Friday, October 20, 2023

Better Watch Out By Natalie Walters

Better Watch Out
by Natalie Walters
Publisher: Tnk
Series: A Defensemen Romantic Holiday Adventure
ISBN: 978-1962513012

You guys, if a Natalie Walters book is being published, you gotta know I'll be the first one to want to read it! Just a hint that there's a new book coming gets me giddy! I was on the launch team for her new book Better Watch Out and she sent me the ebook ARC for review.


An accidental meet-cute, a case of mistaken identity, and a bucket-list of Christmas activities befitting a Hallmark movie make this holiday romantic adventure the perfect Christmas read. 

Leave the candy canes, take the pepper spray!

Nothing screams Christmas like a week spent ice skating, visiting Santa, and sharing a kiss or two under the mistletoe. Frannie Frost has crafted the perfect bucket list of romantic activities to surprise her boyfriend in the most magical place at Christmas time-New York City. When he unexpectedly becomes her ex, her plans are derailed leaving her with a choice. Wallow in self-pity at Christmas time or take matters into her own hands. 

Former NHL defenseman turned personal protection agent, Andrew Bishop, loves his job-when things go as planned-but Frannie Frost is definitely not part of the plan. Still, when her brother, the man who saved Andrew's life last year, asks him to deliver his sister safely to the airport, he can't say no.

The only problem? Frannie isn't leaving. She's determined to make the most of her trip by checking off a bucket list of cliché Christmas activities that would make even Santa's elves jealous. Andrew's content to let her go until he learns that Frannie's been mistaken for his client and thrust into the midst of danger.

My Review:

Natalie Walters does it again with Better Watch Out! Fantastic suspense and I can't wait to get to know more Defensemen!

I happened to be in New York City when I started this story, so that was perfect! We meet Frannie who is ready to become engaged to her boyfriend in NYC! What could be better and more romantic at Christmas time? Except... things don't go quite as planned as Frannie hoped.

Attempting to get to family in D.C. things go haywire. Thank goodness Frannie's brother, Ryan, has his friend Andrew on the scene. Their meet-cute is more of a painful and hilarious meeting. You can't help but feel so bad for Frannie. Things are just not going her way. The humor in this story will have you busting a gut, so be prepared if you're reading in public like I was on the train! I was not prepared.

Because of a mistaken identity, getting to the airport isn't smooth sailing. Frannie is a bit of a spit fire who is rather innocent in her way of thinking. I mean, she's a small town girl with Ryan for her brother, which makes quite the mix. Andrew is an ex-hockey player who is now a bodyguard. Unfortunately, some people think he's protecting the wrong person, so a mistaken identity goes wrong in so many ways. That mistaken identity propels the story forward and adds the suspense element!

While I loved both of the main characters, I have to say, the author knows how to create strong male characters who draw the reader to them. Their strong sense of protection, while trying their best to allow the woman in their life to have their own strength just makes them all that more appealing! I always appreciate that the women she writes have their own strengths, but come around to realizing they can't do it all themselves. THANK GOODNESS because along with that always comes the sweet romance.

And let's talk about that romance! It was nice that, while the timing is short that Andrew and Frannie know each other, you can see how easily they were able to build feelings for each other. It was very sweet and I completely had heart eyes for the both of them by the end of the book!

I was a bit confused connecting all of the dots as to why the bad guys were going after Valentina Malone, who Frannie was mistaken for, but aside from that, the entire story was romantically suspenseful!

About the Author:

Natalie Walters is a best selling author who loves writing romantic suspense with dynamic plots, memorable characters, humor, heart, and adventure. 

As an Army wife, she fills her stories with the right balance of romantic and suspenseful tension to get the heart-racing and a cast of witty characters--all of which, may or may not be inspired by true people and/or events.

When she's not writing, she's dreaming of her next vacation, spending time with her family, or chasing after her sock-eating Goldendoodle, Scout. Annnd binging CourtTv.

Wednesday, October 18, 2023

The Lost Boys of Barlowe Theater By Jaime Jo Wright

The Lost Boys of Barlowe Theater
by Jaime Jo Wright
Publisher: Bethany House
ISBN: 9780764241444

I'm SUCH a huge fan of Jaime Jo Wright's books. You'll find all kinds of reviews of her books on my blog. If you're like me, and a bit cautious to read her books, I get it! I remember how nervous I was before I read my first one. But you only need one gateway book of hers to become addicted to her writing! Trust me, I wouldn't steer you wrong. She sent me her book for review.


