Enough Already by Valerie Bertinelli, Read by the Author
A Heartfelt Memoir on Love and Acceptance
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Actor Valerie Bertinelli gives an affecting narration of Enough Already, her heartfelt memoir about love, family, grief, and food. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb discuss the impact of hearing Bertinelli sharing her story on audio. Bertinelli reveals her relationships to food, to her son, and to her late ex-husband, Eddie Van Halen. She is a delightful storyteller as she shares anecdotes about her television work and remembrances of cooking with her family. A rewarding listen.
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