It appears she had read the book, and her opinion on the subject changed during her life.
Information had been recorded within the church, and this book pgs 487-490, listed as a source from the wiki article, relates some of her story.
These annals always written by one of the Sisters relate the most
important events which have happened in their convent and contain also
a short biography of some of the religious.
Within their record, besides the story concerning the appearance of the apparition of St Joseph as related in the wiki article, contains the following passage:
...As she remarked to the Sisters "I was at this time an infidel. I
had read only novels and the writings of rationalists and had heard
nothing but evil spoken of the Catholic church."
So this strongly implies she would have read her fathers book, Reason, The Only Oracle of Man. It also points out that she thought of herself as being an infidel for her views then, so we can deduce she did agree with the views espoused in his book (during her youth) but in later adulthood had a different opinion on the matter (hence the infidel part).
I find no direct acknowledgement of her fathers book by title or author, but since most of the recorded record of her is from the Catholic period of her life, that probably makes sense.