Friday, September 2, 2011

New Releases for September

Things are finally getting settled around my house as we’ve gotten back into our daily routine with school back in session. One of the things I always make sure of is that my children read a little bit each day, whether it’s one page, one chapter, or one book, depending on the amount of homework they have. I feel very blessed that they have followed in my footsteps and love reading as much as I do! And speaking of reading, here’s my list of New Releases for September!

So far, I have read Kissing Comfort by Jo Goodman—awesome book!—and Ecstasy Wears Emeralds by Renee Bernard. I loved them both! Look for my review of Ecstasy Wears Emeralds tomorrow and my review of Kissing Comfort later in the month. Night Falls on the Wicked by Sharie Kohler is also one that I enjoyed and recommend. Right now, I’m reading In the Arms of a Marquess by Katharine Ashe (my first by her) and am enjoying it very much! Other new releases I’m looking forward to are: A Night to Surrender by Tessa Dare, Lord and Lady Spy by Shana Galen, Romancing the Countess by Ashley March (thanks to Buffie’s review), and Good Girls Don’t by Victoria Dahl.

Which September releases have you read? Of those, which ones do you recommend? Which ones are you most looking forward to reading? Tell us and one lucky commenter will win a random book from my prize stash!

Until October, happy reading!



Historical

Vicar’s Daughter to Viscount’s Lady – Louise Allen *
In the Arms of the Marquess – Katharine Ashe
In Bed with a Highlander – Maya Banks
Ecstasy Wears Emeralds – Renee Bernard
By Grace Possessed – Jennifer Blake
Star Crossed Seduction – Jenny Brown
Ripe for Scandal – Isobel Carr *
Lady of the English – Elizabeth Chadwick (Historical Fiction)
No Proper Lady – Isabel Cooper (Paranormal, Time-Travel)
A Night to Surrender – Tessa Dare
Seven Years to Sin – Sylvia Day
At the King’s Pleasure – Kate Emerson (Historical Fiction)
In the Barrister’s Chambers – Tina Gabrielle
Lord and Lady Spy – Shana Galen
Valiant Soldier, Beautiful Enemy – Diane Gaston *
Kissing Comfort – Jo Goodman
Shadow Highlander – Donna Grant (Paranormal)
Virtue and Vice – Megan Hart
The Dark Earl – Virginia Henley
The King’s Courtesan – Judith James (Historical Fiction) *
Gold Rush Groom – Jenna Kernan *
The Queen’s Gamble – Barbara Kyle (Historical Fiction)
Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue – Stephanie Laurens
One Night in London – Caroline Linden
Romancing the Countess – Ashley March
The Seduction of Scandal – Cathy Maxwell
The Wedding Affair – Leigh Michaels
To Seduce an Angel – Kate Moore
Mark of the Rose – Kate Pearce (Paranormal)
Mistress by Marriage – Maggie Robinson
Secret Life of a Scandalous Debutante – Bronwyn Scott *
Tempting the Highlander – Michele Sinclair
Highland Hunger – Hannah Howell, Michele Sinclair, Jackie Ivie

