Cassandra Visconti’s surname traces back to one of the first tarot decks. The Visconti-Sforza tarot cards, created in the 1440s and used in parlor games, symbolically convey Judeo-Christian faith teachings. Hundreds of years later, the occult claimed the decks. Although Cassandra feels haunted by a phantom “tarot ghost” to tell the world about tarot’s pathway to God, as a Catholic, she feels she should avoid the decks commonly associated with fortune telling. Hired by a famous TV personality, Jared Ashbel, to research tarot and present her findings on a segment of his Fact or Truth series she faces tests to her Christian faith, struggles with her passion for playboy Jared, and has opportunities to discover her true self.