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305 Ratings
Avg - 4.47
Were She Belongs (MFMM) by Dixie Lynn Dwyer (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$6.99
Categories: Fantasy, Menage a Trois/Quatre, Shape-shifter

This reviewer's rating: 2 - Fair

I read this book years ago and because I love Dixie's books, decided to re-read it now. Honestly, I didn't care for it back then but couldn't remember why. Now I understand my initial low rating. I think this must be one of the author's very early books. I could be wrong. The dialogue was simplistic, there was very little transition between scenes, and the pace felt kind of frantic. There were all kinds of revelations and characters that just popped up out of nowhere. Definitely nothing like the emotional, well structured books I'm used to from DLD. The good news is, it's amazing to see how wonderfully Dixie has grown as an author. Her voice in later books (American Soldier series, Town of Pearl, etc.) is so clear. Not so much in this one. I would not recommend the Were series but readers should absolutely read her other series.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 07/22/2016)
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46 Ratings
Avg - 3.93
Desire for Two (MFM) by Marla Monroe (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$4.99
Categories: Contemporary, Menage a Trois/Quatre, Western/Cowboys

This reviewer's rating: 2 - Fair

Not on of this author's best. Everything happened way too quickly. The men fell for Desire and decided she was "the one" immediately, then plotted and planned to get her to fall for them. It actually didn't take much. I love strong, alpha men, but the heroes talked about Desire crudely (though not to her face) and they were super pushy with her. Nothing against her will, of course, but it all felt too manipulative and "boys club-ish" to me. The sex was super hot, but everything else left me cold.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 07/13/2016)
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25 Ratings
Avg - 4.36

Great story. Loved Carina, Milton, Nevin, Jack and Jesse. The heroes were sexy and hot, but also wonderfully patient with Carina. As a reader, I felt her pain, fear and struggle. I also understood the men's frustration, wanting to be there for her but Carina constantly pushing them away. In general, I thought the pace of the story was good; it felt realistic. There was no jumping straight into bed, given the circumstances. The men put her needs 1st which I loved. My only critique is that some of the dialogue and descriptions got repetitive. Sometimes it felt like characters were having the same conversations over again. And once again, the overuse of the heroine being described as "petite" was annoying. If the author would just mix it up a bit, maybe use "delicate"' "fragile"' "small"??? Just to break up the monotony. Or not bring up her size at all constantly? Overall though, another keeper by the author.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 07/08/2016)
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19 Ratings
Avg - 4.47
A Place to Belong (MFMM) by Becca Van (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$5.5
Categories: Contemporary, Menage a Trois/Quatre, Western/Cowboys

This reviewer's rating: 4 - Good

Good. I liked the semi-gritty, true crime vibe of the book. Sallyanne had been thru hell and I loved the way the heroes took their time and gained her trust. Also, the threat was present and consistent throughout the book which I appreciated. That part of the story never got lost, even as the romance heated up. My only real disappointment was the final conflict with the villain, which was a bit anti-climactic. Without giving any spoilers away, I just expected and wanted more interaction between the villain, the heroes and heroine at the end. Overall though, a nice read.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 06/30/2016)
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21 Ratings
Avg - 4.38

Good book. I really liked Cesar, Damon, Gino and Fox. I especially liked that the brothers were sort of split into 2 sets, with Gino and Fox being super intense and Damon and Cesar less so. It provided differentiation. I loved Antonia in Book 1 and I liked her here, but I must confess, not as much as I did in the 1st installment. That seems to be a trend when I read these series. I end up more intrigued with the friend or sister than the heroine. In this book, I was super interested in Carina's story and in Book 1 (about Brooklyn) I was more interested in Antonia than Brooklyn. Still, I did enjoy Antonia. I liked that she took her time and and when she did open up, she did so completely. I especially loved Cesar, and the way all the men cared for her. My biggest complaint is the author's constant, incessant focus on every heroine's petite frame. It's mentioned every few pages! Honestly it's annoying and I don't know why an editor has't done anything about it. Like maybe try different words? Small, delicate, slight...? Anyway, I'm excited to read Carina's story and hope it lives up to what I've read so far in this book.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 06/26/2016)
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24 Ratings
Avg - 4.42

