Paranormal Romance, Romance
Published: April 2021
Publisher: Applied Divination
FREE on Kindle Unlimited
About the Book:
Despite being a skilled fortune teller, Faith is unable to predict what will become of her floundering occult shop, Faye’s Fortunes. Between apologizing to her disappointed business partner, struggling to pay the bills, and dealing with a surprise eviction from her apartment, she’s barely able to put one foot in front of the other, let alone predict a customer’s future. If she had any customers, that is!
When she awkwardly stumbles over a sidewalk crack, the help of a friendly construction worker seems much more embarrassing than fated. Then his girlfriend showing up confirms for Faith that it was just another clumsy fall, not a sign.
But when worlds start to collide and Faye’s Fortunes reveals a dark secret about Jasper’s relationship, will their fates prove to be destined, or doomed?
"Speaking of pavement," Faye sang, as if their conversation had never strayed from the broken sidewalk, "let me see what kind of damage was done out there."
"Dressed like that?" Charlotte eyed her conspicuously.
For a darkened fortune telling sanctuary, Faye was perfectly, majestically adorned. But for a bright Saturday morning on the streets of Fallstaff, Missouri, she was extremely out of place.
She faked a commanding bellow, "I am the all-knowing oracle of a divination shop, and I declare that walking outside to survey my lands shall invoke the great spirit to send customers my way." Her robes danced as though an invisible breeze had struck only her.
Truthfully, a small twist of her wrists shifted the fine robe material just enough to make it look like a mysterious wind had caught it.
Charlotte had seen this trick done many times before. She shook her head and retorted, "alright then, magic lady. You go outside and use your psychic powers to create some customers. I'm going to prep my massage table. Maybe if I sprinkle it with extra love I can invoke the spirits to send me some customers, too."
"Watch it with the love sprinkling," Faye teased, "we run a clean business here."
Faye danced herself over to the shop door and whisked it open with another fake flourish designed to entertain Charlotte.
She almost danced right into Kelsey, who stood prepped with her hand ready to grab the door handle.
Kelsey's jaw drop could have hit the already busted pavement. She gushed, "how'd you know I was here?"
Although startled, Faye composed herself quickly and lowered her voice, "I know everything." She stepped backward into the shop and waved her robed arm, "Please, do come in again my child."
Out of the corner of her eye, Faye caught Charlotte shaking her head as she ducked into her massage studio. Faye didn't need to be a psychic to know there was an eyeroll, too.
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