Food, Family, & DysFUNction :: A Second Helping

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Author House, Nov 26, 2012 - Fiction - 238 pages
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Food, Family, and DysFUNction: A Second Helping is another amazing journey through the life of Sofia Azzerella. Sofia is a thirty-something Italian-American woman. Her life has been full of ups and downs. Now, life is better than ever! She is doing well in her professional life (co-operating her family-owned produce company), and her personal life. She has even learned to bob and weave her way through the drama of her hilariously dysfunctional family. She has two quirky, yet fun best friends who she happily shares everything with, and she has a hot new beau! Sofia and her two besties take a well-deserved road trip. It is on this trip that the girls meet a seemingly vulnerable woman. Sofia believes that she and this woman can help each other. But can they? Has she made a mistake in bringing this woman into her home? Watch as her past, present, and future unfold in an explosive showdown. Fasten your seatbelt for this hilarious yet touching ride through crazy town. To catch up on Sofia’s adventures, be sure to check out the first of this series, Food, Family, and DysFUNction. You can follow M. Angelina on Facebook.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
3
Chapter 3
8
Chapter 4
12
Chapter 5
17
Chapter 6
19
Chapter 7
21
Chapter 8
24
Chapter 16
85
Chapter 17
110
Chapter 18
116
Chapter 19
122
Chapter 20
126
Chapter 21
145
Chapter 22
158
Chapter 23
168

Chapter 9
32
Chapter 10
35
Chapter 11
52
Chapter 12
61
Chapter 13
67
Chapter 14
71
Chapter 15
77
Chapter 24
181
Chapter 25
192
Chapter 26
198
Chapter 27
208
Chapter 28
218
Chapter 29
224
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M. Angelina is the author of the series Food, Family, and Dysfunction and Food, Family, and DysFUNction: A Second Helping. She resides in Indiana with her husband and two children. She is a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University. She enjoys reading, rafting (resting on them), long walks, spending time with her family and friends, and Sunday dinners.

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