Guru's Grace

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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*
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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: ruth gichuru on April 30, 2018 :
Lovely short story .
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Review by: Michener 78 on April 19, 2014 :
Enjoyable short story, I wish it was longer. Different type of perspective than the usual stories I read.
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Review by: heatherbartley on Oct. 9, 2012 :
This short story is nice, but it ends too abruptly. I liked "Home Land" by the same author much better.
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