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Giveaway & Tour- A Moment to Cherish: A Whistle Stop Romance, book 4 by Jennifer Faye

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A Moment to Cherish
(A Whistle Stop Romance, book 1)
by Jennifer Faye
Release Date: August 1, 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Whistle Stop is abuzz…the mayoral election is just weeks away.Candidate Mason Noble has a vested interest in fast-tracking the town’s revitalization project. But the votes he’d counted on are drying up because his engagement to Bella Nez ended abruptly. The local grapevine is humming with rumors, but only he and Bella know the truth. And they aren’t talking!

When an emergency puts Bella in the proverbial tough spot, she needs money and fast. There’s only one person who can help–Mason. He agrees to a loan, but he has a condition. He needs Bella by his side again. A reconciliation would win over the townspeople–and it would give him a chance to win back the only woman he’s ever loved.

Bella hesitates to accept Mason’s terms. Until she’s blindsided by unexpected news that has her rethinking everything. Bella is expecting a baby, and there’s a heart-wrenching choice to be made…


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Bella started walking, and Mason fell in step beside her. For a while neither spoke, and then they both spoke at once. They stopped and turned to each other.

“Sorry,” Mason said. “Go ahead and finish what you were saying.”

“Oh, okay. I was just going to ask what you plan to tell people about that, um, kiss.”

“What do you want me to tell them?”

She frowned at him. “That’s not fair. You turned the question around on me.”

“Fine. I probably won’t tell them anything. It’s none of their business.”

She nodded as though she approved of that approach. “But why did you do it?”

Mason shifted his weight from one foot to the other. “Would you believe me if I said I got caught up in the moment?”

She shrugged. “You know, it’ll probably be in the newspaper.”

“I don’t think it was that newsworthy.” He tried his best to downplay it, but deep inside embers still burned for her.

“I was referring to the election. Everything you do is news. If you drink coffee from Fill-It-Up Joe, it’s news. If you get your hair cut, it’s news.”

“Wow! I had no idea this town was that boring. If that’s what qualifies as news, I’ve got my work cut out for me as mayor to liven things up.” But that would come after he gave their economy an infusion of new life to pump it up.

“Mason, be serious.”

“What? I am. By the way, what did they say about my last haircut? Was it a little too short in the back?”


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A Moment to Love (Whistle Stop #1) 


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A Moment to Love
(A Whistle Stop Romance, Book 1)
by Jennifer Faye
The notorious cowboy meets his match…

Cord Lawson instantly distrusted the young woman in a smart suit who’d just arrived in Whistle Stop. She was very pretty and clearly a city girl—but with memories of his failed marriage still darkening his mind, he’s determined to steer clear! But she’s sniffing around his land—land that had been in his family for generations. There was no way he’d let it go—even if the bank was threatening to foreclose, and selling could give Whistle Stop a new lease on life.

Alexis Greer had one mission in mind—close the deal on the Granger estate; without it, her father’s land development company would go bankrupt. But the word around town is to keep clear of Cord and to stay away from his precious land. What in the world had happened to cause such a handsome cowboy to live such a solitary existence? However, determination was Lexi’s middle name, and she just had to keep on trying to breach Cord’s barriers, appeal somehow to his head and heart—even if it put her in danger of losing both of hers…to him.


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About Jennifer Faye

Award-winning author, Jennifer Faye pens fun, heartwarming romances. Step into the pages of exciting destinations with rugged cowboys, sexy tycoons & enchanting royalty. She is the author of the WHISTLE STOP ROMANCE series.

Jennifer is a two-time winner of the RT Book Reviews Reviewers’ Choice Award, has been named a TOP PICK author, and has been nominated for numerous awards.

Now living her dream, she resides with her patient husband, amazing daughter (the other remarkable daughter is off chasing her own dreams) and two spoiled cats.