It promises beauty but steals life instead. Will the ghosts of Barlowe Theater entomb them all?

Barlowe Theater stole the life of Greta Mercy's eldest brother during its construction. Now in 1915, the completed theater appears every bit as deadly. When Greta's younger brother goes missing after breaking into the building, Greta engages the assistance of a local police officer to help her unveil the already ghostly secrets of the theater. But when help comes from an unlikely source, Greta decides that to save her family she must uncover the evil that haunts the theater and put its threat to rest.

Decades later, Kit Boyd's best friend vanishes during a ghost walk at the Barlowe Theater, and old stories of mysterious disappearances and ghoulish happenings are revived. Then television ghost-hunting host and skeptic Evan Fisher joins Kit in the quest to identify the truth behind the theater's history. Kit reluctantly agrees to work with him in hopes of finding her missing friend. As the theater's curse unravels Kit's life, she is determined to put an end to the evil that has marked the theater and their hometown for the last century.

My Review:

Well, she's done it again! Jaime Jo Wright has sucked me into her world of suspense and speculation with The Lost Boys of Barlowe Theater! WHAT is going on at Barlowe Theater? Crazy things are happening... or are they?

We meet Greta and her friends at the Theater in 1915 when a baby falls from one of the boxes! Of course, all chaos ensues. We start to get to know Greta, her brothers, and their life situation - which isn't a good one even IF it's just Kipper's Grove, WI! We also get to know her more elite friends Eleanor and Oscar. Trust me, you'll come to love them as much as I did!

In the current day we get to know Kit and her friends... not surprisingly, at Barlowe Theater! Another disappearance happens and once more there's a lot of chaos! What in the world is going on? Evan is in town with a crew from a ghost hunting tv show and he plans on debunking his co-star, Heather. Except, she's hearing voices and seeing visions!

Y'all, Jaime Jo is the queen of keeping us guessing! You know how it goes. You start off switching between timelines and it's all fine and dandy until things start to ramp up and she CUTS you off at the end of the chapter, right when something is about to happen, and picks up in the other timeline! GAH! I was shaking my fist at her so many times. hahahaha It just made me read faster. There were moments where I "almost" flipped to the next timeline JUST to find out what was going to happen, but I forced myself to go through the process of diving back into the other time period.

And just like in Scooby Do, I had zero idea who was involved in the missing kids, the mysterious deaths, and the odd happenings in 1915. In the current time, I was as surprised as Kit was! I'm sure if someone would've watched me reading towards the end they would've caught me with my jaw dropped.

If you want a heap of creepiness that factors in faith for an edge of your seat read, this one will fill that need! It's just an overall fantastic read!

About the Author:

Jaime Jo Wright ( is the author of ten novels, including Christy Award and Daphne du Maurier Award-winner The House on Foster Hill and Carol Award winner The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond. She's also a two-time Christy Award finalist, as well as the ECPA bestselling author of The Vanishing at Castle Moreau and two Publishers Weekly bestselling novellas. Jaime lives in Wisconsin with her family and felines.

Saturday, October 14, 2023

Forever After All By Mandi Blake

Forever After All
by Mandi Blake
Publisher: Mandi Blake
ISBN: 978-1953372468

I was so thrilled when Mandi reached out to me to ask me to review her new book that was just coming out! I have a couple of her books on my Kindle, but hadn't had a chance to read them yet. She sent me Forever After All for my review.


He's stranded with his best friend. Is it a chance for love, or will a threat from his past steal their happy ending?

Jess Patton is blunt, but there’s one person who never bats an eye when she speaks her mind. When that same man rescues her from a bad blind date, her rapidly beating heart is impossible to ignore. Suddenly, she's second-guessing everything she knows about him.

After everything he’s seen and done, Lincoln North knows he doesn’t deserve a woman like Jess. Not only is she gorgeous, but she doesn’t play games, and being around her is as easy as breathing. She’s also the only woman who has ever made him wish he were a better man, so watching her try to find love with anyone but him might just be the death of him.

