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“AND THEN I FOUND YOU is as authentic as it is riveting and ultimately unforgettable. Your past will find you―and it can change your life. I think it’s the most soulful book she’s ever written.” ―Dorothea Benton Frank, author of Porch Lights
“In And Then I Found You Patti Callahan Henry explores the labyrinth of a woman's heart--mother, daughter, sister, friend, lover. Moving and beautifully written. ” ―Mary Alice Monroe, author of Beach House Memories
“Patti Callahan Henry has a singular gift----she can connect her characters so deeply to the natural world. She leads Katie Vaughn by moonlight, with a touch as light and deft as a white feather, unafraid to plunge her into the deepest sorrows so that she can emerge changed and beautiful. You can't help but root for Katie. AND THEN I FOUND YOU is Henry at her best, brimming with heart and compassionate wisdom.” ―Joshilyn Jackson, New York Times bestselling author of A Grown Up Kind of Pretty
“Patti Callahan Henry asks the big, equivocal questions about what it means to be a mother, a child, a family, and the answers she finds in AND THEN I FOUND YOU will surprise you, provoke you, and rearrange your heart.” ―Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of The Deep End of the Ocean and What We Saw at Night
“A touching story” ―Kirkus
“Henry writes this story with eloquence and beauty. This is her most personal and her most powerful story to date.” ―Huffington Post
“A delicious read featuring all of the elements of love, loss and familial tension.” ―The Atlantan
And then I found you by Patti Callahan Henry
Beautiful story of a lady who becomes pregnant but the guy has gotten married tired of waiting for her. Read more
I actually enjoyed this book. It's an easy afternoon read. This book portrays the ongoing struggles Kate faces to make the "right" choices in life & love. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shelli S.
The writing in this book is god awful. I forced myself to read about 100 pages before I finally let myself off the hook and started some real literature. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kelly
My sister and I learned when we were very young that we were both adopted. For me, that fact was almost meaningless. Read morePublished 4 months ago by P. Mann
She makes one bad decision after another from the age of 19 to the last page of the book at age 32 - ARGH! Read morePublished 4 months ago by E. B. MULLIGAN