Beautiful. there's no other way to describe this extraordinary book. I've been searching for romance books with people having disablities, and found a gem in a million. About loving inspite of disabilities, this book touches the chord of the true meaning of love and romance. Keely, an olympic runner involved in an accident, is determined to continue her career inspite of the odds, and she doesn't intend to stop until she has a gold medal. So she goes to her old coach, Mac, to help with her rehab, and meets him after many years. But she's shocked to discover that he's crippled for life in a wheelchair. Their old attraction flames to life, but with a small obstacle....the disabilities of Mac. While's she unsure how to treat him and ends up fumbling and hurting his feelings, he thinks the relationship is doomed since he cannot lead a normal life doing basic things, like controlling his bladder or making love, and is embarassed a lot. But in the end love triumphs, and after a lot of trials and tribulations, they do indeed live happily ever after. The characters are truly lovable, especially Mac, and like the cover blurb says, you are really lucky is you read this book. The tears and laughter are sure to flow with this book. And not only is the roamnce wonderful, it also provides insight about how the disabled really live.