Henry and Sam Miller-Greene are living the dream. They love their careers — which afford each of them opportunities to travel to exotic locations — they love their home, Sam’s caring family, and each other. They disagree on the subject of adoption, but are fully committed to each other in marriage … ’Til Death Do Us Part.
The dream is shattered when Henry’s plane crashes, and he’s presumed dead. But four people — Henry, two other men, and a child — survive undetected on a remote, small, and insignificant island. Will Sam and Henry’s love be able to survive as well?
Henry fights to endure in harsh conditions, never knowing when disaster will strike. Sam struggles with his loss, but with help moves on with his life. Will Sam be able to put aside his new love when he reunites with Henry?
Length: 1hr 19mins
Revisiting the characters from ’Til Death Do Us Part, Henry and Sam Miller-Greene are enjoying life in the summer after Henry’s rescue from a small South Pacific island, where Henry and three others were marooned.Henry and Sam thought adopting Aiden—a child with whom Henry’d been stranded—would be smooth sailing. Matters are complicated by the public nature of their rescue that has turned the survivors into overnight celebrities. Anti-gay fueled animus rears its ugly head in the blogosphere, causing concerns over the impact libelous rumors might have on Aiden.Their nightmare separation behind them, Henry and Sam are anxious to renew both the intensity of their former intimacies—now hampered by having a curious and still apprehensive child sharing their home—and their commitment to one another.
Addison Albright lives in the middle of the USA with two peculiar cats. Her stories are gay (sometimes erotic) romance, and tend to be sweet man-love in contemporary settings. Her education includes a BS in Education with a major in mathematics and a minor in chemistry. Addison loves spending time with her family, reading, popcorn, boating, French fries, “open window weather,” cats, math, and anything chocolate. She loves to read pretty much anything and everything, anytime and anywhere.
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Happy Monday! Hope the week is off to a great start! Today we are excited to be a part of the review tour for Picture Winter by Amy Aislin! This is a feel-good m/m romance and I hope you’ll check out my review and the great giveaway too!
Cover Design: Melody Pond
Publisher: MLR Press
Length: 47,000 words approx.
Do something new today.
Why he looks at his horoscope every day, Elias Hood doesn’t know. It’s all garbage, and no nickel fortune ever helped him climb all the way up the corporate ladder. He’s about to make Vice President. Rocking the boat with “something new” is the last thing on his mind.
But there’s this guy.
Ty Green can make friends with a tree and Elias can’t help falling for his easy-going vibe and his perfect smile. He’s a fellow Capricorn, like Elias, but that’s as far as their similarities go. Ty works to live–he doesn’t live to work. When Elias takes his horoscope’s advice and asks Ty out, both men are in for a shock. But as Elias’s walls start to come down, they might just realize that they have more in common than they think. In fact, they might even want the exact same thing.
Who knows? Maybe horoscopes aren’t just trash after all.
Amy Aislin is becoming a go-to for a feel-good romance for me and Picture Winter is a perfect example of that. It’s that kind of story you pick up when you’re looking for a light, heartwarming book. Elias and Ty may share the same astrological sign but they don’t really share many of the same characteristics but that doesn’t mean they aren’t just meant to be!
Elias works hard at his job, hoping for a promotion to vice president. He may not love his job or be passionate about it, but it pays well, he’s been there for years and he’s moving up the ladder. When he meets city worker Ty after a trash mishap, Elias starts to see that there is more to life than work. Ty and Elias start a friendship that quickly turns into more, both men getting more than they expected when they met. But being with Ty means Elias needs to reevaluate how he views some things in life.
This was a fun read, I really liked both Ty and Elias! They are great characters, as different as can be but also perfect for each other. Elias is a bit cold but Ty and his hilarious family bring such a wonderful warmth to this story. Both of these guys have their hang-ups but I really loved how they worked through things together, sure they make mistakes but in the end these two really seem to understand how important their relationship really is. Another fun, sweet read that I enjoyed from start to finish that just left me happy!