In a twist of fate Linc never saw coming, they wind up stranded together in a mountain cabin. As Jess starts to see Linc in a whole new light, he’s tempted to believe he might have a shot at happiness with her.

But Linc’s past is as dark as midnight, and it's waiting for him back at the ranch. Linc and Jess have more than a storm standing between them and their happily ever after. Will they weather it together, or will he be forced to push her away to keep her safe?

Forever After All is a sweet friends to more redemption romance and the sixth book in the Wolf Creek Ranch series

My Review:

Well, this was a fun introduction to this author's writing! And yes, I know it's book six in a series. I definitely do not read enough books set on a ranch with a good does of romance. This story was a fantastic contemporary romance!

There was a lot to love about this book! Linc and Jess had so much going on in their lives and finding their way together (is that possible) was going to be hard won!

Linc's past and life in the foster system hasn't done him any favors. Thankfully, he's found a job he enjoys and people who genuinely care about him. I loved seeing the care everyone had for each other at Wolf Creek Ranch. Jess's family history is certainly one leaving a lot to be desired. Because of the hand life dealt her, she lives in a world of black and white. Where everything needs to be straightforward.

Honestly, they're a perfect match, except Jess is dating all of the men EXCEPT Linc. Of course, it's a little hard when neither of them will admit to their growing feelings. It was pretty funny because I just wanted to yell at them, but thankfully the other characters at the ranch knew exactly what they needed to see what was right in front of them. One of the other obstacles was the fact that Linc hadn't given his life to Christ yet. 

The story kept giving them opportunity after opportunity, but in their brokenness it was hard for them to open up or give in a little. It was fun and agonizing being on the sidelines. They'd come so close and then thwarted! 

There were some harrowing moments in the story that gave a bit of suspense and kept the story moving forward. The romance was spot on. I appreciated the thread of faith in the story and that it was a vital piece to Linc and Jess having a relationship.

Now it's time to go back and read the first five books and get to know the rest of the cast of characters!

About the Author:

Mandi Blake was born and raised in Alabama where she lives with her husband and daughter, but her southern heart loves to travel. Reading has been her favorite hobby for as long as she can remember, but writing is her passion. She loves a good happily ever after in her sweet Christian romance books and loves to see her characters' relationships grow closer to God and each other.

You can sign up for her newsletter and get the free novella, South of Skye, and the free full-length book, A Thousand Words.

Thursday, October 5, 2023

Silent Stars By Brett Armstrong + Interview + Give Away

Silent Stars JustRead Blog Tour

Welcome to the Blog Tour for Silent Stars by Brett Armstrong, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours! Be sure to read below for my interview with the author!

About the Book

Silent Stars

Title: Silent Stars
Tomorrow's Edge #3
Brett Armstrong
Expanse Books
Release Date:
September 26, 2023
Christian, Dystopian, Science Fiction

AD 2040: Barely eighteen, things have become much harder for Elliott. Reeling from the losses during the confrontation that brought Project Alexandria to a halt, Elliott feverishly hunts for the original files needed to finish it off. Finding only dead ends, he instead stumbles upon something dire: messages about the Babel Initiative. Conceived as a successor that would make Project Alexandria’s manipulations seem tame, this new threat once again forces Elliott into alliances with morally grey programmers known as Siegers. Beset by continual setbacks and defeats, many Siegers abandon the cause and go underground to survive the dangers ahead. The bleak reality that Elliott and those closest to him are almost certain to die in the fight against Dr. Almundson begins to set in. But Elliott isn’t ready to give up. He knows the cost of such a silent surrender will be humanity itself.

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Author Interview

1. How did your degree fit into the writing of this story/series?
Admittedly, a lot of Elliott’s struggles early on with feeling like he’s an artist but being
required to work as a programmer mirrored how I felt in college. But, also like Elliott, I
discovered that through my engineering degrees I’ve been more at ease and more
realistic in how I tell science fiction stories. Having an understanding of programming
and computers helps enormously when imagining where things might go. I naturally
gravitate towards a focus on world-building and a key to it is to take real world things
that are familiar and relatable, but give them a fantastical twist to both ground the
reader in the world and at the same time give them the thrill of being somewhere
exciting and new. I think having gone through the courses for programming, and then
doing that as my day job, has really helped me to find that balance or real and imagined
for the Tomorrow’s Edge series.

