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Cast the Cards

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For over 250 years, the use of the tarot for divination has been a mainstay of mystical and occult practices. The themes and forces represented by the cards are said to govern our lives and our destinies. Whether you believe that or not, the story of the cards is nevertheless the story of our lives -- the accomplishments and the pitfalls, the path from soaring joy to ...more
Paperback, 162 pages
Published October 31st 2010 by Storm Moon Press LLC (first published October 27th 2010)
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Elisa Rolle
Probably the most interesting thing of this anthology are the “unexpected pair”; the editor chose to give a taste to the reader of all possible combination of same sex relationships, also the more uncommon (uncommon at least in the Gay Romance world). And odd enough, since it’s usually not my favourite genre, the one I probably liked best is the contemporary lesbian romance by Emily Moreton.

Burn the Brightest by Emily Moreton (F/F): I really liked this story that is probably the first lesbian r
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Bending The Bookshelf
May 20, 2011 Bending The Bookshelf rated it liked it
Shelves: lesbian, gay, bisexual
Admittedly, I don’t know much about the world of the tarot, but I love the idea of using the cards as a jumping-off point for the stories included here. Fortunately, we’re provided with a little blurb about each tarot card, providing us with just enough information to understand the deeper themes of each story, but not so much as to overwhelm the plot.

Strangely enough, while it was the pair of lesbian romances (Emily Moreton’s Burn the Brightest & Marie Carlson’s Blazing Star) that demanded
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Elizabeth Reeve
This review originally posted on my site here.

This one has been on my list for ages, because it has one of my buddy Marie Carlson's stories in it. And it's a story that I didn't see any part of during the draft phases (unusual, for us), so I was looking forward to a nice surprise. I loved it, predictably. "Blazing Star" has had favorable mention in many reviews, for very good reason. Marie has a talent for writing short stories that are self-contained and satisfying, but take place inside what i
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A.F. Henley
Jul 12, 2011 A.F. Henley rated it liked it
A very fine collection of short stories... at least two of which I could have seen as full length novels.
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