Release Day: Troubled Souls by Genevieve Scholl

Troubled Souls

By: Genevieve Scholl

Genre: Romantic Mystery

Release Day Blitz: April 15th (103rd Anniversary of the

sinking of the Titanic was one of the most shocking tragedies in history.
Rosalee has always had a strange fascination with the whole thing. She never
understood why she was so curious about the ship, the passengers, and the
sinking… Until she visited an artifact exhibit in Las Vegas, and started having
dreams of being a passenger on the ship in 1912.
she finds out which passenger she is portraying in these visions, she does some
research and finds out that not only is the woman buried nearby, but she also
has a striking resemblance to her.
she has a million questions, and the only thing that can help her get the
answers is the spirit of the passenger… And possibly the handsome Historian in
a suit.
snapped his head back at Rosalee’s question. The doctor hadn’t said there was
any possibility of amnesia, but he guessed that was why they kept people for
observation. Bradley could only hope it was temporary. After pressing the
nurse’s button, he gently sat on the edge of the bed and carefully grabbed
Rosalee’s hand in his, making lazy circles on the top with his thumb. He didn’t
want to say anything for fear of jarring her memory and causing some kind of
nurse walked in to the room and smiled when she saw that Rosalee was awake.
“How are you feeling, Rosalee?” she asked sweetly.
winced at the mention of her name, and looking down at Rosalee’s creased brow.
Rosalee?” she questioned. “My name is Emily,” she added.
nurse—whose name was Daphne, according to her badge—looked between Rosalee and
Bradley in confusion. “She seems to be suffering a little amnesia,” he told
her. “Is it a cause for concern?”
smile reappeared, though it wasn’t as cheerful as the last time. “It’s possible
with any head injury, of course; though we weren’t expecting it with such a
minor bump. But that’s why we keep people in for 24-hour observation.” She
moved a chair close to the bed and took a seat. “After I gather a bit of
information and check her vitals, I’ll have the doctor stop by to talk to you.”
Bradley nodded, and Daphne turned to Rosalee. “Are you up for a few questions?”
She nodded, and Daphne pat her hand before continuing. “Now, Emily,” she paused
as she smiled at Rosalee. The use of the name made Rosalee visibly relax, and
Brad sighed … she really did believe her name was Emily, “do you know your last
she answered immediately.
nodded, and wrote on the paper she held. “Do you know why you’re in the
Rosalee shook her
head. “The last thing I remember is standing on the ship.”
“What ship?”
Bradley asked gently.
“The Titanic, of


the Author:
just a small town girl with a heart for the country life. I’m very shy and
pretty much a loner, but my writing helps me be more outgoing and talk to
various people that I would otherwise have a hard time approaching. I don’t
write for the money or the fame, but rather to tell a story that needs to be
told; whether that is my story or a character’s story. As a lot of people know,
from my various interviews, I started writing to express my anger and hurt over
the bullying that I experienced in High School, but eventually I just realized
that I loved to tell stories. I was born in Texas, grew up and still live in
Upstate New York, and want to retire in Ireland.
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