2. In what ways do you see fiction colliding with reality when it comes to technology?
I saw a meme of a Venn diagram of 1984, Brave New World, Fahrenheit 451, and other
famous dystopian stories and at the very center was “You are here.” I think that’s a
pretty good summary of where we’re at in terms of fiction and reality hitting each other.
A good example of how things are is that when I first starting writing Day Moon I
wanted to give Director Ohlmstadt, a major villain in the series, some credentials for
how he got to his lofty position in Project Alexandria. So, I imagined that he did it by
finding a way to alter video, audio, and images dynamically. By the time Day Moon
released, I read my first articles about a new tech development called Deep Fake.
Which is essentially what the character I imagined had developed. And by the time
book two, Veiled Sun, released, Deep Fake was being taught at universities and MIT
went so far as to craft a fictional version of the Apollo 11 landing where it failed. They
created Deep Fake videos of President Nixon consoling the nation, newspaper articles
from all the major news outlets with headlines saying it was a tragic failure, and so
much more. In the span of like six years, I saw something I imagined as terrible and
dangerous for us existentially come to life. The good and bad thing about science fiction
is that it tends to look ahead and imagine what can be. It helps excite us, inspire us, and
lead to innovations. But it also so often its warnings go unheeded and instead of
preparing us they numb us. The Tomorrow’s Edge series is full technology that is good
in and of itself, but no one counts the silent costs or protects against the hidden dangers
until everyone is too deeply immersed to turn back.

3. How have you seen Elliot change over the course of the three books in the series?
In some ways, he has most definitely changed. He’s much more confident in his abilities
and doesn’t have as much angst and doubt about why he’s on the path that he’s on.
There are several hard lessons he has to learn throughout Silent Stars, but overall I
think he’s managed to become much more resilient and is a much more active
participant in what’s transpiring. At the same time, he’s also managed to hold onto his
endearing (and at times pain-filled) trait of assuming the best about people and not
losing sight of their value as people even in the face of the mistakes and wrongs they
may commit. It’s enviable for me how he’s not really naïve, just forgiving and

4. If you could create a piece of technology that would benefit humanity, what would it be?
It’s an ironic answer, but I would want to create Project Alexandria from the
Tomorrow’s Edge series, at least in the capacity that Elliott’s grandfather had intended
it, before sinister forces corrupted it. A single place where all human knowledge can be
freely accessed and people can communicate freely all across the world. Where no
borders can hold out the Gospel, where no one is barred from learning critical
information or has difficulty finding it. It just sounds incredible. Of course, that’s what
Elliott’s grandfather thought. The downfall of it all is that people can corrupt just about
anything in this world and technology is ever a double-edged sword, capable of being
used for good or evil purposes.

5. Do you find it easier to write Christian SciFi or Christian Fantasy? Or do you find similar
elements cross over?
I’ve been very blessed that writing both Tomorrow’s Edge and Quest of Fire series have
been so enjoyable for me and it’s been so easy to slip into either. I think from a world
building perspective, the attributes of the building blocks may be different, but the
purposes and techniques are identical. Likewise, characters may face a certain version
of an obstacle to overcome, but the purposes behind both facing the obstacle/hardship
and the corresponding development for the characters underneath it all look very
similar. It’s all about giving readers something familiar to anchor them and something
incredible to look at simultaneously. To me writing any fiction is always very purposed.
Fiction can be entertaining and escapist, but by I always want to write a story such that
by the end the reader is better equipped to face the obstacles and hardships of the real
world. And both sci fi and fantasy are incredibly effective genres for doing that.

6. When you start a series, do you know how many books it will be broken into or do you figure
it out as you go along? And how do you decide where to stop one story and start the next?
This series only covers a year so a lot must happen in all three books!
I haven’t been very consistent about how I decide that. With the Quest of Fire series, I
knew it was going to be enormous and sprawling and that I wanted to tell it over several
bigger stories with some smaller more zoomed in, personal, stories interspersed.
Deciding then on the seven book spread for it just felt natural and by the time I realized
it was a series I was already pretty dialed into roughly where each major entry in the
series would start and stop.

