The Taste of Air
USA Today Bestseller by Gail Cleare

“This is that kind of book, one so real and important that it bears at least a second reading - after the first sinks in.”
~Grady Harp, San Francisco Review of Books
(Amazon Top 100 Reviewer - 5 Stars)



When Mary Reilly turns up in a hospital hundreds of miles from the senior community where she lives, Nell and Bridget discover their mother has been hiding a secret life for over forty years. She has a lakeside cottage in Vermont and a set of complex relationships with people her daughters have never met.

Nell is a carpool mom and corporate trophy wife who yearns for a life of her own. Bridget is a glamorous interior designer who transforms herself for every new man, always attracted to the bad ones. Mary was an army nurse in Vietnam, then married handsome navy pilot Thomas Reilly and lived happily ever after…or did she?

As the two sisters delve deeper into their mother's past, it leads them to question their own lives. Her refuge becomes the gateway to change for all three women.

“My first thought after finishing The Taste of Air was that this was an incredibly satisfying novel. ”
~Bibliotica (5 STARS)

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The Taste of Air


2 Readers' Favorite
Book Awards in 2017:
book & audio book

Somerset Awards
Finalist


USA Today Bestseller
Sept.& Jan., 2017

“Cleare deftly explores the consequences of our choices, even those made with the best of intentions. A family saga bridging decades and filled with shocking revelations, hope and love, you won't be able put this book down.” 

~Kate Moretti,  
NY Times bestselling author

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DESTINED
a novel of the Tarot


“Destined…celebrates the diversity of different cultures and the strength of women. It is also a reminder that we have the power in our own hands to change our lives. …I enjoyed the relaxed pace of the story and, while it lasted, it was nice to lie down somewhere at the end of a busy day and spend some time with the cast of this book. It's a story I would recommend if you need something to lift you up, to inspire you, and to entertain you at the same time.”

—Kim Anisi for Readers’ Favorite

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A sweet (YA/NA/Adult) romance,
set against a mystical coming-of-age journey.

Emily Ross attracts spirits, has prophetic visions and can sense people's thoughts. She's learned to hide her strange talents and leads a lonely existence, until she takes a job at the mystical curio shop owned by elderly occult scholar, Henry Paradis. He teaches Emily to accept her magical nature. She sets out to create the path to happiness, guided by the Tarot's Higher Arcane, the twenty-two cards known as “the Fool's Journey.” When Emily falls for sexy international antique dealer Tony Novak, who claims to adore her, she struggles to find the courage to trust him. Tony says she can steer the future with her thoughts. Will Emily succeed at making her dreams come true?

Publishers Weekly says:

"Each chapter of this unassuming novel is illustrated with a card from the tarot, and the contents of each section are loosely related to the meaning of the corresponding card. Cleare’s narrative follows Emily, a young woman on a path of self-realization and awakening.... Readers already interested in the tarot and its uses for divination will enjoy Cleare’s serious meditations on the meanings of the cards, and the way the tarot plays out in Emily’s life. What’s more, Cleare offers a little bit of self-help and a little bit of chick lit, packaged together with a positive, make-your-own-destiny message: a pleasant, comforting read."

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