A Fortunate Teller Maria Rattray

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Published: September 13th 2014

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A Fortunate Teller  by  Maria Rattray

A Fortunate Teller by Maria Rattray
September 13th 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: | 6.42 Mb

As far as Brad was concerned, he and Allie had the perfect marriage, that was, until the night when she arrived home in a temper that augured badly for both of them. Eventually she tells him that she has plans to change her career, plans that open aMoreAs far as Brad was concerned, he and Allie had the perfect marriage, that was, until the night when she arrived home in a temper that augured badly for both of them. Eventually she tells him that she has plans to change her career, plans that open a floodgate of emotions for both of them.Brad, straight-laced, conservative and class-conscious is outraged by her having planned such a career change behind his back, but he’s also highly-embarrassed by the chicanery of it all.But Allie is strong and convinced that what she is doing can stand up to scrutiny.

She believes that, as a fortune teller she can change the course of people’s lives by giving them something to cling on to, some hope, when all around seems dark.“And, even if it is chicanery in a way, it’s also true that through psychic readings, many people have been able to move forward in their lives with some anticipation and hope that they might not otherwise have had.

I’ve even read about people whose terminal cancer has been cured.”Allie has no wish to deceive people. What she really believes is that she has the ability to turn people’s thinking around, perhaps have them seek help if necessary, heal their brokenness and build some independence.

Her job, as she sees it, is to lead her clients on a pathway of self-discovery.Brad, on the other hand, sees the whole thing as little short of deception, pseudo-science, as he calls it. Worse still, he’s outraged that she would be accepting money from people who are down on their luck, desperate, or both. Besides, his middle=class perspective on things means he is uncomfortable with the very notion of being married to a fortune teller.Find out how the two learn to come to terms with each other through an amazing serendipitous event that no-one could have predicted.



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