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A SLICE OF HEAVEN
by Sherryl Woods

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: MILD

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Woods continues her Sweet Magnolias trilogy with this topical, interesting story. The characters are nicely layered, and the conflict is believable, but there's little romance to be found -- owing to the focus on the heroine's daughter.

Two years ago, Dana Sue Sullivan's husband, Ronnie, had a brief fling with another woman, and she threw him out. Now divorced and running a successful restaurant, Dana Sue does occasionally think about her ex, but not always kindly! But when their daughter Annie's eating disorder reaches a crisis point, Dana Sue allows herself to lean on Ronnie, because he's still close to the teenager.

Ronnie's devastated by Annie's illness, but he's happy to step up -- and maybe get a second chance with his ex-wife. Tired of drifting, Ronnie wants his family back, but first, he has to win Dana Sue's trust -- which isn't going to be easy. (MIRA, Mar., 400 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Catherine Witmer

Publisher: Mira

Published: March 2007

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