All people deserve happy endings. These romance books feature main characters with visible and invisible disabilities, and for the most part, happy endings for all.
Chloe Liese writes books reflecting her belief that everyone deserves a love story. Her stories often have characters who are neurodivergent like herself and tend to be opposites attract, slow-burn romances.
Helen Hoang's books feature characters who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, inspired by her own diagnosis in 2016. There are three books in the series, and all can be read as standalones with different main characters in each.
The first book in Talia Hibbert's The Brown Sisters series features Chloe Brown, a chronically ill computer geek who comes up with a plan to help herself "get a life" after a close call with death.
Can't Escape Love is a novella in Alyssa Cole's Reluctant Royals series. Main character Regina Hobbs is a successful businesswoman who uses a wheel chair. Both love interests are neurodiverse.
Tia Williams' newest novel features Eva Mercy, a single mom and bestselling writer living with chronic pain.
The first novel in Karla Sorensen's Love at First Sight series is a friends-to-lovers romance featuring characters who meet on their wheelchair basketball team.
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