Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Book Review: Trust the Focus by Megan Erickson


With his college graduation gown expertly pitched into the trash, Justin Akron is ready for the road trip he planned with his best friend Landry— and ready for one last summer of escape from his mother’s controlling grip. Climbing into the Winnebago his father left him, they set out across America in search of the sites his father had captured through the lens of his Nikon.

As an aspiring photographer, Justin can think of no better way to honor his father’s memory than to scatter his ashes at the sites he held sacred. And there’s no one Justin would rather share the experience with more than Landry.

But Justin knows he can’t escape forever. Eventually he’ll have to return home and join his mother’s Senate campaign. Nor can he escape the truth of who he is, and the fact that he’s in love with his out-and-proud travel companion.

Admitting what he wants could hurt his mother’s conservative political career. But with every click of his shutter and every sprinkle of ash, Justin can’t resist Landry’s pull. And when the truth comes into focus, neither is prepared for the secrets the other is hiding.

Dani's rating:

This book is AMAZING.

Seriously, I am blown away by the polished, engaging quality of the writing and the raw beauty of this ultimate new adult, best-friends-to-lovers, road trip story.

Justin blows hot and cold; he lashes out at Landry when he's really furious with himself, shaken by his own cowardice and inability to stand up to his controlling mother.

This was frustrating to read, but it also felt real. Sometimes we bury ourselves so deep, we no longer see a way out through the dark tunnel.

Even though the story is told from Justin's first-person POV, Landry's presence and persona shine through in the dialogue and his funny, on-point blog posts.

This isn't a heavily steamy book, but the love and connection between the men is palpable from page one. They share laughter and tears. They fight and cry. They leave and they return.

That first kiss, first time, first moment . . . it's everything.

"Remember what we said?"

"No if onlys," I repeated.

"No if onlys," [Lan] said softly. "Because we're here now. And this is the only place I want to be."

Landry, wearing his tats and gauges like armor, and Justin, believing his talent enough not to look at the screen and yet scared, so damn scared, of being himself . . . they're meant to be, you see.

When Justin has his epiphany, when he finally trusts his focus, I wept and clutched my Kindle.

Landry's parents are great, and even Justin's mom is a well-sketched character, not necessarily likable but believable.

But the two greatest secondary characters in this story are Justin's dad and Sally, which is quite a feat considering that Justin's dad is ashes in an urn (it's his ashes Jus and Lan are spreading on their road trip) and Sally is a camper van.

There is so much to love in this book: holding your best friend's hand; kissing under the stars; making a pit stop to ride the roller coaster; being 22 and free, with the whole road ahead.

What a ride! What a HEA! #JusLan

Oh, yeah, READ this book! This one's going on my best M/M romance of 2015 shelf.

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Book Review: Transparency, by Ethan Stone and Sara York

From the blurb:

Charlie is the quintessential bear. Big, muscular and hairy. But that isn’t the type of men he’s attracted to. He is drawn to men like Taylor—short, smooth, and sexy. Taylor is Charlie’s idea of the perfect twink. But there’s something about Taylor Charlie doesn’t know. Taylor is unsure about a lot of things, but when he sees Charlie, he instantly knows he wants him. The only issue standing in his way is how Taylor views his own masculinity. He’s afraid that Charlie will leave once he knows the secret Taylor wants to keep hidden. Can he be transparent with Charlie and allow him to look behind the image he's so carefully constructed?

AnnaLund's rating:

I won a copy of this book in a blog tour event, so I went blind into reading it, having no idea what it was going to be about.

Well, for one thing, it was too short! I really liked the characters, but everything happened so fast, and they fell so hard it was a little bit disconcerting. It is more an outline, a first draft of a story. They needed more flesh on their bones.

I liked viewing things from both sides, as the POV shifts were done really well (and I usually don’t like POV jumping at all).

I’m just not sure this is how things work in real life, but I am glad someone is writing about it. It made me think. It made me angry at the reactions. It made me scared for Taylor’s safety. What really got to me was the attitude in the gay circles. Talk about small-minded fools.

There was a bit too much explicit sex in it for my personal taste, but your mileage probably varies. It could have gone one more time through the editing process, but on the whole, it is a nice short story about a different kind of life. And of how we should all just start accepting people as they are.

