Magical Realism / Romance – Destined: a novel of the Tarot

Destined a novel of the TarotDestined: a novel of the Tarot
By Gail Cleare
ISBN: 978-1461007760
ASIN: B00408AN4G
Genre: Fiction, Romance, Chick-Lit, Magical Realism, Metaphysical Fiction, Visionary Fiction, Coming of Age
Formats Available For Review – mobi, epub

The USA Today Bestselling author delivers “a positive, make-your-own-destiny message: a pleasant, comforting read.” —Publishers Weekly.

Emily Ross attracts spirits and can sense people’s thoughts, but hides it from the world until she takes a job managing the curio shop owned by elderly occult scholar Henry Paradis. He urges Emily to embrace her magical nature, and to use divination to look forward. She sets out to create the path to happiness, guided by the famous “Fool’s Journey” described by the Tarot’s mystical Higher Arcane. When Emily meets international antiques dealer Tony Novak, who seems to adore her, she struggles to find the courage to trust him. Tony says that together, they can steer the future with their thoughts. Will Emily make her dreams come true?

Illustrated by images from the Payen Tarot of Marseilles (1713), which is the oldest surviving Tarot deck.

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