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How Mom Got a Life
 
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Sheelagh Mawe
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How Mom Got a Life

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For eighteen years, Kate Martin has been a sheltered housewife and mother. Suddenly she finds herself divorced and out on a limb. A lot of role reversal goes on as her three kids watch their usually calm, collected mother turn into a quivering mass of insecurities while coming to terms with her new role of single parent. In many ways Kate has a lot more growing up to do ...more
Paperback, 238 pages
Published October 1st 2005 by Totally Unique Thoughts
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