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Review & Giveaway: IT’S IN HIS SMILE (Red River Valley, Book 3) by Shelly Alexander



(Red River Valley, Book 3)
by Shelly Alexander
June 14th 2016
Montlake Romance
292 Pages

Miranda Cruz isn’t just the best darned waitress in town anymore; she’s Red River’s newest innkeeper. But first, she has to find the contractor who’s disappeared with her life savings so she can start renovations. Not so easy for a woman who never depends on anyone, especially a man. And when a gorgeous old flame shows up, the fire between them is reignited and threatens to send her dreams up in smoke.Acclaimed environmental architect Talmadge Oaks returns home to Red River on family business. He plans to get in and get out quickly because a professional catastrophe is waiting back in Washington. When an unforeseen snag keeps him in Red River longer than expected, he finds himself entangled in the renovations of his late grandmother’s Victorian inn. Handy with a hammer, he offers to help the beautiful new owner, but his motives aren’t completely selfless. Will his secret demolish everything they are building? Or can their undeniable passion keep them together?

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After Talmadge’s colossal gaffe yesterday at Joe’s, the chances of Miranda letting him take over the renovations at the inn were about as good as her contractor giving back her money.

The way he saw it, he had two options.

One: play the I’m-your-creditor card and take charge of the renovations whether she agreed or not. When it came to any kind of building project, everyone followed his lead. Hell, he’d earned that leadership role in world of architecture.

Miranda’s face glowed red with anger.

Right. Option one wasn’t working out so well.

He shifted to option two: make her think she was still in charge.

“Don’t be foolish, Miranda. You need help with this place.” Talmadge was trying real hard to keep his mind and eyes off the taut nipples showing through her thin shirt. The moment he’d turned and saw her standing in the dining room staring at him with sleepy eyes and messy pillow hair…glaring at all of them over the absurdity of superheroes while wearing silly cartoon pajamas…

Well, hell. His throat had closed up, and he’d wanted to toss her over his shoulder and take her to back to bed. This time with him in it too.



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It’s In His Smile is the first book I have read by Shelly Alexander, and I loved it!  This book is the third in the ‘Red River Valley’ series.  I haven’t read the first two, but I plan on it very soon.  Having not read the first two books in the series first, I didn’t feel like I was missing anything by jumping right into this one.  I enjoy small town romances (I prefer them), and this one takes place in Red River, New Mexico.  


The story starts with Bea’s wake, which Miranda is hosting at the inn she purchases from Bea.  Bea was like a mother to her, and one of her closest friends.  She saw something in Miranda, and believed in her when no one else would.  That is why Bea sold her the Inn.  Miranda Cruz has lived in Red River her whole life.  She was raised by her mother, and she didn’t have it easy growing up.  Her own mother had a bad reputation around town.  So Miranda has worked very hard to make sure that the people in Red River know that she is nothing like her mother.  She is bound and determined to renovate Bea’s inn, and be a successful business owner. For some people it doesn’t make a difference that Miranda is nothing like her mother… guilty by association and all.


Talmadge Oaks has returned to Red River to attend his grandmother’s wake.  He is full of guilt because he didn’t come home very often to help Bea over the years, and for death of both his parents.    He justified not coming home to often because he was busy.  Busy trying to make his grandmother proud of him.  Talmage is considered a rock star contractor to the rich and famous.   He is sought out by many because he is damn good at building things.  Now that he is back in Red River the feelings, and attraction he had for Miranda come back full force.  Especially now that he has to stay and help her with the renovations on Miranda’s inn.


I really enjoyed this story.  The author did a wonderful job of making me feel what Miranda and Talmadge were feeling.  Attraction ran rapid in this story, and while they tried to fight it,  in the end it was hopeless.  The chemistry between these two jumped right off the page.  This was a feel good romance.  It’s about hopes, dreams, forgiveness, and second chances.  One that made me laugh, and tear up a little.  The storyline and the issues that Miranda and Talmadge were dealing with were believable.  There was nothing far fetched in this book.   This story was balanced, with a mixture of romance and the plot.