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Amy started writing on a rainy day in fourth grade when her class was forced to stay inside for recess. Tales of adventures with her classmates quickly morphed into tales of adventures with the characters in her head. Based in the suburbs of Toronto, Amy is a marketer at a large environmental non-profit in Toronto by day, and a writer by night. Book enthusiast, animal lover and (very) amateur photographer, Amy’s interests are many and varied, including travelling, astronomy, ecology, and baking.
Happy Wednesday!! Guys I’ve posted about this beautiful story on our Facebook page recently, abut I just can’t say enough how good of a story it was! I got to meet the fabulous MC Decker this summer and I’m so happy to have now experienced her writing! I’m sharing my review and there’s a giveaway! So take a look, add it to your tbr or just go download it for $.99 right now!! Happy reading! ~Amber
Unforeseen by M.C. Decker
Genre: Standalone Contemporary Romance
Cover Design: Michele Catalano Creative
Photography: Perrywinkle Photography
Release Date: October 4, 2017
I always believed in fairy tales. So much so that I made a career out of them. As a wedding planner, I made it my goal to perfect everyone else’s happily-ever-after. I even believed in finding mine once, too, until one man left me alone and pregnant –crushing my dreams, and leaving me jaded.
I was living every man’s dream; I had the career I’d always wanted, my soulmate in my corner, an adorable daughter, and a son on the way. Everything was perfect until it wasn’t. A series of unforeseen events tragically altered my path. In the blink of an eye, I was left a widower and a single father of two.
I wasn’t seeking love again, but she found me. Now I just needed to break down her walls and help her fall.
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An absolutely beautiful story of second chance love. This was my first book from MC Decker, and I am totally in love with the characters she created in Blake and Cassidy. In UNFORESEEN you have a single dad in Blake, who found himself a widow after a drunk driver plows into his pregnant wife. Cassidy is a single mom to a sassy and adorable girl. Neither is looking for a relationship, but when they meet Blake knows she’s the one to bring him alive again.
Fraught with laughter, passion and oh so many tears. Decker definitely tore me apart from the start, and it was an emotional ride for certain! Blake was sure of his desire for Cass and I loved his flirting game and he could definitely dirty talk with the best! Cass was independent and smart, but still vulnerable in so many ways. Watching these two fight demons and insecurities to get to their happily ever after was all I could’ve hoped for! Just a lovely story!
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About the Author
M.C. Decker is the author of the Unspoken Series which includes the Unwritten Duet as well as the standalone novel, Love Entwined. She lives in a suburb of Flint, Michigan with her husband and spoiled-rotten Siamese cat, Simon. For the last decade, she has worked as a journalist for several community newspapers in Michigan’s Thumb region. She enjoys all things ’80s and ’90s pop culture: movies, boy bands, music and especially the color, hot pink. She also strictly lives by the motto, “Life is better in flip flops,” and is a diehard Detroit Tigers fan.
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We are so excited to be a part of the release tour for Show Me the Way by A.L. Jackson! This is my favorite A.L. Jackson book so far – swoony and beautiful! I hope you’ll check out my 5 Star review, plus there’s a fantastic giveaway you definitely don’t want to miss!
Show Me the Way
The first stand-alone novel in A.L. Jackson’s brand-new Fight for Me series…
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Happy weekend! Today we are excited to be a part of the release blitz for As Sure As The Sun (An Accidental Roots Novel #4) by Elle Keaton! I really enjoyed this story and am excited to share my review! We also have an awesome excerpt and giveaway too!
Length: 64,000 words
Cover Design: Cate Ashwood
Accidental Roots Series
The universe is trying to tell Sacha Bolic something. A fire escape collapses under him, he lands in crap, and a killer barely misses his target… all in the same few seconds. And that’s on top of a long list of mishaps and job dissatisfaction. Not one to ignore signals when they’re shoved in his face, Sacha retires and uses his savings to buy an old building in Skagit, Washington. With a little help from DIY videos, he’s going to bring it back to its former glory. And, yeah, it’s a metaphor. If he makes one change, others will follow…
Seth Culver avoids entanglements, romantic or otherwise. Who needs them? He’s learned the hard way that people betray you or leave. Still, Seth finds people compelling. He kind of collects them, learning their secrets before letting them go their own way. His commitment to no commitments may have met his match in Sacha. Handsome and hot, Sacha seems to offer a permanence that scares Seth more than anything ever has. Seth will have to decide if he’s going to grab it by the balls or keep watching from the sidelines.