Pretty good book. I liked Brooklyn's self assured and kick-ass attitude, even though she had issues from her past. The problem for me, was that I was much, much more interested in Brooklyn's sister Antonia and her budding relationships. I liked the heroes---Finnian, Aero, Zeke and Jagger, but I didn't really "get" them. Meaning, I didn't get beneath the superficial with them. Their relationship with Brooklyn was nice, but there wasn't the deep emotional connection I'm used to getting from a Dixie Lynn Dwyer book. I felt more emotion in Antonia's interactions with Cesar, the town Sheriff. Perhaps Dixie should have let Brooklyn's story stand alone, amd not introduce Antonia in this book because for me, at least, Antonia stole the show. Overall, Brooklyn's story was worth 3 stars due to lack of character development for the heroes and an underwhelming mystery plot. But it gets 1 extra star because I really liked Antonia and was so drawn to her, Cesar, amd his brother Damon as supporting characters. I can't wait to read Antonia's book.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 06/19/2016)
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12 Ratings
Avg - 4.25
Rescuing Their Love (MFMMM) by Rose Nickol (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$4.5
Categories: Contemporary, Menage a Trois/Quatre

This reviewer's rating: 2 - Fair

I think Ms. Nikol has promise as an author but I think she could use help with structure and narrative. Everything happened too fast and there were a lot of moments in the book that were weird, and some a bit creepy. In the1st 24 hrs of the story, Julie was rejected by Tobias for a date, got beat up in the parking lot and rescued by Tobias, had her house burned down, moved in permanently with Tobias and the rest of his squad, spilled her guts about previous sexual abuse, and finally, had sex with the men. Ummmm.....what the heck?! The heroes immediately (the night they met her!!!) started making plans for a future with her. They daydreamed about suff like kids with her. Kids!!! They barely knew each other! I did not understand the storyline structure at all, where everything was a front loaded and rushed. Who were these characters who'd just jumped into bed andwere suddenly building a life together after ONE day? Also what was up with little anecdotes about Julie having a crush on Tobias in the weeks before he rejected their date, so much so that she secretly followed him home one night?? Creepy and weird. Also weird / unexplained, Julie claiming she's had nightmares since childhood but no one knowing why. This was never followed up on. Or Branch, before a mission declaring his love for her. Which, was nice but had any of them or Julie said ILY before that? Such a big moment but felt very anticlimactic. Then there was the "danger" aspect to the story which reappeared near the end but was wrapped up so quickly like nothing ever happened. So. overall, the author created likable characters and like I said she has promise IMO, but needs to add depth, both in story and characters as well as better pacing.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 06/09/2016)
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11 Ratings
Avg - 3.64

Disappointing. I really like Becca Van books but this one felt very........not up to her usual par. The dialogue was very, very simplistic. Almost amateurish, I hate to say. Overall, none of the Reynolds Pack books have been very good IMO. I can't help but wonder if these are old stories (from an old publisher, etc.) that Ms. Van is now re-releasing. The writing is just inferior when compared to series like Club Dominance or Elite Dragons/Dragoons or even the Pack Law books. Parts of the story seemed rushed, like the heroes meeting Jay, then becoming best friend almost immediately, the convenient, unbelievable explanation as to why the villain didn't rape the heroine, the convenient excuse for the heroine to have to stay with the men... Also, I was put off early on, by Jay taking off Lexia's pants while she was unconscious, to determine if she's been raped. WTF? Sure, Jay's a doctor but that felt very violating. So, in the end, I found my self skimming a bit to finish the book and after having read the 1st 3 books in this series, I will think twice about buying the next one.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 05/31/2016)
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25 Ratings
Avg - 4.68

Good book. I was was really looking forward to Lois's story since reading Valentina's in the preceding book. I loved that the heroes took things super slow with Lois. I especially loved how she and Ghost were dealing with similar issues and were able to bond over that. A few things that could have been better: I felt like all the men got a lot of time (individually) with Lois except Laverty, and consequently, I didn't get a good feel for him. The ending confrontation was abrupt and too quick. I can understand, with all Lois had been thru, if the author didn't want to do the usual harsh treatment of the heroine just before she's rescued, etc. but not all the men were there for the confrontation which was disappointing. Also, (and this happens every book with every heroine) the repetition of Lois being describe as petite, classy, petite, fragile and you know, PETITE lol was waaaay too much. We get it. Dixie! You love petite heroines and Lois is petite! Finally this book was very, very, very similar to Soldiers of Pearl - Healing Souls (which I LOVED). Right down to the scene where Lois helps Ghost thru a nightmare. I can't be too mad about this though. DLD has a formula and she sticks to it. If I didn't love it, I wouldn't keep buying it lol. Overall, I enjoyed Lois's story and the heroes and am looking forward to the next book/series.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 05/28/2016)
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8 Ratings
Avg - 3.50
Tanya's Law Enforcers (MFM) by Eileen Green (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$5.99
Categories: BDSM, Contemporary, Menage a Trois/Quatre