Contemporary

A Rather Remarkable Homecoming – C.A. Belmond (Women’s Fiction)
Night Maneuvers – Jillian Burns
Except on Sunday – Regena Bryant
Goddess of Vengeance – Jackie Collins (Women’s Fiction)
Don’t Mess with Texas – Christie Craig *
Good Girls Don’t – Victoria Dahl
Calling Mr. King – Ronald De Feo (Women’s Fiction)
Heartwishes – Jude Deveraux
The Language of Flowers – Vanessa Diffenbaugh (Women’s Fiction) *
Royally Romanced – Marie Donovan
Cheri on Top – Susan Donovan
Definitely Not Mr. Darcy – Karen Doornebos
Wildflower Hill – Kimberley Freeman (Women’s Fiction) *
Too Hot for TV – Cheris Hodges
Sweet Like Sugar – Wayne Hoffman (Women’s Fiction)
Witness Seduction – Elle Kennedy
Too Wild to Hold – Julie Leto
The Most Dangerous Thing – Laura Lippman (Women’s Fiction) *
Anytime – Kim Louise *
Mind Your Own Business – Lutishia Lovely (Women’s Fiction)
1105 Yakima Street – Debbie Macomber (Women’s Fiction)
Only Yours – Susan Mallery
To the Moon and Back – Jill Mansell (Women’s Fiction)
Little Black Dress – Susan McBride (Women’s Fiction) *
Late Edition – Fern Michaels (Women’s Fiction)
Aftertaste: A Novel in Five Courses – Meredith Mileti (Women’s Fiction)
The Bentleys Buy a Buick – Pamela Morsi (Women’s Fiction) *
Just Give In… – Kathleen O’Reilly
Serendipity – Carly Phillips
Home at Last Chance – Hope Ramsay *
The Lost Wife – Alyson Richman (Women’s Fiction)
Light’s Out – Ruthie Robinson
Secret Obsession – Kimberla Lawson Roby (Women’s Fiction)
Making a Splash – Joanne Rock
The Winters in Bloom – Lisa Tucker (Women’s Fiction)
The Legacy – Katherine Webb (Women’s Fiction)

YA/Teen

Ashes – Ilsa J. Bick (Paranormal)
Evangelina – MaryJanice Davidson & Anthony Alongi (Urban Fantasy)
Vanish – Sophie Jordan (Paranormal)
Shut Out – Kody Keplinger
Ambitious – Monica McKayhan
Bloodlines – Richelle Mead (Paranormal) *
Wisdom’s Kiss – Catherine Gilbert Murdock
Soul Thief – Jana Oliver (Paranormal)
Envy – Gregg Olsen (Mystery) *
My Own Worst Frenemy – Kimberly Reid
Glow – Amy Kathleen Ryan (Futuristic)
Tankborn – Karen Sandler (Futuristic)
The Predicteds – Christine Seifert
Isle of Night: The Watchers – Veronica Wolff (Paranormal)
All These Things I’ve Done – Gabrielle Zevin

Romantic Suspense

Riptide – Cherry Adair
Deadly Little Lies – Jeanne Adams
Cowboy Under Siege – Gail Barrett
Claim of Innocence – Laura Caldwell *
Scene of the Crime: Widow Creek – Carla Cassidy
Deep Disclosure – Dee Davis *
The Spy’s Secret Family – Cindy Dees
Dangerous to Her – Virna DePaul
The Big Guns – HelenKay Dimon
Revenge at Bella Terra – Christina Dodd
Snapped – Laura Griffin
Enemy Mine – Karin Harlow (Paranormal)
Prey – Linda Howard
Detective Daddy – Mallory Kane
The Rescue Pilot – Rachel Lee
The Black Sheep Sheik – Dana Marton
Saint’s Gate – Carla Neggers *
In Seconds – Brenda Novak
Sweet Justice – Christy Reece
New York to Dallas – J.D. Robb
Westin’s Wyoming – Alice Sharpe
Phantom of the French Quarter – Colleen Thompson

Paranormal

The Dragon Who Loved Me – G.A. Aiken
Bound by Night – Amanda Ashley
Must Love Lycans – Michele Bardsley
Demon Marked – Meljean Brook
Canyons of Night – Jayne Castle
Where Demons Fear to Tread – Stephanie Chong *
Midnight – Ellen Connor
Dark Predator – Christine Feehan
Shadowman – Erin Kellison
Night Falls on the Wicked – Sharie Kohler
Tempted – Elisabeth Naughton
Wings of Fire – Caris Roane
Dark Taste of Rapture – Gena Showalter *
Lord of the Vampires – Gena Showalter
Body of Sin – Eve Silver *
Archangel’s Blade – Nalini Singh
The Shadow Wolf – Bonnie Vanak
Blood Bound – Rachel Vincent *
Dark Warrior – Rebecca York
So I Married a Demon Slyer – Angie Fox, Kathy Love, Lexi George
Supernatural – Larissa Ione, Alexandra Ivy, Jacquelyn Frank, G.A. Aiken