The old building harbors a secret from the past. A box of inconsequential belongings hidden for decades hints at lives imagined but not lived, reminding them both there are no guarantees in love, or this thing called life.
A standalone in the Accidental Roots series.
4 – 4.5 Stars
I really enjoyed this story – from beginning to end, I loved these characters and their whole journey to find happiness. This book is part of a series but can be read as a standalone, although there are appearances from other characters.
After facing another near death situation with the U.S. Marshals, Sacha has decided it’s time to retire, he’s done with that life. He decides to pack up and move to Skagit, WA, a place he is familiar with from his time working under cover. He buys an old building in town and now his mission is renovation. Things start out a bit rough for Sacha, but looking like an exhausted zombie in need of coffee he meets Seth outside a coffee shop. Seth is a bit of a free spirit, a total sweetheart who loves people but doesn’t get attached. He offers to help Sacha right from the start, first coffee but also around his building as well. Seth just loves the history there. The two definitely have a connection and smoking hot chemistry and despite their different personalities a good friendship too.
Sacha and Seth are just freaking adorable together, with Sacha’s grumpiness and Seth’s sweet, endearing personality I just adored these two together. Both men had incredibly difficult and painful childhoods that have certainly left their marks on them as adults. Sacha has lived a life focused on his career and for the first time is trying to life openly and honestly. Seth believes that everyone leaves so don’t bother getting attached, but as these two grow closer their relationship seems to naturally happen and it scares Seth.
At the same time Sacha and Seth and figuring their own path, they stumble upon an old box in Sacha’s building. This box holds the heart wrenching story of Owen and Theodore, two men from the early 1900s that will break their hearts but also help them appreciate what is happening between them.
This was a great read, a great mix of amusing, smoldering hot and sweet romance. I really enjoyed seeing these two men finally open up and find love, they were two characters that really deserve that happiness. I’m already looking forward to the next book in this series!
“I brought treats,” Seth said after admiring the results of Sacha’s overnight labor’s. He held up a small white paper bag, the kind pastries come in. “Fresh out of the oven.” In his other hand he held a dented silver thermos. “And coffee. Lots of it.”
“Danish?” Sacha reached to snatch the bag out of Seth’s hand, but the asshole jerked it out of range.
“Ah, ah, ah. You must want these pretty bad. What are you willing to do for one?” Seth teased, a wicked gleam in his eyes.
Seth looked good enough to eat, and Sacha was a starving man in more ways than one. Without thinking, Sacha moved toward Seth. Their chests were touching while Seth still held the bag of pastries out of reach. Seth’s breath was hot against Sacha’s cheek; his pupils dilated, reducing his irises to a strip of chocolate brown.
“Oh yeah?” Seth cocked his head to the side, exposing more of his neck. Seth smirked and the pink tip of his tongue swept out, moistening his lips. “I dare you.”
Fucking hell, he’d never backed down from a dare in his life. Sacha growled under his breath before inhaling deeply, worshipping the lingering scent of sweat and maleness that was Seth-specific. The striation of browns that made his eyes appear caramel when the light hit them right was easy to see and impossible to look away from. A week of this man in his dreams and he had no self-control.
Seth was playing a dangerous game. Sacha’s hands dropped of their own volition to rest on Seth’s hips. Seth’s lips parted. Sacha didn’t miss the invitation. Ignoring the cacophony of voices in his head telling him this was a bad idea, he pressed his mouth against Seth’s.
Fucking hell, it was perfection. Like a confection, sugary, hot, and sweet. It was impossible to resist sweeping his tongue across Seth’s lips.
Author, photographer, rare Pacific Northwest Native, Elle grew up in Seattle, WA., with the Cascade Mountain range to the east and Olympics to the west. Less than two hours northwest lie the majestic San Juan Islands. To the northeast is the Methow Valley and the scrub deserts of Eastern Washington. Geography ripe with material.
