 appears to be like more than enough to devour, 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 style of candy devotion from a guy uninterested in feeling like a idiot, hungry for that slice of heaven he came across with her….
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She gave Annie a chagrined look. “I’d give anything for a burger and fries, though. To hear my mom and dad talk, that’s all kids ever did back in the day. They went to Wharton’s after football games and pigged out. They went there after school and had milk shakes. ” “No way,” Annie said. The last time she’d eaten a burger and fries, she’d been having lunch with her dad. 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.
I don’t know why you’re getting so worked up over this. ” “I had cereal and half a banana for breakfast and a salad for lunch,” Sarah replied. Annie felt like throwing up just thinking about eating that much food. “Well, good for you. ” “I’m not gaining weight,” Sarah said. ” She gave Annie a chagrined look. “I’d give anything for a burger and fries, though. To hear my mom and dad talk, that’s all kids ever did back in the day. They went to Wharton’s after football games and pigged out. They went there after school and had milk shakes.
Annie protested, immediately on the defensive. “It was just a question,” Dana Sue said, her own hackles rising. ” “No, Sarah and I went to Wharton’s with some other kids, just to hang out,” Annie told her in a calmer tone. Dana Sue relaxed and grinned. She perched on the edge of the bed, hoping for the kind of girl talk she and Annie had once shared. “I remember doing that when I was your age. ” Annie said, then hesitated, as if trying to gauge her mother’s reaction. ” Dana Sue nodded, lost for a second in the good memories.
A Slice of Heaven by Sherryl Woods