Spotlight: Trust The Focus by Megan Erickson

Today we shine the spotlight on Megan Erickson and 

Trust The Focus

Megan has brought a special treat with her - a character interview with Landry! And there's a giveaway, too!

But first, some info about the book...


With his college graduation gown expertly pitched into the trash, Justin Akron is ready for the road trip he planned with his best friend Landry— and ready for one last summer of escape from his mother’s controlling grip. Climbing into the Winnebago his father left him, they set out across America in search of the sites his father had captured through the lens of his Nikon.

As an aspiring photographer, Justin can think of no better way to honor his father’s memory than to scatter his ashes at the sites he held sacred. And there’s no one Justin would rather share the experience with more than Landry.

But Justin knows he can’t escape forever. Eventually he’ll have to return home and join his mother’s Senate campaign. Nor can he escape the truth of who he is, and the fact that he’s in love with his out-and-proud travel companion.

Admitting what he wants could hurt his mother’s conservative political career. But with every click of his shutter and every sprinkle of ash, Justin can’t resist Landry’s pull. And when the truth comes into focus, neither is prepared for the secrets the other is hiding.


The waitress handed us our plates and we found a corner booth. It was mid afternoon, after the lunch rush, so we had the place mostly to ourselves except for two older women in the far corner. The sandwich was amazing. Buttery toasted bread that crunched when I bit into it and ooey-gooey cheese with crispy bacon and ripe tomatoes. I must have moaned because when I looked up, Landry was staring at me.


“Um, you okay there?”

Release Blitz: Broken by Cynthia Eden

(Lost Series, Bk #1)
By Cynthia Eden


The first novel in New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Eden’s sizzling LOST series introduces the Last Option Search Team, an elite unit that must protect the only surviving victim of a serial killer.

Ex-SEAL and LOST founder Gabe Spencer is accustomed to the unusual in his job. But when knockout Eve Gray steps into his office, he’s rattled. For the mysterious woman is a dead ringer for the heiress thought to be the latest prey of the serial killer who goes by the name Lady Killer.

When Eve awoke in an Atlanta hospital, her past was a blank slate. Then she recognized her own face in the newspaper and vowed to learn the truth. Determined to confront the nightmares hidden in her mind, she never expects to find a partner in Gabe.

As Gabe and Eve work together, their explosive attraction becomes irresistible. Gabe knows that his desire for Eve is growing too strong, bordering on a dangerous obsession, but nothing pulls him away from her. And when another Eve lookalike disappears, Gabe vows to protect Eve at all costs. While Eve may have forgotten the killer in her past, it’s clear he hasn’t forgotten her.

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“Do you think I’m a con artist or a victim?”

“I think you’re a woman who has been hurt.” No denying that. “One of my team members, Wade Monroe, is contacting the Montgomery family. We’ll get DNA from them and find out—”

“If I’m Jessica.” There was hope in the words. Enough hope to break his heart.

Gabe nodded.

“When will we know?”

It would take a few days, even with the strings that he could pull. “As soon as possible,” he said, not wanting to give her a specific timetable.

“Thank you.” Then, just like that, she was across the car, giving him a tight hug. “Thank you.”

His arms wrapped around her, an instinctive response. She smelled faintly of flowers, a sweet scent that teased his nose, and her body was soft against his.

She tried to pull away, as if realizing what she’d just done.

For an instant he was tempted to hold her, to keep her close.

She’s a client. Focus.

He let her go, but his body ached.

“I … um … I should get inside.”

Yes, she should. While he was still clutching tight to his control. The control that said he shouldn’t push her. Shouldn’t want her so much. Not when she’d already been hurt so badly.

Her fingers reached for the door.

“Let me,” he said, voice rumbling, and Gabe climbed from the Jag. In seconds he was on the passenger side, opening her door for her. She rose, and her body brushed against his.

He stepped back. Distance. He seriously needed to put some distance between then. But even with some fast steps back, he could still smell that light and sexy scent that clung to her body. 

And he still wanted her.

“Your shrink asked me a lot of questions about you,” Eve told him as she stood temptingly close.

Gabe inclined his head. “I’m sure—”

“I think she wanted to know why I respond so much to you.”