A graduate of Western Washington University, Elle has a BS in biology which taught her to be tenacious. The closest she has come to biology since then is having two kids. Like an experiment or something. She’s lived in four states (none of which were gaseous), London England, and Hong Kong; always knows what time it is, and has no problem finding parking even in the most difficult places. Cannot balance a checking account.
Elle’s series Accidental Roots, mostly set in the Skagit Valley of Western Washington, will make its debut spring of 2017. Storm Season is tender, sometimes irreverent, full of nosy neighbors and help when the hero didn’t think he needed it. Writing has always been a passion but not something she was able to take seriously until recently. Now her head is full of ideas and not enough time in each day.
Disgraced FBI agent Nick Truman has failed to save his sister, held hostage by a drug cartel until he could give them Alex Crow, who eluded him. His epic downfall lands him in Witness Protection, where he plays by the rules and keeps to himself. But the murder of his neighbor brings danger to his door. He unexpectedly finds himself the champion of innocents and helplessly attracted to the homicide detective in charge of the case.
This can’t end well.
Homicide Detective Hank Axelrod is good at digging out secrets, maybe because he hides a big one of his own. He also suspects his husband has one foot out of the door of their marriage and the specter of single life looms unpleasantly on the horizon.
A murder resembling another brings Nick into his world, a man who claims to be a mystery writer looking for a real life resource. Hank’s instincts say he’s more than that, and he’s rarely wrong.
Torn between the errant soon-to-be-ex husband and the distracting, sexy stranger, Hank needs to focus all his attention on his murder case before he becomes the next victim.
I was really looking forward Nick’s story, curious about how I would feel about him after everything I learned about him from the two previous books in this series. I think Heloise West did a good job making his character redeemable, I did find myself caring about him and feeling for everything he’d been through.
Now in witness protection, Nick is trying to lay low and stay out of trouble. He goes to work, goes out to hook up trying to keep himself distracted but he really doesn’t make friends or attachments to anyone around him. He’s getting by, but when one of his neighbors ends up dead and the boyfriend of someone else he knows is severely beaten, Nick’s natural investigator comes out and he finds himself right in the middle. Hank Axelrod is a hardworking detective investigating the murder and when he meets Nick, he can’t get him out of his mind. Despite the fact that Hank’s husband has just left him he feels drawn to Nick, even more so as he helps with the case. But Nick is keeping secrets from Hank, he knows that, but hopes that eventually Nick will share with him.
I liked Nick and Hank together, they really did work for me, their relationship/friendship comes at a time when they both need someone to lean on. Nick is so broken, trying to come to terms with everything that led him to where he is now, and he really battles with the idea of letting Hank into his life. He doesn’t feel worthy of someone as good as Hank but he can’t let him go. I really felt for him and his struggle. There were some parts of this story that left me feeling pretty confused, unsure of how it was really relevant and that took away from the story a bit but overall I did enjoy Nick and Hank. I’m curious to see if there is more to their story or if this is how their story ends.
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Heloise West, when not hunched over the keyboard plotting love and mayhem, dreams about moving to a villa in Tuscany. She loves history, mysteries, and romance of all flavors. She travels and gardens with her partner of 10 years, and their home overflows with books, cats, art, and red wine.
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Show Me the Way
The first stand-alone novel in A.L. Jackson’s brand-new Fight for Me series…
Coming October 2nd
“This book is absolutely perfect.” – Corinne Michaels, New York Times Bestselling Author
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I’m excited to be a part of the blog tour and share my review for Someone to Call My Own by Aimee Nicole Walker! This was an emotional journey of healing and love and I hope you check out my review, the great excerpt and the awesome giveaway!
SOMEONE TO CALL MY OWN
Road to Blissville Series, Book 2
AIMEE NICOLE WALKER
RELEASE DATE: 09.05.17
PHOTOGRAPHER: Wander Aguiar
COVER ARTIST: Jay Aheer/Simply Defined Art
Psychic Emory Jackson and former black ops specialist Jonathon Silver are men from two completely different worlds with one thing in common: heartbreak. Emory still mourns the loss of his husband five years prior, and Jon is reeling with grief from the recent death of his twin brother.
