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Three bestselling authors
Three real-life heroines

Each of us can effect change. In our own unique ways, we can all make the world a better place. We need only to take that first step, do that first good deed and the ripple effect will be life- changing to so many. Three extraordinary women who were compelled to take that first leap and make a difference have been chosen as
Paperback, 384 pages
Published February 26th 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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Where Dreams Begin is a Harlequin More Than Words book. It features authors Sherryl Woods, Christina Skye and Pamela Morsi. This program “celebrates three women each year for their compassionate dedication to those who need it most, and donates $15,000 to each of their chosen causes.” Each of the three stories were written specifically to honor their causes and their work. This program is definitely a worthy one and I am proud to have purchased this book which the proceeds of will go to the Harl ...more
Jennifer Lynn
I like some romances but haven't read harlequin in years. This book was one that made me want to reevaluate that though. While they were romances, the book was short stories written by three different authors. What made this book special though was each story was based on a charity in the United States. Also the charity was not some big name one, but ones that people have came up with to help people and managed to expand through the years. My favorite one was based on a woman's charity that set ...more
Robin Brennan
Was lent this book with glowing recomendations. Unfortunately it did not live up to the hype. This is a series of stories by 3 authors highlighting different not-for-profit service organization that help people. The first is an organization that assists lower income teenagers attend their HS prom. The story line is predictible, but the insight was interesting. The second featured an organization that assists the elderly to be able to stay in their own homes. This was a fiasco. It barely touched ...more
Patricia Solla
These More Than Words anthologies are amazing. This isn't the first one I've read and after a bit of research I've found that there are more that I missed and will attempt find and read. If you haven't read one of them I recommend finding one and reading it. The writing format for these books is that the reader is introduced to a real person, event, charity, etc. and then the author writes a story that relates to the situation. For instance, in this More Than Words, Black Tie and Promises is wri ...more
As an avid reader, the true story about an ordinary woman making the extraordinary decision to share her love of reading with the underprivileged was inspiring. There is a touch of romance in each story, it is harlequin after all, but it is so much more. Each volume I read of "more than words" makes me want to read the next so that I can learn about these real life women changing lives.
not a big fan of the short stories
Nice inspirational stories.
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With two other careers to her credit before becoming a novelist and four states in which she's lived for extended periods of time, Sherryl Woods has collected friends and memories, along with way too much unnecessary junk.

"The friends are the only things I've brought with me through the years that really matter," she says. "I could probably live without one more chintz teacup, another tin-litho sa
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