A Slice of Heaven by Sherryl Woods

The Sweet Magnolias, Book 2



ISBN 978-0-7783-2415-7

Reviewed by Nannette



The last person Dana Sue Sullivan wants to see is her ex-husband, Ronnie. Unfortunately, when their daughter, Annie, gets sick, Dana Sue has to tell him, and that means he’ll be coming back to Serenity, South Carolina to see her. Ronnie knows he has little chance of getting back in Dana Sue’s good graces after cheating on her, but he’s willing to do anything to win her back. While Annie struggles with anorexia, Dana Sue struggles with increasing weight gain, the threat of diabetes, and Ronnie’s insistence that he’s here to stay.

They say that something good comes from something bad and for Annie, Dana Sue, and Ronnie in A Slice of Heaven, it certainly does. While Dana Sue has to deal with the scary and potentially life threatening implications of Annie’s eating disorder, she has the added hardship of trying to forgive and forget what Ronnie did to her. I don’t know if I could have. Ronnie’s remorse is genuine and his love for Annie and Dana Sue is obvious.  While there are many ups and downs in A Slice of Heaven, the ups outweigh the downs in this tender love story.  


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