Different cover, but the same good content. Edifying, uplifting and encouraging to women trying to make a difference in this world, who maybe don't think they, personally, are. It gives me hope that I might actually be making a difference, even if I can't see it.
I got this book because I wanted to read Debbie Macomber's story called "What Amamda Wants" which connected with her Blossom Street series. It is a story about a teen-aged girl who finds out the cancer she had when she was much younger has come back in her senior year. This story takes a look at the different challenges teens dealing with cancer face. Hospitals are set up for children, where clowns visit the kids, or adults where it is really quiet. This story and all the others are based on real women who started real charities who have made a difference to the people who need them in their community. The other stories were all romance stories but weren't horrible. Some of the stories were good and some were okay. The last one actually made me cry and that doesn't happen very often. Each story is a quick read and worth the time. Run a bath, grab a drink and read a short story.
I got this to read Debbie Macomber's Story What Amanda wants which is part of a series. I enjoyed it every much as well as all the other stories. Women making a difference in this world. It is full of hope that we have a mission if we look for it in our everyday lives.