It is a small, soft-backed book and deck of 30 cards in a flatish red box with hearts on the lid.
You might have seen this little package amongst the tarots at your favorite bookstore....
So did I, and as it was bargain priced, I finally snapped it up!
No regrets, either.
The cards are bright and colorful, with well-executed symbolism.
The artist, Jacqueline Mair, also offered her talent to the "Destiny Tarot."
Here's a look at the cards of "The Love Spell Box":
The paperback book is divided into sections, offering card spreads and spells, along with the expected card meanings and "getting started" stuff.
The book's writer, Gillian Kemp, keeps the system novice-friendly, while not patronizing.
The writing voice is laid back and accessible, with clear card meanings and a spell suggestion for each of the 30 cards.
I was looking for an oracle or tarot especially themed for love/romance questions, which is why I even glanced at this set.
I have enjoyed it for a couple of weeks now, and the readings have been spot-on.
If you know tarot, this system will be no problem to learn.
I am interested to hear from anyone else who has tried this deck.
I'll keep you posted if it's a keeper, too, LOL.