Stewart's Story

Rated 2.50/5 based on 2 reviews
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. More
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About Ruth Madison

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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Review by: Neffy90 on April 8, 2015 :
I liked this but I sort of wanted more. I found the family dispute hard to care about as I wasn't invested enough in the characters involved.

I think as a longer piece this could be great but for me it was too short containing too much drama/complicated relationships for me to engage properly.
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Review by: hrhsophia on July 26, 2012 :
Poignant and reflective, a good read.
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