These books feature heros that are disabled and are available from the Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library catalog.
Annie Trimble is deaf.
Ace Keegan limps and has a crooked smile caused by a beating when he was a child.
Bethany Coulter is a paraplegic.
Dancing with Clara
Clara Danford is handicapped and considered plain.
Lady Emily Marlowe is deaf.
Anna Corbett is deaf.
Victoria Albermarle is partially lame.
Candle in the Window
Hero/heroine are both blind.
Robin Lee Hatcher
Drake Rutledge has lost an eye.
Never Love a Cowboy
Harrison Bainbridge becomes crippled.
An Infamous Army
Col. Charles Audley suffered the loss of an arm.
Sophie O'Neill has a limp.
Erik has severe birth defects.
The Prince of Midnight
S. T. Maitland suffers from Vertigo and is Deaf.
Jill Marie Landis
Noah LeCroix has lost an eye and is scarred.
Once a Princess
Prince Stefan Barany has facial scars as a result of being attacked by a wolf.
Out of the Blue
Teacher Anna Bolles has multiple sclerosis.
The Rake and the Reformer
Mary Jo Putney
Reginald Davenport is an alcoholic.
Silk & Shadows
Mary Jo Putney
Lady Sara St. James is lame.
Jared Ryder has an eye patch.
Gideon Westbrook is disfigured.
Agatha Downing injured a hip as a child, and limps as a result.
A head wound leaves Trey Hawthorne disabled.
The Color of Love
Mark Leland is guilt-ridden about the car accident that has blinded painter Judith Blake, forever barring her from her chosen career, and from the world of color.
Never Doubt I Love
Peregrine Crawford has an artificial limb.
A Rose in Winter
Lord Saxton wears a heavy oddly shaped boot on one foot, limps, and wears a leather mask over his face.
For Your Eyes Only
Blind Jenny Larkin becomes a possible witness in her best friend's murder.