Oh, hell, she’d just said … He cleared his throat even as part of his body surged in quick response to her. “It’s a tense situation, you’re—”

“You don’t look at me as if I’m a victim.”

He stopped talking.

“I mean, you know what I am, but you still look at me and seem to just see me … as a woman.”

“Others see you the same way.” Doc Tyler sure did. Bastard.

“It’s different with you,” she murmured as she stepped even closer to him. Her head had tilted back so she could look into his eyes. “I don’t know what I’ve felt for other men before.”

Why did the idea of others have his body knotting with tension?

“But I know that when I see you, I want.” A hushed confession. “I just … I needed to tell you that.”

Monday, March 30, 2015

Underneath His Armor (Outlaw MC2) by James Cox

What if bad guys ruled the world and the good guys were the outlaws? As President of the Outlaw MC of Mars, Knox needs to keep his head clear and always stay on alert. That’s easier said than done. In the middle of this war with the government, another MC wants to start making some big moves. Knox knows they need to watch their back but he always wants to protect his club brothers. The laws are too chaotic not to bend and try to break. Women are for breeding. Dark skinned men are slaves. Homosexuals are executed. He had a problem with all of them. Especially the last part, because Knox was in love with his Vice President.

Knox and Liam grew up watching each other’s back. That didn’t change when they were both sent to prison or when they turned helplessness into a thriving motorcycle club. But Knox is determined to keep Liam at a distance to keep the MC objective safe. Then Liam is injured and Knox is faced with a terrible truth. What if Liam dies before Knox can say just how much he loves the sexy VP?

Explosions, hover bikes, corruption and hot sex. Mars is supposed to be humanities savoir but will it keep two men from finding happiness in each other arms?

Dani's rating:

This story is, unsurprisingly, SMEXY as FUCK.

James Cox writes really good sex, and the MCs in Underneath His Armor aren't just alpha males; they are badass, tattooed, motherfucking OUTLAWS who ride hover bikes and fight the government.

Underneath His Armor is a gritty dystopian action flick cum romance set on Mars, where humans live following the destruction of Earth, which is now used as a prison colony.

Life on Mars is bleak. Women are used as breeding machines; people of color are enslaved; and homosexuality is punishable by death. Sound familiar?

If not, check out the latest in U.S. politics, because sadly it's really not all that far-fetched.

Knox (Outlaw) and Liam (Lover) have been best friends forever, but Knox wants to focus on the war against the government and thus resists Liam. This doesn't make a whole lot of sense, but Knox is stubborn.

ARC Review: Food for Thought by Amy Lane

Food for Thought (Tales of the Curious Cookbook)Blurb:

  Emmett Gant was planning to tell his father something really important one Sunday morning—but his father passed away first. Now, nearly three years later, Emmett can't seem to clear up who he should be with—the girl with the apple cheeks and the awesome family, or his snarky neighbor, Keegan, who never sees his family but who makes Emmett really happy just by coming over to chat.

Emmett needs clarity.

Fortunately for Emmett, his best friend’s mom has a cookbook that promises to give Emmett insight and good food, and Emmett is intrigued. After the cookbook follows him home, Emmett and Keegan decide to make the recipe “For Clarity,” and what ensues is both very clear—and a little surprising, especially to Emmett's girlfriend. Emmett is going to have to think hard about his past and the really important thing he forgot to tell his father if he wants to get the recipe for love just right.

Todd’s rating:

I quite enjoyed this latest light, fluffy novella from Amy.

Emmett knew that he was loved growing up; however, it's one thing to know it and another to have it shown to you, regularly and with feeling.

Emmett's mother left when he was very young, so he was left to be raised by his stoic, quiet father. But children need to be shown that they're loved and feel it in their little bones, so Emmett began to gravitate toward his best friend Vinnie's family home more often than his own.

There he was shown, without a doubt, that he was loved by their entire large family, while his dad mostly watched and waited for him on their front porch next door. Showing him that he is loved, but unable to express it.

But after having his heart broken by his first boyfriend, Jordyn, his college roommate, before he could come out to his father, he's devastated and climbs back into the closet.

After college, Emmett begins dating a woman, Christine (aka "Chris-thing"), as his adorable, flaming next door neighbor, Keegan, refers to her.

