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Then She Found Me
April Epner knew she was adopted, but she had no idea her birth mother was Bernice G!, the flamboyant hostess of a Boston TV talk show. After Aprilís adoptive parents die, Bernice decides that it is time to form a relationship with her daughter. Bernice, however, is not the motherly type and also has a problem telling the truth, particularly about the circumstances of Aprilís birth. Along the rocky road to forming a mother-daughter bond, April learns much about herself and the meaning of family Ė and also finds love. This book was originally published in 1990 and re-released in conjunction with the 2008 movie starring Helen Hunt. It is a sweet, heartwarming story, often poignant and witty, that should appeal to women of all ages.

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