RELEASE BLITZ – Parallel by Elizabeth O’Roark

Title: Parallel
Series: Parallel Duet #1
Author: Elizabeth O’Roark
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Release Date: June 13, 2019


Time is a cruel thiefโ€ฆunless you can steal it back.

As a neurologist, Nick Reilly believes everything can be explained by science.
But he canโ€™t explain herโ€”Quinn Stewart, an irresistible patient who knows things about him she shouldnโ€™t. And insists that at some point, she was his wife. 

Something else he canโ€™t explain: he remembers her too.

Quinn wakes each morning remembering new details of the life they shared. Sheโ€™s desperate for the dreams to stop. With each one, she finds herself craving what she had with Nick more than the lifeโ€”and the fiancรฉโ€”she already has.

Nick and Quinn share an attraction neither can deny, but one that might destroy everything.

Just like it did before.


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We walk into the house and I watch her face, hoping, praying, for a reaction. Some memory that will provide an answer we need.
Her mouth curves downward. โ€œItโ€™s just like walking into the home of your favorite childhood friend as an adult. Familiar, but meaningless. Why the hell did I ever think seeing it might heal a brain tumor? I was expecting miracles.โ€
I return and find my hands wrapping around her arms, forcing her to meet my eye. โ€œWho says it would have to be a miracle?โ€ I ask. โ€œWe canโ€™t explain anything thatโ€™s happening. But there was a time when people couldnโ€™t explain the change in seasons, or sunlight, or gravity. It doesnโ€™t mean there wasnโ€™t an explanation. It just meant it hadnโ€™t been discovered. Why should this be any different?โ€
She looks away, pressing her lips together. โ€œBut the tumorโ€”you donโ€™t actually believe we can stop it.โ€
I tip her chin up, feeling a little desperate. She canโ€™t start losing hope now. I need her to keep fighting until we find a solution. โ€œDo I think itโ€™s unlikely this can fix the tumor? Yeah. But your tumor is also unlike anything Iโ€™ve ever seen. And how could I say it was impossible anyway? Every day, you and I are witnessing the impossible. Weโ€™re having the same dreams, for Godโ€™s sake. You know things you couldnโ€™t possibly know, and from the moment I met you, it felt like you wereโ€ฆโ€
โ€œIt felt like I was what?โ€
โ€œMine,โ€ I reply.
The awkwardness of that word washes over us both. Iโ€™ve never called anyone mine in my life, and she is with someone else. But I also know what I said was right. She is meant to be mine, and somehow today I need to convince her of that.

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Releasing June 27, 2019


Author Bio

Elizabeth O’Roark lives in Washington DC with her three childrenโ€”Jack, Lily and Patrickโ€”and attempts to write when not driving a child to sports or answering questions about the next meal and the whereabouts of batteries/phone chargers/Halloween candy. A former medical writer, she has bachelorโ€™s degrees in journalism and psychology from the University of Texas, and a masterโ€™s in counseling psychology from the University of Notre Dame. She really hasnโ€™t used any of her degrees, and wishes sheโ€™d invested all that tuition in Apple stock instead.

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