Keegan has always been there for Emmett, from the day he broke down shortly after moving into his new home, missing his recently-departed father. And Emmett regularly uses his free time, which could be spent with Christine, to spend time with Keegan. And Keegan does notice.

And Keegan isn't the only who doesn't like "Chris-thing". Emmett's sassy, vindictive cat, George, also hates her with a fiery vengeance; pooping on any item that she leaves behind.

Everything finally comes to a head while Emmett and Keegan are trying out recipes from a family heirloom cookbook from Vinnie's mother. Queue squishy lube sounds and a girl screaming from shock in 3... 2... 1... GO!

The story was short and sweet, with very little angst, but I definitely felt the connection between Emmett and Keegan.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

ARC Review: My Dumb Jock (Dumb Jock #6) by Jeff Erno

My Dumb Jock (Dumb Jock, #6)Blurb:
 The final book in the Dumb Jock series brings us back to Jeff and Brett thirty-plus years after their “happily ever after.” Jeff, now a university professor, and Brett, CEO of a sporting equipment company, prepare to celebrate Brett’s fiftieth birthday. Suddenly, a devastating emergency derails all plans. Fear and unknown questions force the couple to look back on a lifetime of struggles as an openly gay couple just starting out in the 1980s. My Dumb Jock chronicles their life together, beginning after the sports banquet at the conclusion of book one, continuing through their college years, engagement, wedding, and the birth of their children. Together they shoulder homophobia and rejection and build their own family in the face of many crippling losses and temptations. This final book of the series brings together an entire cast of characters from five books, all connected by one remarkable couple. A couple not quite ready to say good-bye.

Todd’s rating:

I've loved the Dumb Jock series by Jeff Erno since I read the first book back in 2012, so I was thrilled when I saw that a wrap-up book had been written.

This "jock and nerd fall in love" series is one of the best I've read and has always held a special place in my heart, so reading this final book was a lot like getting the Extended Edition Director's Cut of "Lord of the Rings" for me.

We get the equivalent of the Deleted Scenes, which provide us with a LOT of additional information as to what went into ultimately building Jeff and Brett's large extended family that make up the very full lives of the MC's from the first book. And it truly is a family.

I especially loved the introduction of Jeff's nephew, Randy, who was the happy accident that ultimately ended up showing Jeff and Brett how much they wanted children of their own, then we found out just how their biological children, Adam and Lisa, came into being.

We also were privy to previously-uncharted waters that Jeff and Brett sailed through, such as overcoming tempting advances from others, which could have derailed their relationship when Brett left for college and Jeff had to remain in their hometown to finish up high school.

We also witnessed the loss of a few of the supporting characters, due to illness, old age and, finally, AIDS, not to mention a near-fatal heart attack experienced by one of the main characters himself.

I would not recommend the book to anyone who hasn't read the other books in the series, as they'd be completely lost without the previous character setups.

ARC Review: For a Rainy Afternoon (Tales of the Curious Cookbook) by RJ Scott

Robbie MacIntyre manages a small post office in the old Station House on the outskirts of sleepy Barton Hartshourn northwest of London. He’s stunned when the owner, Maggie, a close friend, bequeaths him not only the post office, but also Station House.

The rest of her estate is left to an American writer, Jason Young, and when he moves to the village, Robbie is thrown by the attraction he has for the man who has more of a claim on the Station House than he does.

Then there is a box that holds several rare first editions and a cookbook. Only when the secrets of the ingredients in a particular recipe are finally revealed does everything begin to make sense, and a love cut short seventy years earlier is finally discovered.

Dani's rating:

I like R.J. Scott's writing, and I enjoyed the small British village setting in For a Rainy Afternoon. The village of Burton Hartshorn, population 300, is as far off the beaten path as one can get.

That's why Robbie, manager of the town's post office/bakery/café, is so surprised to see a gorgeous American trying to locate Apple Tree Cottage, which used to belong to Maggie.

Maggie was Robbie's friend and surrogate grandmother. She made the best applesauce cake and gave Robbie much needed direction. Robbie's been bereft since Maggie's passing, but Jason intrigues him.

When Robbie and Jason are thrown together, they discover that their meeting is no accident.

