In Perceived Love, Nateâ€™s friend is a Tarot reader. Nateâ€™s a psychic but he doesnâ€™t use tools to predict or perceive someoneâ€™s future. He dreams images and events, but when he wants further insight into one of his dreams he goes to Sabrina and seeks her advice through the cards.
I took Tarot classes this last year so I could learn more about the cards and their symbols. Iâ€™m a believer that fate can be changed by individual choice but there are energies at work that bring in opportunities for transformation and change.
I loved learning about Tarotâ€™s rich history and ancient and arcane symbolism. Itâ€™s a great tool for developing intuition, that all-knowing insight we all have but most of the time ignore.
I have two scenes in my book where my characters are getting readings. I actually read the cards for the questions my characterâ€™s asked and used them in the scenes! Not that Iâ€™m an expert, but I consulted a friend and a couple of my favorite books on the subject. And of course, the book is fiction!
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Edgy, erotic, sexy man-love romance.
Thatâ€™s what gets me going in the morning! Once I wrote my first gay romance, I was hooked. Now I get to write about two sexy men as my heroes instead of one. How fun is that! What inspires me – the reality that romance between lovers is a hope more than a guarantee. My stories are an eclectic mix of contemporary and paranormal, but it is always romance that drives the story to its final happily-ever-after.