This reviewer's rating: 2 - Fair

Hard to believe this is the same author who wrote "Angela's Awakening" which I LOVED and was so wonderful, dark and emotional. This book? Read like a teenage Young Adult novel with sex. First, the heroes. Derek took one look at Tanya and decided she might be "the one" for them. He was saying things like "Don't hide what you feel for us" after they'd barely had more than a 10 minute conversation! WTF? Then there was Tanya, who was so affected by their 10 minute interaction, that she had to run to the restroom to recover, where her co-worker started spouting line about "knowing when you find 'the one' and telling Tanya to follow her heart" etc. Again, HUH?? They'd JUST MET. They hadn't been on ONE date. Why is anyone talking about being in love and forever relationships?? If this were a sci-fi, shapeshifter book I might understand this insta-love but it wasn't. Later, on their 1st date Tanya explains her entire life story (!) then blurts out that she's a virgin at the restaurant. SMH. So weird and uncomfortable. As a character, Tanya seemed superficial and not fleshed out. The heroes weren't deep either although I was intrigued by Derek's backstory re: his injury and recovery in the war. Too bad that was just background. Finally, I hated the way Chase called Tanya "Buttercup" with no explanation or reason and without a hint of sarcasm or irony. It was weird, like something straight out of the 1950's or something. I hate to give such a negative review but I've seen how great this author was once before so this was book was a real disappointment--like the YA books I used to read as a teenager.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 05/22/2016)
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41 Ratings
Avg - 4.49

Finally reading this after 2 yrs. Eh this book was OK but definitely not one I would re-read. I liked Mariah and the heroes, but the story just didn't grab me. All the elements were there---suspense, murder mystery, hot, demanding heroes, etc. I just didn't feel connected to it all, and especially not to Mariah. I liked her, but I didn't feel invested in her unfortunately.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 05/20/2016)
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48 Ratings
Avg - 4.67
Soldiers of Pearl 2: Healing Souls (LoveXtreme) by Dixie Lynn Dwyer (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$6.5
Categories: Contemporary, Menage a Trois/Quatre

This reviewer's rating: 5 - Outstanding

Wow. I bought this book so long ago but never got around to reading it til now. For some reason I just skipped it but read the other books in the series. Maybe because the excerpt made the books seem like it would be so difficult---abused, deathly fearful woman with 2 children. It seemed like it would be heavy and sad. On the contrary, Cora's story was so wonderful amd touching amd uplifting. I loved the heroes. They were so strong amd caring and had their own demons, particularly Blade amd Beau. Cora was great, I really felt her pain, her courage and struggle to be stronger. This was an amazing book!

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 05/18/2016)
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29 Ratings
Avg - 4.59

Good, but the story felt a lot like the Dare Series. Abused sister (Lois), women who are extremely fearful (though more on Lois' part) and somewhat traumatized. etc. I liked this story though and I liked Valentina's strength. I especially liked her reaction to the town's rule on "guardians." I mean, the concept IS pretty overbearing and if I were a woman, I'd be totally annoyed too. Overall, while I liked Valentina's story, I was MUCH more interested in her sister Lois' story. She was more compelling IMO and I'm really looking forward to her book. This one felt rushed to me. Part of that may have just been me wanting to get to Lois's book too.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 05/17/2016)
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15 Ratings
Avg - 4.67
Auctioned to the Gentle Dom (MF) by Doris O'Connor (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$4.99
Categories: BDSM, Contemporary

This reviewer's rating: 4 - Good

Very good book. I loved Logan and liked Lindsey. Their story was very emotional--Logan finding love again and Lindsey's backstory of her accident and scars. I do wish we'd gotten a deeper insight into Lindsey though. She was almost 25, tended bar at the club, but didn't seems to do much else or have dreams or ambitions, really, side from her longstanding crush on Logan. We're told she was almost done with her degree when her accident happened. Did she finish? She hardly had money so was she just waiting for her inheritance to kick in? But she knew her father was using her for the inheritance so it's not like she'd see a penny. I just didn't quite get Lindey apart from her traumas. Who was she aside from that? I never really knew.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 05/16/2016)
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24 Ratings
Avg - 4.29

