From the minute they lock eyes in a club, sparks fly. Wendy saunters over to start a conversation, that’s cut short when Jim is wheeled away by his friend. When Wendy discovers he’s in a wheel chair she’s intrigued, rather then turned off. A fact that stuns Jim when she makes contact with his friend and trainer, Grady.
I loved that Wendy went the extra mile to show him his missing leg didn’t bother her, but some of her forward actions made me uncomfortable, ie: showing up at his physical therapy session. It took me out of the story, and for that reason I had to go with a four star instead of five.
Ms. Steele wove humor, emotion, and romance into forty three pages. She didn’t glaze over the issues, which lent to its realism. The pace was spot on. I’d recommend this to anyone looking for a wonderful sweet romance with a bit of heat.