There were several characters in the story that I liked.  Two women from the local senior citizens center, Francine and Clydelle, that were hilarious.  They said things like, ‘What’s wrong with you?  You got a third nipple or something?’  These two women were funny, busybodies, and pulled all kinds of shenanigans to get men to take off their shirts.  I enjoyed the mommy mafia, as Miranda called her girlfriends from high school.


Shelly Alexander has a way of pulling you into her characters lives, and keeping you there. This has made me want to go back and read the first two books in the series.  There are several sex scenes in this book, and some mild cursing.  I recommend this book to anyone that enjoys small town romance, with well developed characters, laugh out loud scenes, and a book that makes you feel.


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A 2014 Golden Heart® finalist, Shelly Alexander grew up traveling the world, earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing, and worked in the business world. With four older brothers and a sister, she watched every Star Trek episode ever made, joined the softball team instead of ballet class, and played with G.I. Joes while the Barbie Corvette stayed tucked in the closet. When she had three sons of her own, she decided to escape her male-dominated world by reading romance novels and has been hooked ever since. Now, she spends her days writing sassy and steamy contemporary romances while tending to a miniature schnauzer name Omer, a tiny toy poodle named Mozart, and a pet boa constrictor named Zeus.


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Review: A Girl’s Guide to Moving On (New Beginnings #2) by Debbie Macomber


New Beginnings, Book 2
February 23rd 2016
Published by Ballantine Books
339 pages


When Nichole discovers that her husband, Jake, has been unfaithful, the illusion of her perfect life is indelibly shattered. While juggling her young son, a new job, and volunteer work, Nichole meets Rocco, who is the opposite of Jake in nearly every way. Though blunt-spoken and rough around the edges, Rocco proves to be a dedicated father and thoughtful friend. But just as their relationship begins to blossom, Jake wagers everything on winning Nichole back—including their son Owen’s happiness. Somehow, Nichole must find the courage to defy her fears and follow her heart, with far-reaching consequences for them all.

Leanne has quietly ignored her husband’s cheating for decades, but is jolted into action by the echo of Nichole’s all-too-familiar crisis. While volunteering as a teacher of English as a second language, Leanne meets Nikolai, a charming, talented baker from Ukraine. Resolved to avoid the heartache and complications of romantic entanglements, Leanne nonetheless finds it difficult to resist Nikolai’s effusive overtures—until an unexpected tragedy tests the very fabric of her commitments.

An inspiring novel of friendship, reinvention, and hope, A Girl’s Guide to Moving On affirms the ability of every woman to forge a new path, believe in love, and fearlessly find happiness.
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • In this powerful and uplifting novel, a mother and her daughter-in-law bravely leave their troubled marriages and face the challenge of starting over. Leaning on each other, Nichole and Leanne discover that their inner strength and capacity for love are greater than they ever imagined.









I chose to read this book because of the title, and then the blurb on the inside cover.  Women building each other up while going through divorce is not new, but two women forming a close bond through divorce when one of those women is divorcing the other ones cheating son is.  That is what drew me to this book.  This book is the second in the series, which I didn’t know when I purchased this one.  It can be read as a stand alone though.  The first book, Last One Home, is Cassie’s story. Cassie is Nichole’s sister.  So if you are a stickler for reading books in order, I would start with that one.


When Nichole finds out her husband Jake has been cheating on her, she knows what she has to do.  If there is one thing she is not putting up with, it is cheating.  She does not intend on waiting around for her husband to change, afterall his father has been cheating on his mother with different women for 35 years.  Why would the son be any different.  So she files for a divorce, and moves out.


Leanne (Jake’s mother) has known her husband, Sean, was cheating on her for over 35 years now, but she stayed in the marriage.  Although they have been living together in name only for the last 25.  They kept up appearances in public, and everyone has assumed they were a happy, married couple.  But when Nichole files for a divorce, it gives Leanne the courage, and hope she needs to walk away from her marriage, and file for a divorce also.