Even though Maggie is on page only briefly, her presence shines through in the story. We learn more about her past and her connection to Jason and his family.

I felt like Maggie was a better developed character than either Robbie or Jason. Robbie is the fist-person narrator, so we are privy to his thought process, but Jason remained shrouded in mystery.

Jason is an author, but we never get a sense of the books he writes. He is wealthy, but we know next to nothing about his family and past.

Many of Jason and Robbie's interactions are summarized, and the steam/passion is almost nonexistent. This wasn't a surprise to me, as Scott's books are generally low on the steam, but I felt the lack strongly in this story.

Blogtour: Dance-Off by Ariel Tachna and Nessa L. Warin

Dance Off 
By Ariel Tachna & Nessa L. Warin

On the reality show Dance Off, pro rugby player Olivier Gautier and Olympic swimmer JC Webster each have one goal in mind: to stay on the show as long as possible to earn his charity of choice maximum exposure and a larger donation. As the competition heats up, their goals expand to catching each other's interest, but Olivier is firmly in the closet and plans to stay there. JC is willing to be discreet, but not to hide forever.
Starting a romance with another man is challenge enough for any celebrity, but doing it under the microscope of reality TV—and one majorly intolerant costar—is even harder. Add in meddling dance pros, JC’s overbearing family, and the need to play up chemistry with dance partners to win America’s hearts, and JC and Olivier’s time together is looking more and more like a recipe for disaster.
As the pressure to stay in the competition mounts, JC and Olivier must face their inevitable separation at the end of the show as well as decide whether a relationship as complicated as theirs can survive in the real world, outside the bubble of the set and practice studios.

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Saturday, March 28, 2015

ARC Review: The Merchant of Death by Lisa Henry and J.A. Rock

The Merchant of Death (Playing the Fool, #2)
From the blurb:
There’s something rotten in the state of Indiana. When con man Henry Page takes it upon himself to investigate the death of an elderly patient at a care facility, he does so in true Shakespearean tradition: dressed as a girl.

FBI Agent Ryan “Mac” McGuinness has more to worry about than Henry’s latest crazy idea. Someone is trying to send him a message—via a corpse with a couple of bullets in it. He needs to figure out who’s trying to set him up before he gets arrested, and he really doesn’t have time for Henry’s shenanigans. Then again, he’d probably be able to focus better if Henry didn’t look so damn distracting in a babydoll dress and a wig.

But when Mac discovers that Henry has been keeping a secret that connects the cases, he has to find a way to live on the right side of the law when he just might be in love with the wrong sort of man

Heather's rating:

If you can get past the so-so first book in this series, you are in for a TREAT! This book was awesome! It was sexy, fun, exciting- it had it all!

Warning to readers: Don't start this book past dinnertime! I started this book fairly late at night and couldn't put it down until morning.

This book was so good because we got deeper into Henry and Mac's lives. We meet Henry's sister, learn more about Henry and Mac's back-stories, and we get to see their relationship grow and evolve.

This book was also more exciting than the previous books. There is action and suspense, but most importantly, there is FUN! There is a lightness to this book that struck exactly the right balance.

Book Review: Chance of the Heart by Kade Boehme

Chance of the HeartBlurb:
 The path to happiness isn't always the easiest.

Chance Becket's life was mapped out. He'd one day own the ranch he grew up on, have a family, and be the son he was raised to be, like all good boys in Small Town, U.S.A.

When his high school sweetheart calls for a break during her last semester of college, the last place Chance thought he'd end up was in his old friend Bradley's bed.

Bradley Heart blasted out of the closet before his family could name him heir apparent to his father's church. After six years away, a job layoff has him coming home to work behind the scenes. He and his father have little interaction and he's fine with it staying that way when he returns home. Going back into the closet, for any reason, is not on his list of things to do. But Chance may prove too much a temptation, especially with the simmering feelings they’ve had for one another since they were teens.

Confused over his sexuality, Chance has to decide what’s more important -- loyalty to his family and the path set forth, or the promise of happiness with not just the only man, but the only person, he's ever really wanted.

Todd’s rating:

Wow. Just... wow.

I. Loved. This. Book.

The mentality of the people in Red River, TX sounded very much like that of my own tiny hometown of 500 people in East Tennessee.

