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A Fine Romance by Candice Bergen
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A Fine Romance

by Candice Bergen

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  Iambookish | Dec 14, 2016 |
This book is a follow-up to Bergen's Knock Wood and covers her marriage to Louis Malle and his later death, the birth of her child Chole, her Murphy Brown and Boston Legal years, as well as her current marriage to Marshall Rose. Again, Bergen tries to figure out why things are handed to her. Yes, she worked hard on Murphy Brown but she grew up in Hollywood royalty and was drop dead gorgeous. There is a lot of humor and wit in the book but I at times I also felt there was a big of bragging about her financial situation. I wish she had spent more time covering the charities she supports (not just monetarily but with her time) but maybe she doesn't really do that. ( )
  knahs | Nov 28, 2016 |
In this book Bergen really comes into her own, both as a storyteller and as an actress. Building on her earlier autobiography, Knock Wood, in this book Bergen carries on from motherhood, through widowhood to new love. An honest look at her strengths and weaknesses - I mean really, when was the last time anyone in Hollywood straight out admitted they were fat because they loved eating - this was an engaging, illuminating book. Worth reading. ( )
  Meggo | Jul 24, 2015 |
She is a really funny person and it shows in her writing style. Also, seemingly honest and down to earth. Good read to catch up with her life sans Malle. ( )
  bogopea | Jul 2, 2015 |
I've always liked Candice Bergen, but not crazy about this book. ( )
  Suzieqkc | Jun 22, 2015 |
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It was midway through October 1985 as I waddled in a huge, plaid tent dress through the ground floor of Bergdorf's.
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