Series: Parallel Duet #1
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“But the tumor—you don’t actually believe we can stop it.” I tip her chin up, feeling a little desperate.
She can’t start losing hope now. I need her to keep fighting until we find a
solution. “Do I think it’s unlikely this can fix the tumor? Yeah. But your tumor
is also unlike anything I’ve ever seen. And how could I say it was impossible
anyway? Every day, you and I are witnessing the impossible. We’re having the
same dreams, for God’s sake. You know things you couldn’t possibly know, and
from the moment I met you, it felt like you were…”
both. I’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.
questions about the next meal and the whereabouts of batteries/phone chargers/Halloween candy. A former medical writer, she has bachelor’s degrees in journalism and psychology from the University of Texas, and a master’s in counseling psychology from the University of Notre Dame. She really hasn’t used any of her degrees, and wishes she’d invested all that tuition in Apple stock instead.