It was expected that you think what everyone else thought. Feel how everyone else felt. Be what everyone else was. Believe what everyone else believed. And want what everyone else wanted.

And growing up as a young gay man amidst all of those expectations? It. Was. Awful.

And like Boehme's main character, Chance, I didn't come out until my early/mid-20's. However, unlike Chance, I avoided girls like flesh eating zombies (with lady bits, *cringe*), but can completely relate to *wanting* to give in and doing what's expected.

Fortunately for me, though, I was a strong-willed little bastard and stuck to my little pre-gay guns, biding my time. (For those who know me, I know what a shock that is.) hehe ;- )

So MC #1, Chance, tows the line, following the beaten path, until his collegiate soon-to-be fiancé imposes a semester-long break on their relationship, to allow Chance time to make sure that committing to a life with her is genuinely what he wants.

Then faster than you can say "assless chaps", Chance somehow finds himself an hour and a half from home and in a gay bar. He supposedly doesn't know why he's drawn there, but I believe that, like the song says, the heart wants what it wants.

And, luckily for Chance, he runs into his life-long crush, Bradley Heart, who fled their hometown during college, after being rejected by his wealthy televangelist father when he came out.

After a night of passion that finally helps Chance realize what he's wanted all these years, he freaks out and returns to Red River, but can't stop thinking about Bradley and the night when they connected so deeply, both emotionally and physically.

But Bradley, being recently laid off, ended it with a cheating ex and losing his lux apartment, moves back to Red River to lick his wounds and regroup.

This gives our two heroes another bite at the apple. And bite they do. Repeatedly and with gusto, while our voyeuristic little hearts get to watch all that steamy, sexy action. And let me tell you. SO. HOT.

Spotlight: Max and The Prince by RJ Scott

Today we welcome RJ Scott with the latest from the Bodyguards Inc. series, 

Max And The Prince


Bodyguard Max Connery is used to being mistaken for being younger than he is.
Being carded every time he buys a beer is usual. Even though he's just turned twenty eight and has two tours in Afghanistan as a pilot under his belt.
When a threat is made on the life of a prince attending University in the UK, Max is the perfect choice to blend in with students and to keep Prince Lucien safe. Even if it means joining the swim team to be by his side.
But, when death visits the University, abruptly this job is a long way past keeping the prince happy and safe. Instead Max has to keep Lucien alive.

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“I have a swim meet soon, but I’d like to get a training swim in tonight,” Lucien said. He sounded nervous, but his chin was up and his stance screamed try and stop me.

“Okay. I’ll need to borrow trunks.” He turned just in time to see a smirk on Lucien’s face. “What’s funny?”

“I only have Speedos,” he said.

Max groaned inwardly. “And you think I wouldn’t want to use those because…?”

Lucien wrinkled his nose. “Swimming is possibly the most homoerotic team sport there is, well, that and diving. Think you can handle that?” He was smiling, like this was a joke to him. The idea of his big, or maybe small, bad bodyguard in Speedos with other guys was clearly funny.

“I can handle guys in tight Speedos,” Max reassured him. There was only one person he’d be looking at and that was Lucien. “There’s something you should probably know at this point. I’m gay.”

Lucien’s eyebrows climbed so high they nearly disappeared under the hair falling on his forehead. “Wow, my gaydar is completely nonfunctioning.”

Max shrugged and checked his watch. “We need to eat. What time do we need to be at the pool?”

“It’s open until ten. I get there at about half eight when a lot of people have left.”

“So how long after we eat do we swim?”

Lucien frowned. “I eat, then I walk, then I swim.” He even added in the motions of eating, walking, and swimming.

“I meant, how long do you need to wait after eating before swimming?” Max recalled the old adage “Never swim on a full stomach,” but from the way Lucien was looking at him, maybe that was an old wives’ tale.

Lucien brightened. “Oh right. We’ll be fine by the time we get there.”

Max decided to change the conversation, bright happy Lucien was way too distracting. He coughed to clear his throat.

“Did you include the staff at the pool on the list of suspects?” Max was being serious and it was his job to ask, he just wished he could do something about the sudden look of disappointment on Lucien’s face.

Friday, March 27, 2015

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