For Tomorrow’s Edge, it was completely the opposite. I started off thinking Tomorrow’s
Edge would be a standalone and it was only after I’d gotten through all of what
constitutes Day Moon and multiple chapters into what is now Veiled Sun that I stepped
back and was like, “Uh oh. No one is going to publish something that big.” Particularly
not for an unknown like me, because at that point my first novel, Destitutio Quod
Remissio, hadn’t yet been published. After I started thinking about Tomorrow’s Edge in
terms of a duology, I was like, “Okay, this makes sense.” And then I tried to think
through the rest of where Veiled Sun’s story was going to go and again tripped over the
too-much-story-for-an-acceptable-page-count barrier. Once I had settled on a trilogy, I
knew where the major rises and falls in action were going to happen, so the breaks kind
of naturally inserted themselves.

In terms of something practical, I would say the key is to make sure you have questions
that need answered at the end of each book leading into the finale. With Veiled Sun, I
ended with both some big questions about the story like, “How will they stop Project
Alexandria for good?” At the same time there were also those smaller questions like,
“Where will the main characters go now?” Along with one “nagging” question, “Who is
mole in the group or is Agent Amar bluffing?” That way each book has its own arc, but
has connective threads that can be seen bridging the divide in the books.

7. Did you design the covers or do you have someone who does it for you?
I’ve been very blessed to have publishers who use talented cover artists. With each
release it has felt like I’m in good hands. Especially with Expanse Books, it’s a really
collaborative process. Expanse sincerely tries to take what you envision (however much or
little) and make it a reality. The best part has been that when I do see the cover it’s never
exactly what I imagined, but in a good way, because the changes surprise and delight and
challenge me. When you get the initial draft files it’s like opening a present knowing just
enough of what will be inside to make the anticipation double the excitement.

About the Author

Brett Armstrong

Brett Armstrong has been exploring other worlds as a writer since age nine. Years later, he still writes, but now invites others along on his excursions. He’s shown readers haunting, deep historical fiction (Destitutio Quod Remissio), scary-real dystopian sci-fi (Tomorrow's Edge), and dark, sweeping epic fantasy (Quest of Fire). Every story is a journey of discovery and an attempt to be a brush in the Master Artist’s hand. Through dark, despair, light, joy, and everything in between, the end is always meant to leave his fellow literary explorers with wonder and hope. Always busy with a new story, he also enjoys drawing, gardening, and spending time with his wife and son.

Connect with Brett by visiting to follow him on social media and sign up for email updates.

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(2) winners will win a $25 Amazon gift card, print copy of Silent Stars, and a poster of a scene from the Tomorrow's Edge series!

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Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Seaside Cowboy's Second Chance By Alexa Verde

Seaside Cowboy's Second Chance
by Alexa Verde
Publisher: Indie

I have several of Alexa's books on my Kindle, but haven't had a chance to sit down to read them. When she reached out to me asking if I would review one of her books, I was happy to do it. I remember when she was asking her FB reader group about parts of the cover. She sent me the ebook for review.


A woman with broken dreams and promises. A cowboy with a broken—by her—heart. A stray dog with a possibly broken paw. And everyone with a dangerous secret. Even the dog.

When free-spirited Skylar Rafferty left her beachside hometown, she promised her high school sweetheart she’d return soon and marry him. Fifteen years later and no longer free-spirited, she returns to plan the wedding—her grandmother’s. When her grandmother’s fiancé goes missing, Skylar turns to her former sweetheart for help while aching for a second chance.

Cowboy Dallas Lawrence can’t believe the woman who crushed his heart has wandered into his life again. But strange things connected to her family are happening in their quaint tourist town, and when her life is in danger, he can’t walk away. But he can’t get his heart broken again, either.

My Review:

I'm so glad I finally had a chance to read one of Alexa's stories! I have several on my Kindle, I just haven't had a chance to read them so I was happy to start with Seaside Cowboy's Second Chance.

There's a bit of mystery that comes along with Skylar returning to her hometown to help her grandma get ready for her upcoming nuptials. Unfortunately, the groom has made himself scarce during the countdown of wedding days! Showing up in town at "just the right time" she also finds a stray dog, which leads to an awkward reunion with her ex-boyfriend, Dallas.

