Maryann drew in a deep breath. She knew from past experience that Nadia always took her time analyzing the entire card layout as a whole; however, today the minutes seemed interminably long. She felt an overwhelming need to speak. “There’s so much I need to tell you.”

Nadia nodded to indicate she heard Maryann, but she didn’t answer. Instead, she reached for the third pile of cards and turned them face-up next to those already on the table. All the while, she stared at the Knight of Swords, willing him to tell her what she desired to know. Then a new and telling card appeared next to the Knight’s group of cards, it was the Ten of Cups, and right next to that one, the Temperance Card.

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