The use/belief in tarot cards as an extra resource for decisions is a central theme for Marlena Christie, an All That Woman who combines upper crust physical, intellectual, financial, and spiritual attributes. Vatche's tarot reading - and Marlena KNOWING Eddie is "the Universe delivered guy" - are part of her confidence in a reunion, and later, taking a bullet for her isn't just a philosophical notion for him. She did all things possible to put them together again, trust that he's the gratifying, 5-star version of the ex- so many want extra efforts to be worth. Stunned by the magical doorway appearance of a superstar Woman he's almost erased from memory, Edgar Allan 'Poe' Starkes recognizes the joyous opportunity this panther sleek Woman before him represents. Going with her flow - because he's a man smart enough to know Magnificent doesn't show up often - makes for terrific adventures. Watching her in poolside moonlight, he sees the physical her as "...only half the deal, (more) a jumping into knee-deep water holding mega-watt cable Woman, able to put a charge into whatever person or thing she decided to." She whips four Russians after their first dinner together, and there is lots of on-going sexuality - "Brave French maiden- dungeon - pirate LeSharque" is out there. Living the Good Life takes a tangent when Marlena introduces Eddie to tarot reading - an unusual part of her mental arsenal, a real edge. Does "the Universe smiling on her" make her paranormal? You'll see. Along with credibility in 'smarts-expertise' department, it makes her an estimable ally when it comes to art-thieving time. This socialite knows how to motivate - a 100m swim race with Eddie for a Maserati! When he recaps six weeks of together: learning conversational Italian, winning a celebrity doubles tennis match, trysting in unique locations without worrying how she knows about them, it's obvious Marlena did right returning his good karma to her life.