It doesn't take long for things to become dangerous for Skylar. She's put in some harrowing situations, which is unusual for their small town. Trying to put the pieces together as to why Skylar left town in the first place and why strange things are happening to her only adds to the mystery.

Dallas is placed in situations that doesn't allow any space from Skylar. Not a bad thing as the two of them are sweet together despite their 15 years apart. We also get to meet Kai, whose book I can't wait to read, who is one of Dallas's brothers. As you read the story, you begin to realize how small this town really is.

The further into the story you go, the more you're able to connect the dots of what happened. I was still a bit unsure as I got to the end, but when all was revealed, I was very, "Ohhhhh!" I feel like this story would fit perfectly as a Hallmark Movies & Mysteries movie. Make it a series with all of the books!

I've already grabbed book two in the series and can't wait to dive in.

About the Author:

Alexa Verde writes feel-good small-town romances with a smile. 

She writes to encourage people, bring them many hours of reading bliss, and take them away from their sorrows. She hopes that her books are like a cup of hot chocolate that warms their hearts. She has worn the hats of a teacher, reporter, translator, caretaker, office assistant, but feels the author’s hat suits her the best. Oh, about hats: lived in both hemispheres, traveled to eight countries (got lost in several), and now hangs her hat in south Texas. She speaks five languages and gets misunderstood in most of them (heavy accent). 

Finally, a little detail: published 50 books with over 100 million pages read worldwide. She'd love it if you subscribed to her newsletter Every subscriber gets a free sweet romance after confirming the subscription as a thank-you gift.

Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Voice Of The Ancient By Connilyn Cossette

Voice of the Ancient
by Connilyn Cossette
Publisher: Bethany House
Series: The King's Men
ISBN: 9780764238918

As a HUGE fan of Connilyn Cossette, as soon as I finish one of her books, I'm 100% ready for another one! I was incredibly excited to read Voice of the Ancient as soon as I heard about it. Bethany House sent me the book for review.


As the eldest son of a Levite and a Philistine, Avidan is torn between his duty to his family legacy and the desire for something more. After an enemy attack strikes close to home, he takes the opportunity to fight with his cousins for the newly crowned King Saul. But when one of the cousins goes missing during the battle, Avidan refuses to leave him behind.

Keziah is the daughter of one of the most powerful clan chiefs in the territory of Manasseh. On the brink of a forced marriage to a loathsome man decades older than her, she has no choice but to run, hoping to find sanctuary with her mother's family.  

United during their journeys and battling to survive the dangers that surround them, Avidan and Keziah make a pact to travel together. As challenges pile up, they must not only rely on each other to stay alive but also learn to trust the true and eternal King of Israel to guide their every step.

My Review:

I absolutely adore the stories this author sets in Old Testament times. She has such a gift of bringing that historical time to life in such a new way.

This time we get to know Avidan and his cousins who were in Between the Wild Branches! Voice of the Ancient is set during 1 Samuel when Saul becomes king. Sometimes, we get into our heads what we think we want and what we think is best and try to go our own way. This is what leads Avi away from his Levitical future to the battleground with his cousins. He wants to do more for the Lord, and he believes this is it!

At the same time, Keziah has been forced into a marriage with an evil man, but she escapes with only her life and horse. Keziah & Avi's paths cross at just the right time, and they journey together with each of their purposes in mind. The battlefield wasn't at all what Avidan had expected and has decided to go home with his tail between his legs. Unfortunately, his young cousin is missing and the search is on.

It was incredible watching Avi grow and learn about how the Lord had gifted him as he traveled with Keziah. For Keziah to finally know that she was finally seen and loved just for who she was melted my heart.

I'm so excited for the journey readers will be taking on The King's Men series!

About the Author:

Connilyn Cossette ( is a Christy Award and Carol Award-winning author whose books have been found on ECPA and CBA bestseller lists. When she is not engulfed in the happy chaos of homeschooling, devouring books whole, or avoiding housework, she can be found digging into the rich ancient world of the Bible to discover gems of grace that point to Jesus and weaving them into an immersive fiction experience. Although she and her husband have lived all over the country in their twenty-five-plus years of marriage, they currently call a little town south of Dallas, Texas, their home.

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