(W)hole

Summary:
Elizabeth has lived a quiet and sheltered life, but she has a problem and she doesn’t know where it came from.  She is only attracted to men with physical disabilities.  Stewart was a pro surfer before a failed rescue attempt left him paralyzed from the waist down.  He came to Massachusetts to leave behind his past.  When they meet, Elizabeth and Stewart begin a relationship based on secrets.  Inevitably the truth is uncovered and they both must learn how to accept the broken parts in themselves and each other.

Awards:
-The synopsis won an honorable mention from the Byline Novel Synopsis contest

-The book was an award finalist in the romance category of the USA Book News’s National Best Books Awards in 2009

-The book won an honorable mention in the Fiction category of Writer’s Digest International’s 17th Annual Self-published Book Awards

Praise:

“What a fantastic writer you are. You had me hooked by the end of the second paragraph…I’ve never been able to identify so completely with a female character until now.”

“I read the book in 24 hours (on and off, obviously) and completely loved it. I’m so sad it isn’t longer.”

“I found much of it compelling. I was drawn to the main character Elizabeth and was very interested in her character development. It enabled me to understand sexual development in young women better. It was also an obvious pro disability rights text which I very much appreciated…The bottom line is your book made me think for sure. For that, I extend a very big thank you.”

 

 

 

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