Leanne and Nichole have become close over the years.  Leanne thinks of Nichole as the daughter she never had.  When each woman walks away from their cheating husbands they rent apartments in the same building, right across the hall from each other.  They come up with a plan and a list to move forward with their lives, and call it ‘A Guide to Moving On’.  On the list there is three things in order to achieve this, #1 Don’t allow yourself to wallow in your pain.  Reach out.  Volunteer.  Do something you love or something to help others. #2 Cultivate new friendship, and #3 Let go in order to receive.  I expected there to be more than those three things, but I suppose those three were enough.


Nichole starts substituting as a teacher at the local school, and volunteers a few days a week at ‘Dress for Success’.  She meets Rocco when he comes to tow her broke down car, and the two form an unlikely friendship.  Leanne volunteers to teach English as a second language, and that is where she meets Nikolai.  He is one of her students, and fast becomes her favorite.


The story is told from each woman’s point of view, with each woman telling their story in alternating chapters.  I liked that, and it worked with this story.  I enjoyed seeing Nichole bloom, and get her confidence back.  My favorite chapters were those of Nicholes.  I liked how her and Rocco’s friendship was slow building.  Rocco was my favorite character in the whole book.  He is rough around the edges, and doesn’t try to be something that he is not.  I like men that are a little rough around the edges, and say what they mean.


The relationship between Nikoli and Leanne was nice and sweet.  The author did a great job with Nikolai’s voice.  He spoke broken english, and often took what was said literally, which made me chuckle.  His and Leanne’s relationship was sweet.  I like how both women grew throughout the story.  At times it was frustrating though, because they let their exes get away with things most would not.  I kept wanting both women to get more of a backbone and stand up to these men that treated women as sex objects and nothing more.  I mean who cooks and cleans for a man that cheated on her for 35 years!


The ‘cheating’ ex husbands change a little throughout the story, and there is a small amount of redemption.  I won’t say anymore on that, because I don’t want to give anything away.  It just seemed like for me it was a little too late.


The story was a little slow at times.  I didn’t finish the book with any ‘Ah Ha’ moments or profound insight., but it was a nice and sweet read.  It wasn’t exactly what I expected, and I am not sure if I will read the first book in the series.  We will see.  For die hard Debbie Macomber fans I am sure you will like it.


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Review: Nora Roberts Land (Dare Valley #1) by Ava Miles


Dare Valley, Book 1
by Ava Miles
Narrated by Em Eldridge
11 Hours & 22 Minutes
Audible Audiobook
April 31, 2015 | Book published June 24, 2013


Journalist Meredith Hale’s ex-husband claimed her Nora Roberts addiction gave her unrealistic expectations about marriage, and she believed him. All dreams of happily ever after—or Nora Roberts Land as her mother calls it—went up in smoke. But when her family asks her to temporarily help their Dare Valley, Colorado newspaper, she decides it’s time to change her life and prove her ex wrong. She’s determined to find her own small-town Nora Roberts hero, prove that true love exists, and publish a story about her quest.

War correspondent Tanner McBride has just returned stateside to work for a major newspaper, and the last thing he expects is blackmail. Yet, before he can even unpack, he’s headed to Colorado. His assignment? Make his boss’s ex-wife fall for him and then break her heart. Her article about discovering love à la Nora might air dirty laundry about her marriage to the media mogul, threatening his senate run. The mogul wants Meredith stopped, and he makes sure Tanner has no choice in the matter.

When the two meet, the sparks between them are undeniable. Meredith, who vowed never to date another journalist, begins to succumb. Could Tanner be her Nora Roberts hero? As they work together to uncover the truth behind a suspicious death, the depth of their feelings unfolds and both realize they’ve kept their secrets for far too long. But before the truth can be revealed, their investigation takes a deadly turn, one that might make Meredith’s personal Nora Roberts Land go up in flames.

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I have had ‘Nora Roberts Land’ by Ava Miles on my TBR pile for a while now, and finally got the chance to read it.  I also downloaded the audible audiobook to alternate between listening and reading.  I mostly listened.  