Sparks fly when mutual friends introduce them, but it’s so much more than basic attraction. There’s an undeniable awareness and a sense of belonging that neither man can deny. Despite Emory’s premonition of a future with Jon, he has vowed never to love again. Jon is convinced that his tainted soul is the reason he will never have someone to call his own. What if they’re both wrong?
Maybe these broken men with their jagged edges could somehow align perfectly to form something whole and beautiful. But will that realization come too late for them?
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Oh man, this story starts off with a major kick to the feels! I really did enjoy this book, it was different from what I was expecting, but definitely a good and emotional story. Jon and Emory are great, if broken characters who truly deserve some happiness in their lives.
Emory and Jon have both experienced great loss in their lives, Emory loses his husband after an accident and Jon’s twin brother is killed. Neither man has room in their heart for another, at least that’s what they think, until they meet each other. There is an instant connection that they both try to fight, and hard but fate seems to be pretty determined to show that these two are just meant to be.
I really liked Emory and Jon and definitely felt for these two, man my heart hurt for these two at times both for what they had been through and for what they were putting each other through fighting their feelings. I felt like I got them though, Emory feeling guilty and not wanting to take away from what he shared with River. I think Aimee Nicole Walker does a great job showing just how much pain Emory felt for his feelings towards Jon in the beginning. I also liked the use of his visions and River’s role in those too. Jon has lived a life devoid of love, minus the months he got to spend with his brother before he dies. Emory brings out something in him, makes him something he never knew was possible. These two are passionate and intense and even in the tough moments you can feel the love they have for each other.
Overall, I really enjoyed this read, I felt connected with these characters and wanted them to be happy. It’s certainly not an easy journey, but both men need to let go of the past and be open to the future to get their HEA! I loved the other characters in the book too, they add such beautiful friendship to Jon and Emory’s lives. This was an emotional and touching story about finding that forever person! I’m definitely curious about Beau and hope we get more of his story!
“I think we need to clear the air,” Jonathon said in a calm, rational voice.
“There’s nothing to clear,” I countered. “I’m nothing to you; you’re nothing to me.”
“You think it’s that simple?” Jonathon took two steps toward me. I took three steps back. Jon jerked to a stop when he saw my reaction. “Emory…” He broke off and ran both his hands through his hair. “I know you felt it the night we met. I saw your eyes widen in surprise when the electricity shot through our bodies.”
“So.” Denying it existed wasn’t working. It was time to change tactics. “That doesn’t mean I want or will act on it.” I ran my hand over the infinity tattoo I had inked over my heart. It felt like River’s name was burning my skin like he knew the truth and was calling me a liar. Or, maybe it was anxiety that gripped my heart in its tight fist. Whatever the reason, I felt lightheaded and dizzy. Suddenly, my body felt cold and hot at the same time, and tiny little needles pricked my skin from head to toe. I licked my lips that had suddenly gone dry and numb.
“Emory?” I heard Jonathon’s voice, but it sounded like he was calling to me at the end of a very long tunnel instead of five feet away. He walked toward me, but I kept backing away. I hoped he would stop, but I saw the determination in his eyes. “Emory, I just want to help you.”
“Then leave,” I wheezed between gasps.
“I’d never leave anyone alone in this condition,” Jonathon said angrily. “Now be quiet and let me help you.” He gripped my bicep firmly, but not painfully, and guided me to a kitchen chair. He gently set me in the chair then placed his hand on my stomach beneath the center of my ribs and the other on my chest. I burned beneath his touch. I wrapped my hands around his thick wrists and tried to push his hands off of me. “Stop it, Emory,” he said firmly. “You’re hyperventilating, and I can help you. I. Will. Not. Hurt. You.”
Hot tears of humiliation flowed freely down my face. No one had ever seen me in the midst of a panic attack and I’d always been able to pull myself out of them on my own. That one was different, and I knew I needed help.
“Ignore my hands on your body, but look into my eyes and listen to me.” His demanding, deep voice was nearly hypnotic. “Inhale deeply through your nose, Emory. Hold it for a count of three and release it slowly. When you do, you’ll feel my hands moving up and down with your lungs, and your brain will recognize you’re breathing even before the fresh oxygen pushes the carbon dioxide out of your body. Do it with me, Emory.”
