More Than Words by Mia Sheridan

More Than Words

No one lays open the heart and soul quite like New York Times bestselling author Mia Sheridan.The moment she met Callen Hayes, eleven-year-old Jessica Creswell knew he was a broken prince. Her prince. They became each other's refuge, a safe and magical place far from their troubled lives. Until the day Callen kissed her--Jessica's first real, dreamy kiss—and then disappeared from her life without a word.Years later, everyone knows who Callen Ha...

Details More Than Words

TitleMore Than Words
Release DateJun 12th, 2018
GenreRomance, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, New Adult

Reviews More Than Words

  • Cristina | CristiinaReads
    ➳Childhood friends, missing each other for years after growing apart, with the help of fate they are brought back together again in this heart-warming and fluttering romance novel by Mia… ➳Have you ever read the novels by an author that instantly you know you will forever start bawling your eyes out with tears of joy and sadness? My go to author in this category would one hundred percent have to be MIA SHERIDAN since all her novels always s...
  • KAS
    4.25 stars Oh, how I love an enticing prologue! I devoured this book in one day’s time.A friends to lovers romance is one of my favorite tropes. Callen and Jessica meet randomly at age 12, develop a friendship that only lasted two years. For reasons unknown to Jessica, Callen just up and disappears. Fast forward 10 years ...  And why should I be heartbroken? He owed me nothing. I had known him for only a brief span of time so long ago, when w...
  • jessica
    usually when i finish a book and i go to write a review/rate it, i attempt to be thorough and dissect it bit by bit. i try to evaluate how i felt about the writing, the characters, the plot, the pacing, etc. but i have found when it comes to contemporary romance novels, that all goes out the window. because the only thing i can focus on is how the book made me feel emotionally afterwards. its never the specific components but always how my heart ...
  • Jenny••Steamy Reads Blog••
    This book captured my attention and wouldn’t let it go. I got absorbed in Callen & Jessie’s world and I loved it. However, I will be honest I did start skimming the history writings after halfway about the ancient writings Jessie was working on. I was too enraptured in finding out how Callen & Jessie’s story played out. Callen is a troubled, lost soul that drowns his pain and numbs his mind in alcohol and women to forget his abusive upbring...
  • Chelsea Humphrey
    "Live fiercely and without regret."I have a feeling the above quote will be a popular one among readers, and I've seen quite a few early reviews include it in their thoughts, but it's hard to find another phrase that sums up the overall feel of More Than Words quite as well. I've heard all the buzz surrounding one of the author's previous novels, Archer's Voice, and knew I needed to jump on the opportunity to read this one to see what was up. ...
  • Pavlina Read more sleep less blog❤❤
    4,5-5 STARS More than Words was exactly what I needed and even more!I devour it, I love the story from the beginning!It was brilliant,emotional and sweet!I loved the dual POV in this one so much because this makes the story more intimidate for me!This story is about Callen and Jessie who met when they were young and both came from families with problems.Together they have some good times but some circumstances tore them apart!Now they met again a...
  • Patty Belongs To Kellan~Jesse~Lautner~Miller~Jack~Racer~Rafe~Liam~Prince Nicholas~Hayes~Simon~Gianluca & Archer
    *****FOUR STARS*****{ARC Generously Provided by Author}My heart overflowed with the love I felt for him, the ease with which we talked about everything and nothing, and the magical feel of this weekend, in this village where fate had somehow delivered us. And though I’d given myself to him knowing it wouldn’t last, I allowed myself to pretend it might, just for now. Just for tonight.I love Mia Sheridan’s stories. They’re always heartfelt ...
  • ♡ Jeri's Book Attic ♡ the Romance Bibiliophile ♡
    I read Archers Voice and titled it “the most beautiful first kiss ever”...I read Leo and several others are also still on my reading list – so how could I not jump at the chance to review the latest book from Mia Sheridan ~ when already the first glimpse of the Blurb promised so much. “More Than Words” is just like its title ~ this book is more than its words. And just like other books before from this author it left me speechless. So I...
  • Dísir
    The blurb for ‘More of You’ was intriguing and given that there are some of Mia Sheridan’s work I do like, I have to say that this book tested my patience and crossed several personal boundaries for me: adultery and cheating, even though it’s probably Sheridan’s idea to show how far Callen had fallen before the journey of his redemption begins, with a girl whom he’d once shared some dreams with. From the start, I had the inkling that ...
  • Maria✦❋Steamy Reads Blog❋✦
    If you are a fan of "loved you since childhood" romances then check this one out. A very solid read!