Love this book! I found Malayna really compelling----trying to get used to freedom, a father she never knew, trauma that would break most people, and an attraction to her 4 brave rescuers. My heart broke for her. I loved Star, Border, Krane and Lucca who loved Malayna fiercely. I must admit, after being disappointed in Nina's book (Baby Love), I was nervous about this one. But I was happy to find that in this book, the heroine felt more fleshed out. My only quibble was the climax with the villain. Vlladim was such a looming presence in this and previous books, but he hardly had any dialogue in this one. The final conflict for such a big villain was abrupt and a bit anticlimactic. I wish there had been more drama to it. Still, overall I really enjoyed this story. I hope we'll get a future story with Malayna's guards Dubkova and Murin. They were intriguing.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 05/01/2016)
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17 Ratings
Avg - 4.59
Jade (MFMMM) by Ashley Malkin (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$4.5
Categories: Menage a Trois/Quatre, Paranormal, Shape-shifter

This reviewer's rating: 3 - Average

Started off really well but the story lost energy even before the halfway point. I liked Jade but never felt like we got to know her well. The best, most illuminating scene was Asher talking to her about her paintings. That was wonderful and I wish there'd been more scenes like that. The heroes were good, but again, aside from Asher, not very fleshed out. Overall, the story lacked drama for me (except for Jade's escape at the beginning), both in action (heroes vs villains) and in romance.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 04/29/2016)
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29 Ratings
Avg - 4.66

Hmm. I'm conflicted on this book. Characters were 4.5. Plot was 3. I liked Nina and really felt for her--the fact that she never really had love I her life and was so lonely. I really liked the heroes. They were very cynical and black and white in their views, which felt very realistic. They had distinct and different personalities which I loved. But the plot itself was a bit boring. There was a lot of plotting by multiple characters who had different motivations. I liked the complexity. What I didn't like was the heroes basically being bystanders in the entire story. They were not active participants, aside from giving Nina a place to stay. Even Nina who was more active, seemed lost in the various mob dramas. As a character, things happened around her, but she wasn't really a catalyst for anything. She felt peripheral to her OWN story and that made me sad. I wanted to see the heroes ACTIVELY protecting her and the danger be ABOUT her. It wasn't, it was more about her brother and mob plots. Nina was forgotten. One thing I did love the most though we're the heroes finally having to work for her love and forgiveness. So, for me this was a mixed bag. I'm giving it a 4 based on the strength of the characters, even though the plot was really disappointing. Especially since I was so intrigued by Nina's plight in Book 1 and was expecting a much more suspenseful, dramatic read.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 04/15/2016)
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11 Ratings
Avg - 4.45
Triple H Ranch (MFMM) by Becca Van (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$5.5
Categories: Contemporary, Menage a Trois/Quatre, Western/Cowboys

This reviewer's rating: 3 - Average

I was really, really looking forward to reading this book based on the blurb and author. The story started off GREAT. Very suspenseful and tense as Cat ran for her life. The villain was a true killer which amped up the tension early on. Then, once Cat met her men, everything just sort of stopped. For the entire middle of the book, we didn't see much of the villain. There wasn't any dramatic tension regarding threats or attempts to her life. It was just the 4 of them kind of having the same conversations over and over. I liked the heroes, although Hank seemed a bit mean. The action picked up again at the end but overall, after such an awesome start, I was ultimately disappointed.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 04/11/2016)
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24 Ratings
Avg - 4.71

Very good book. This book goes back to the Russian mob world which I must admit, I could not get into when it was Aspen's story. But I loved Nalia--her toughness and strength. She did whatever she needed to survive and I especially loved that she was trained to defend herself. She was capable and not just a damsel in distress. For a heroine, she was a nice change of pace. As for the heroes--hot, hot, hot! The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars was the lull thru the whole middle of the book. After Nalia was taken to Salvation there wasn't much dramatic tension or feeling of danger until the last couple of chapters. Sure, that created time for the H/h to develop a relationship but it felt like nothing but sex scene after sex scene. Not that I don't love those lol, but more story mixed in would've been nice. I am SOOO looking forward to Malayna and Nina's books. Just the glimpses we got of their back stories were so compelling. I can't wait to read the rest of the series!

