Author Jim Provenzano, whom I sometimes work with at San Francisco's Bay Area Reporter (Provenzano is the nightlife editor), is a hopeless romantic. He's also a staunch advocate for people with disabilities. In his 2012 novel "Every Time I Think of You," he chronicled the tender love story of Reid and Everett, two young men who fall deeply in love during the late 1970s. Everett, a paraplegic, is confined to a wheelchair, while Reid is fully able-bodied. The boys also come from opposite sides of the tracks — Everett is from a wealthy and influential family while Reid's parents are working-class.