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the cover was pinkish with canles and pearls

Ok so i read this book in highschool so roughly 2000ish or older,

I remember it was about two teen lovers one rich the boy, and one poor the girl, His medleing mother seperated them when the girl got pregnant, she named her daughter april because she was concieved in april, the couple is seperated for years, and the girl marries another older man, who dies, for some reason the girl thinks she can't get pregnant but when the girl and boy are reunited she does and they live happily ever after. No clue title or author.