I breathed in slowly, held it for three seconds, and released it. I focused on the way his hands moved up and down with my breathing and pretended that I expelled all the bad energy with every exhale. I repeated the process ten or twelve times before I was completely calm again.
Jonathon pulled his hands off of me and balled them into fists. He didn’t look angry or like he wanted to hit me. It looked like he needed to do something with his hands but wasn’t sure what. He lowered himself into a chair beside me.
“What caused your panic attack?”
“You,” I replied sullenly.
“Emory, I haven’t done anything to you so why would the sight of me cause you to panic?” Jonathon sounded truly baffled and a little insulted.
I knew it would take drastic measures to push him away, so I let him have it with both barrels. “I had a psychic vision about you—well. Us.”
I am a wife and mother to three kids, three dogs, and a cat. When I’m not dreaming up stories, I like to lose myself in a good book, cook or bake. I’m a girly tomboy
who paints her fingernails while watching sports and yelling at the referees.
I will always choose the book over the movie. I believe in happily-ever-after. Love inspires everything that I do. Music keeps me sane.
Good afternoon reader friends!! We’ve had all sorts of goodies for y’all today, and I’ve got another. I fell in love with this story from Leslie Pike from the start, I mean I do so love a second chance romance and Oliver & Stori were just an amazing pairing! Take a minute to check out my review, but then check out these teasers ( 🔥🔥🔥) and the excerpt we have too! Oh and don’t miss the $25 gift card giveaway at the bottom!!! Happy reading! ~ Amber
Sexceptional by Leslie Pike
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Oliver London has no problem standing stark-ass naked in front of a group of strangers.
As a figure model, it’s afforded the nearly starving artist the time and means he needs to paint.
Stori Ryder runs one of Manhattan’s most popular speakeasies, Whiskey River.
She’s focused on her career and intent on securing a stable future after an unstable past.
Fourteen years ago, the high school sweethearts parted on a sour note.
When best friends invite them on a fabulous French Riviera wedding cruise, Oliver and Stori remember what it was that drew them together all those years ago.
A new story from Leslie Pike that drew me in from the first page. Oliver is a struggling artist, working to create art and support himself and his family. When his best friend gets engaged to an old friend from high school, he is reconnected with the girl who got away. Stori is finally finding success as a club owner and focused only on securing hers and her fathers future when fate brings her face to face with her past. SEXCEPTIONAL is full of heat, heart and all things beautiful. Leslie Pike created magic with Oliver and Stori in this beautiful second chance romance!! So much love!
The rest of the night was spent lost in her face, or maybe more adrift in the stormy blue of her eyes. I was in familiar territory. It took me back to high school and the effect she’d had. I tried to look away from the details, like the faint freckles across her straight-edged nose, the bow of her kissable lips. But there was no ignoring the colors that make her, the mahogany hair, the ivory skin, the natural blush of her cheeks. In my imagination I’ve already mixed the paint.
I remember how it felt to have my arm around the curve of her waist and how her ass looked in those velvety pants girls used to wear. That’s as far as I got back then, just looking and a little over the bra fumbling. She blocked every attempt I made. But it was enough to kick off my masturbatory fantasies for years, when even porn came in a distant second to my innocent memories of the girl.
It was work to concentrate on the night’s conversations, to ignore her gifts and their effect. I did a lousy job of it. Because everything about Stori has been enhanced with time. I could have spent days just listening to her laugh. There’s nothing lukewarm about the woman. It wasn’t my imagination that my set-in-steel life plan shivered with just the sight of her.
About the Author
Leslie Pike lives in Orange County, California, with her husband Don, and their Pom-Poo, Mr. Big. Before writing her first novel, Leslie worked as a screenwriter on episodic television. She’s traveled the world with her Stuntman/Stunt Coordinator/Second Unit Director husband. They’ve been on movie sets from Africa to Israel, from New York to Los Angeles. Some of Leslie’s favorite things include calligraphy, long walks with her friends and afternoons at the movies.
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