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More Than Words

Bestselling authors & Real-life heroines

Each and every one of us has the ability to effect change--to make our world a better place. The key is to begin in our own backyards, look at needs within our communities and then decide to do something about them. The dedicated women selected as this year's recipients of Harlequin's More Than Words award have cha
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Published April 1st 2011 by Harlequin Special Releases
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The story itself was not that well written but absolutely loved the subject matter. It is a fictional story to promote Literature for All of Us brings the rewards of reading and writing through book group discussions to teen parents and other young people in underserved neighborhoods. They create communities of readers, poets, and critical thinkers and develop family literacy by providing children’s literature and child development resources to teen parents.

A short story about Calla, a single mother, who struggles with her son's wayward girlfriend. Fortunately the principal of the alternative school is also her neighbor (& quite attractive) and involves her the school's book club which reaches out to troubled teens. A predictable read, but a good diversion.
Alexis Villery
Daffodils in Spring almost made me change all my assumptions and skepticism about novellas. The theme of this short new read is new beginnings. New beginnings in romance and new beginnings in life. This story is a complete story in itself. It doesn't tackle too many issues and the conflict isn't superficial. It handles time well so it is easy to forget that it is quite short. The characters were believable and surprisingly well-developed. It's a little too PG for my tastes. I wanted a bit more s ...more
Very touching story!
 Gigi Ann
"Daffodils in Spring" is another Novella that was a freebie from 'Harlequin More Than Words'. The theme of this short story is new beginnings in romance, and new beginnings in life. The story is a complete story in itself. It doesn't deal with too many issues and the characters grow as the story unfolds . It moves right along, over about an 8 or 9 month period, making it is easy to forget that it is a short novella. It has light "G" rated romance.

I enjoyed this story and awarded it 3*** It is a
Great story... Just too short
Harlequin More Than Words... a novella inspired by a real life woman.

Just goes to show you that reading is always important.
I feel that this story could've been written into a full length novel. So much was just cut short.
Ended a tad quickly for my tastes.

Overall still a good read.
Cute story, great subject but nothing more.
This was a great short story, I wish that it would have been longer and we would have gotten to know the characters alot better. I loved the whole story in general.
Hope Flynn
Way too short. Ok Story. Another Nook Freebie. Not really excited about it. I actually just wanted to read it and check it off my list.
Cute short story. again took awhile to get into then it was over. showed compassion, uplifting without judgemen
Good story. Short, more detail would have made it better. For a free book it was worth reading for an hour.
Perfect short story of inspiration and a little romance. Very happy to read this story.
Short but sweet story shedding light on the Literacy For All of Us program.
Cute short story. Kept me interested, enjoyed the chharacters..
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