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 04/01/2016)
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20 Ratings
Avg - 4.65

I was eager to read Missy Ann's story since her introduction in the previous book (Eliza Grace's book). I liked Missy Ann. She was still recovering from being kidnapped and it was a slow process but I liked that it was realistic and not overly dramatic. She was realistic and knew her own limitations and issues. I loved Finn and Salvatore who were there for her from the beginning. I also appreciated that they didn't introduce her to Antonio and Billy for months, respecting her privacy and the need for her to heal. Also, I liked that Antonio and Billy were not ex soldiers or law enforcement. They were businessmen--a nice change of pace. So, overall, this was a nice, sweet story. I did have 2 issues: 1) The ending was very, very rushed. There was no real lead in to the drama near the end. It almost came out of nowhere. 2) Needed more action IMO. Had there been more action/drama throughout the book, the ending wouldn't have felt so rushed and abrupt. Still, despite those issues, I enjoyed the book.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 03/18/2016)
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26 Ratings
Avg - 4.69
Hot Sauce (MMF) by Tymber Dalton (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$6.5
Categories: BDSM, Contemporary, Menage a Trois/Quatre

This reviewer's rating: 3 - Average

An OK but very slow read. It took me almost a week to read this book. It was a bit weird to think about Reed & Lyle playing with Basco (Tony) then later developing a sexual relationship with Vanessa. It's not something that totally put me off from the story though. What put me off was the plodding, slow pace of the story. I understood it at first; obviously Basco's death & Vanessa's grief and pain wouldn't and shouldn't go away quickly or easily. But after awhile I just got bored. I liked all the characters but I needed more. More story that wasn't mired in grief. The story was kind of a downer, frankly, despite the HEA in the end.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 03/10/2016)
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26 Ratings
Avg - 4.23

THE GOOD: 1) Loved the heroes. I liked that Tazer & Lynch were their more intense of the men, while Burker and Parker were less so. The men were loving yet firm and I thought it was great that they had doubts and fears themselves. 2) Eliza Grace pretty good. She wanted to take control of her life and took steps to do that. I liked that she had that drive to succeed. THE BAD: Ms. Dwyer can be really repetitive. Eliza Grace is constantly being described as "petite" and "shy" by LITERALLY every character in the book. Every one. It made no sense that every person would constantly call her those things. Most of them didn't even know her. Same with the descriptions of the men--they are always sooo big and sooo scary and muscular and capable. It's overkill. 2). I wish the author would switch things up. The heroine's are always scared of intimacy because of a trauma from her past or an abusive boyfriend. I'm a sucker for damsels in distress and alpha heroes who save the days but it'd be nice to see heroines be a little less weak and scared all the time. 3). What's up with all the double names? Eliza Grace, Shelby Ann, Missy Ann. It's kind of annoying to constantly refer to people by both names. Overall, still a good book amd I am looking forward to Missy Ann's book.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 03/05/2016)
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293 Ratings
Avg - 4.58
Safe Harbor (MMF) by Tymber Dalton (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$7.5
Categories: BDSM, Menage a Trois/Quatre

This reviewer's rating: 5 - Outstanding

Ahhh, one of my all time faves by Tymber Dalton and a book I re-read a couple of time a year at least. Wonderful, emotional, thrilling story.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 03/04/2016)
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18 Ratings
Avg - 4.33
Town of Chance: Fight for Freedom (MFMM) by Dixie Lynn Dwyer (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$4.99
Categories: Contemporary, Menage a Trois/Quatre

This reviewer's rating: 3 - Average

Eh. I feel like I skimmed a lot of this. I really liked Caroline's story, and unfortunately with Shelby's book coming right after, this just felt redundant. Shelby's story was exactly like Caroline's and frankly, Caroline's book was much better IMO. I liked Shelby from previous books--in those she was strong and interesting. In this story, she seemed weak and weepy. I just couldn't get into it. I really liked Eliza though and am looking forward to her story.

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15 Ratings
Avg - 4.07

I like this series but this particular book didn't do anything for me. I couldn't connect to the main characters apart from 1 or 2 moments in the entire story. The heroine and heroes just seemed cold.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 03/01/2016)
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