How Do You Grab a Naked Lady? by Sharon L. Hicks
A Memoir

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How Do You Grab a Naked Lady? is a sexy, horrific, funny, honest-to-the-bone memoir, with many interesting twists and turns. Sharon was torn between two opposing forces, her mother and dad. Her dad was an idealist, nothing but the best for his daughter. But with her mother, there was a bit of a problem. Mother was irrational, charming, seductive, unpredictable, and a brilliant woman with tendencies towards emotional outbursts, foul language and parading naked in public. Not the role model young Sharon wanted. Only choice left: Dad’s dream of the white picket fence, including squeaky-clean husband, two children, a beautiful home and enough financial security so that his daughter would never need to work.

Sharon continually searched for the squeaky clean husband and the white picket fence. But she had two failed marriages. And many, many men. Too many. She came up empty. Sharon began to question her Dad’s dream of the white picket fence. Eventually she discovered the answer in the most unlikely source—her Mother.

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Sharon L. Hicks is a retired executive and community volunteer. This is her first book inspired by her Mother. She lives in Hawaii. Visit the authors website at:
Published October 29, 2012 by AbbottPress. 279 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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In this debut memoir about family and acceptance, a daughter's lifelong search for normalcy is overshadowed by the antics of her mentally ill mother.

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