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I write romance-packed novels for Mills & Boon, and my latest hero, the gorgeous, glamorous, gold-medal-winning Mauro, also happens to use a wheelchair.

I didn’t set out to write a hero with a disability.

Ellie Darkins is a romance author who has been published by Mills and Boon, Crimson Romance and Harlequin Books.

Her latest book, ‘Holiday with the Mystery Italian’, features a disabled business tycoon as the romantic lead.

I always envisioned my hero as someone who is up for any challenge and any adventure, and it was when I started digging into why he was like this, it became clear to me that he had had some sort of accident in the past that made him not want to miss out on anything in life.

An absorbing and romantic Quick Read from the Sunday Times bestselling author. She can't imagine ever loving anyone the way she loves Nick.

She was obsessed with meeting her own Prince Charming until she grew up and realised real life doesn't work like that. They've been together four years now and Laura knows that what really matters is the two of them, not everything else around them.

From international favorite and bestseller Harriet Evans, the charming sequel to beloved novel A Hopeless Romantic that asks the question: Do you believe in happy endings? She was obsessed with meeting her own Prince Charming until she grew up and realized real life doesn’t work like that.

I don't know why I thought this short story would magically pull together the things that bugged me about Hopeless Romantic, but I really did. I actually like Laura better this time around, but Nick is just blah. I thought the characters were well rounded and interesting before. Basically, this just didn't give me enough and what it did give me was flat and trite.

romantic hero straight from a fairytale, with a grand country estate and a family tree to match.

Now, though, people are openly asking when they'll hear wedding bells, and Nick is keeping secrets from Laura.

They were just hollowed out shells in this short story. I mean it's great that we actually see the happily ever after, don't get me wrong, but it actually seemed more like the outline for their happily ever after and that left me cheated. I almost wish I could go back to my own ending for the story. I love Harriet Evans and really loved A Hopeless Romantic - the story of Laura and Nick. It is fun to reconnect to them and see how they are getting along now.

There was quite a bit of potential for a full length novel here that might have been spectacular. They’ve been together four years now and Laura is starting to feel she might not be good enough for his family. I loved this little extension to her 2005 novel, A Hopeless Romantic.

She's starting to feel she might not be 'good enough' for his family.

Can an ordinary girl like Laura make it work with one of the most eligible men in the country?