I liked the story, the town, the characters, and the plot.Meredith Hale is a recently divorced woman set on empowering herself, and NEVER letting another man get too close to her.  So she invented an alter ego for herself, Divorcee Woman, and went out and bought herself a slew of La Perla under garments.  Armed with silk and lace, Wonder Woman has nothing on her.

Meredith is an investigative journalist, and goes back to her home town, Dare Valley, to watch over her grandfather, and help with the family paper.  She also plans on proving her ex-husband wrong by finding her own, Nora Roberts, hero.  Rick blames Nora Roberts for their divorce.  Claiming Nora’s books give women unrealistic expectations about love and marriages.  Ha, right!

Tanner McBride is a War Correspondent, and his new boss (Rick) has given him a new assignment, seduce his ex-wife.  He is supposed to make Meredith fall in love with him, and keep her from writing a story, and airing all his dirty laundry to the world. He didn’t plan on falling in love with her.

I liked Meredith, and she said some really funny things throughout the book that made me laugh out loud.  I liked the fact that she was moving on after her divorce, and not crying in a corner somewhere.   She was a funny, smart, and strong heroine.  I also liked the fact that this story was full of more than just romance.  There is suspense, and crime solving in this book too.  The first half of the book moved a little slow, but after that the plot moved along nicely.  The action in the book is not ‘edge of your set, biting your nails’ kind, but it did the job nicely.

I liked Tanner as the hero.  Meredith compares Tanner to ‘Roarke’ (the hero in J.D. Robb’s novels) throughout the book, and he measures up nicely.  Jill, Meredith’s sister was likeable, and I can’t wait to see what happens with her in the next book.  I enjoy stories that are set in small towns, and Dare Valley fit that bill.

The author did a good job of showing what was going on throughout the story, and not just telling.  There are a few hot sexual encounters in this book between the H & H, but they are not vulgar or nasty in any way.

There were a few things that did drive me a little crazy about this book.  Meredith and Jill kept referring to her ex-husband as ‘Rick the D*ck’.  He was a d*ck, but it was said many, many times in the first half of the book.  Too many times in fact.  In the first half of the book there was also quite a bit of breast tightening when Meredith looked at Tanner.  It was just said way too many times.   With those things aside I enjoyed Nora Roberts Land by Ava Miles, and will be giving book 2 in the ‘Dare Valley’ series a try.

The narrator of the Audible audibook did a wonderful job narrating this story.  I could tell the differences between each character .  She gave them each their own voice.  She narrated with expression in her voice, and not a flat, monotone.  I would definitely listen to other books she narrates in the future if the occasion should arise.

Cursing:  Yes, but it is mild.
Sex:  Yes, and it is on the steamy side.
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USA Today Bestselling Author Ava Miles joined the ranks of beloved storytellers after receiving Nora Roberts’ blessing for her use of Ms. Roberts’ name in her debut novel, the #1 National Bestseller NORA ROBERTS LAND, which kicked off her contemporary family series, Dare Valley. A mere six months after her debut in 2013, she’d hit the USA Today Bestseller list.

Ava’s stories have been likened to those of Nicholas Sparks–a fellow University of Notre Dame graduate–with powerful messages of healing, mystery, and magic. While fiction is her primary love, she’s also released a companion cookbook (she’s a former chef), a children’s book, and a nonfiction memoir about happiness, something she writes about on The Happiness Corner blog on her website. Ava has also released a connected series called Dare River about the power of love and family. THE CHOCOLATE GARDEN, one of the books in the series, topped the USA Today Bestseller list and has been widely acclaimed.

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Review: Finding Fraser by K.C. Dyer


by K.C Dyer
Re-released February 26, 2016
by Berkley
388 Pages
Kindle Edition

“Jamie Fraser would be Deeply Gratified at having inspired such a charmingly funny, poignant story—and so am I.”—Diana Gabaldon, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Outlander series

Escape to Scotland with the delightful new novel that readers have fallen in love with—inspired by Diana Gabaldon’s #1 New York Times bestselling Outlander series.

