There isn’t enough fiction out there with characters who have disabilities. Ruth Madison aims to fix that.
After years of combing through the dusty back shelves of libraries looking for her elusive, imperfect hero, she started writing her own.
Ruth’s romantic tales are full of wounded heroes: men physically challenged by life, but not defeated. These men overcome the difficulties of amputation, paralysis, or cerebral palsy to find acceptance, happiness, and heroines who love them exactly as they are.
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Dylan Sinclair wants a future in music, but he feels held back by being in a wheelchair. In a moment of desperation he hatches a plan to have his brother, who can't sing at all, impersonate him.
Sumitra's parents have brought her to India in the hopes that visiting a guru will help get her married.
Single and twenty-nine, Sumitra has never told her parents that she struggles with a very particular attraction.
Is it possible that the guru knows? Is he able to see into her soul and bring her the man of her dreams?
*This is a short story of 4,000 words*
When Priyanka travels to America for an arranged marriage, she finds out why her groom accepted her bad horoscope and poor family.
Stewart returns home to face his past and make up for his mistakes, but he soon discovers that everyone wants something from him. In particular, he doesn't trust the motives of his ex-girlfriend's flirty attention.
Dev Dreams, Volume One
A collection of short love stories featuring physically disabled heroes. They are stories of love like you hope it will be, the way you expect it when you arrive in the grown-up world ready to make it yours.