  • Kat
    This was a really great romance between Jessie, a student of French who loves translating old documents, and Callum, the boy she meets in her teens and introduces to music, who grows up to be a world-famous composer. I loved their first meeting when they were young, and also the tension when they meet again as adults after a separation. This book had a great mix of tension and romance, with Callum facing writer’s block, and having lived a playb...
  • NMmomof4
    3.5 StarsOverall Opinion: This was an enjoyable read. Mia Sheridan is going to remain one of my go-to authors when I'm looking for a new book. She is great at giving us damaged characters with depth and making me feel for them! That being said, I don't think this is going at the top of my MS mental book list. It was enjoyable, I liked both characters, I felt...but something still felt missing. I wasn't completely consumed by this book like I've b...
  • Jemima
    Title: More Than Words Author: Mia Sheridan Genre: Romance Publication Date: June 12, 2018 There are absolutely no words to describe More Than Words except No one does it better than Mia Sheridan.More Than Words is insane.I strive to be honest so I will say that this book requires a little attention and a little will to read. Why you ask? Well, The book starts off strong.. half way to finishing the first chapter I'm like "YES! I can feel it! I f...
  • Holly
    DNF @ 33%Mia Sheridan is SO hit-or-miss for me, and this was a solid miss, unfortunately. I'm rating it 2 stars instead of 1 only in the off chance that the rest of the book somehow got better, but I just couldn't force myself to read any more of it. The book starts off with a prologue where the main characters meet as children, and then the first chapter starts 10 years later. Where they almost immediately meet again for the first time in a deca...
  •  Sonya ♕Chatterbooks book blog♕
    “No one ever makes me feel like you princess Jessie, no one ever will’.Most of All You is the most highly anticipated romance from Mia Sheridan and if you’re a fan of her previous work, then you’re expectations have to be extremely high. This author obviously knows what she’s doing when it comes to writing her stories, and even though she might seem to go the other direction with her storyline sometimes, she’s never far from trying to...
  • Betul
    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review**4.5 stars"Live fiercely and without regret."I am a huge fan of Mia Sheridan's writing and storytelling, I'll blindly one-click her books because I trust her to deliver great stories with even greater characters. The blurb gives you just enough to intrigue and capture your attention. I was addicted to this story from beginning until end. I absolutely loved how Jessie and Callen met. The...
  • Danielle ❤️ Pretty Mess Reading ❤️
    ***3 STARS***This was my first Mia Sheridan book and even though I'm only giving this one 3 STARS, I'm going to check out her other books. RTC. . .
  • Mandi Schreiner
    Most of All You, Sheridan's book published last year, is a favorite of mine. It made me feel all the feels. More Than Words was greatly anticipated, but it misses the mark. We meet Jessica and Callen as teenagers, they randomly meet one day at an abandoned train car, as they are both looking for escapism. Jessica's dad is a serial cheater and her mom falls apart each time. Callen's dad verbally abuses and shames him, so when they meet as stranger...
  • *TANYA*
    Lyrical!!! I was not into this book at first, not every book by Mia Sheridan can be a winner!? Right?? Nope, this was beautiful!! Super sweet.
  • Ramona
    Mia Sheridan will always be my favorite romantic author. I consider her complete as a person but also as an author, and because of this, her writing style was drafted in this way, to reflect her personality and qualities. “More than words” is a beautiful love story that throughout the second part it reminder me soooo much of Archer’s Voice, because it has similar elements and the same message that needed to be passed further on. I was very ...
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  • Amanda
    “Sometimes the beginning of love is just a simple matter of proximity.” MIA DOES IT AGAIN! I mean it you guys, she never ever fails at making me feel every single emotion. I didn’t even read the blurb to More Than Words because I knew I didn’t have to. What I got was a beautiful and heartbreaking modern day fairy-tale that was the best I have read yet!I was drawn to Jessie and Callen. From the moment I read the prologue I was invested in ...
  • Jessica (Angie & Jessica's Dreamy Reads)
    This was just.... wow. So good. So so so good. I have a confession. I've only read one Mia Sheridan novel prior to More Than Words. One. And after reading More Than Words, I'm both kicking myself and unbelievably anxious to go back and read all the beauty I've clearly missed. This story was everything I love in one book. It was both heartfelt and heartbreaking. It was angsty and emotional. It was SMART and so beautifully written. It was a story o...