I met Jamie Fraser when I was nineteen years old. He was tall, red-headed, and at our first meeting at least, a virgin. He was, in fact, the perfect man.

That he was fictional hardly entered into it…

On the cusp of thirty, Emma Sheridan is desperately in need of a change. After a string of failed relationships, she can admit that no man has ever lived up to her idea of perfection: the Scottish fictional star of romantic fantasies the world over—James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser.

Her ideal man might be ripped from the pages of a book, but Emma hopes that by making one life-altering decision she might be able to turn fiction into fact. After selling all her worldly possessions, Emma takes off for Scotland with nothing but her burgeoning travel blog to confide in.

But as she scours the country’s rolling green hills and crumbling castles, Emma discovers that in searching for her own Jamie Fraser, she just might find herself.









Finding Fraser is the first book I have read by K.C. Dyer.  I looked at it many times last year, but wasn’t sure about it.  I finally decided to give it a try.  I loved the idea of this book.  I am a huge Outlander fan of the books, and the Starz series.  While I feel that parts of this story was cute, and entertaining, parts of it seemed to drag a bit.  I really wanted to love this book, but I couldn’t.  I liked it.


Emma Sheridan is approaching her 29th birthday.  She has an unsatisfying job, and ex cheating boyfriend.  She is looking for something more in her life.  So what is a girl to do?  She sells everything she owns, minus her clothes, and her laptop, and buys a ticket to Scotland to find her own Jamie Fraser.  Makes sense, right?


“I haven’t told you the whole truth.  I’m not just a normal tourist.  I’m here– well, I’m chasing a fugitive… A fugitive from the past.  A ghost.  A person who has never existed, but is so real that I believe he must be here somewhere.  Here for me.”


I was cheering Emma on when the story started.  I am sure there have been many woman (yes, grown women) at some point in their lives that just wanted to sell everything they own, and run off to Scotland to find their our own Fraser.  As Emma’s journey gets started, she starts a blog to document her travels in Scotland.  Before she even gets on the plan to fly to Scotland there are a few mishaps, which were entertaining, and fun.


“You can’t start ticking things off your bucket list when you don’t  even own a bucket.”


Once arriving in Scotland it’s her plan to travel the route that Claire traveled  in Outlander.  There are a few references in the book to ‘what would Claire do.’  She would not have done any of the things that Emma did.  Along the way Emma meets a few shady characters, and some great people.  I like that the author described the places that Emma was visiting in Scotland (Inverness, Fort William, and the Wallace Monument).  I also enjoyed the descriptions of each standing stone sites that she explored.


I did not like Hamish, Emma’s newly found Fraser.  Hamish just didn’t do it for me.  He was childish, shallow, and only concerned with ‘getting to California’.  I felt that this part of the story dragged a little bit.   I did however like the secondary characters that Emma met along the way, Jack, Morag, and Gerald.  I wish that the author had added more interaction between Emma and her ‘happily ever after.’


“Ye have to love yersel’ first, Emma.  My greatest regret is that I walked away from Willie without chasin’ him down and showin’ him what he’d lost.  I’d hate tae see ye make the same mistake, lassie”


Through parts of the story I felt like I was reading about an 18 year old girl on her first Spring Break away from her parents.  Emma’s actions, and the some of the things she said just were not those of a grown woman.  All in all this was an light and entertaining read, and was written very well.  It was a story of self discovery, finding love where you least expect, and of course lots of talk about James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser.
If you like Jamie Fraser, Scotland, and reading about about self discovery then this book is for you.


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K.C. Dyer resides in the wilds of British Columbia in the company of an assortment of mammals, some of them human. She likes to walk in the woods and write books.

Her most recent novel—an Amazon #1 Bestseller in romantic comedy for grown-ups—is FINDING FRASER, first published in 2015, with a new Berkley edition slated for release in May, 2016 . For teens, kc’s most recent work is FACING FIRE, a sequel to the acclaimed novel, A WALK THROUGH A WINDOW, published by Doubleday/Random House. kc is represented by Laura Bradford of Bradford Literary Agency.





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