Urban Fantasy

Aftermath – Ann Aguirre
Blood Rules – Christine Cody
Circle of Enemies – Harry Connolly
Grave Expectations – Charles Dickens & Sherri Browning Erwin
Knight’s Curse – Karen Duvall *
One Grave at a Time – Jeaniene Frost
The Hour of Dust and Ashes – Kelly Gay
Devil’s Business – Caitlin Kittredge
Blood Sacrifice – Maria Lima
One Salt Sea – Seanan McGuire
Succubus Revealed – Richelle Mead
Hellbent – Cherie Priest
Shadow Kin – M.J. Scott
Crossroads – Jeanne C. Stein
Blood and Other Cravings – Multi-author anthology

Erotica/Erotic Romance

Desire’s Edge – Eve Berlin
Secret Weapon – Opal Carew
Never Enough – Lauren Dane
Raw Desire – Kate Pearce
Getting Lucky – Kayla Perrin *






*released August 23rd

56 comments:

  1. I haven't read any of the new releases. I'm most looking forward to Jeanne Adam's "Deadly Little Lies," Dee Davis' "Deep Disclosure" and "Laura Griffin's "Snapped."

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  2. I'm looking forward to The Seduction of Scandal – Cathy Maxwell.

    I have only read: The Language of Flowers – Vanessa Diffenbaugh. Which was really good! I enjoyed it and learned about the meaning of flowers at the same time.

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  3. I am looking forward to reading 'Good Girls Don't' by Victoria Dhal and some other really awesome reads belonging to the historical and contemporary lists.

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  4. I have only read By Grace Possessed – Jennifer Blake. I am looking forward to several of the others including Highland Hunger by Hannah Howell, Michele Sinclair, Jackie Ivie, and Jeanne Adam's Deadly Little Lies.

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  5. It looks like a lot of great books out this month and a couple that I am looking forward to reading is In Bed With A Highlander by Maya Banks and Ripe For Scandal by Isobell Carr.

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  6. I'm looking forward to the releases of: Tessa Dare, Katharine Ashe, Ashley March, Maggie Robinson, and Maya Banks....among many others. I might not be able to get some right away, but they're on my list.

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  7. Well, since you have Katharine Ashe and Tessa Dare's latest releases on your list, of COURSE that means they're on mine too Andrea, lol. And I'm particularly happy to support these two lovely writers as their Sept. releases are part of AVON's KISS and TEAL campaign along with Cathy Maxwell's. So y'all, if you've never read these two authors (and why NOT???!!! LOL) this is the perfect opportunity-get a great book by a great author for a great cause!

    And oh yeah, Ashley March's book is on my list too. ;)

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  8. I've read Ashes by Ilsa J.Bick, and it was really good, but nothing else yet. Fantastic droolworthy releases this September! :)
    I'm really looking forward to Blood Bound, Archangel's Blade (because it's Dmitri!) and All the Things I've Done (because it's about chocolate!)

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  9. I'm looking forward to reading "In the Arms Of A Marquess" by Katharine Ashe. I'd love to win this. Thank you for this opportunity.

    dpd333 AT aol.dot com

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  10. Good morning, Jane! I reeeeally need to read Jeanne Adams's books!

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  11. Oh, that book sounds beautiful, Jo's Daughter! I'm going to have to check it out. :)

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  12. Sonali, are you a Victoria Dahl fan, too? I like her historicals, but I loooove her contemps!

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  13. Dianna, how was Grace Possessed? Was it any good? The cover is gorgeous.

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  14. I have added Maya Banks's book to my TBB list, too, Maureen. Especially after reading PJ's review!

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  15. I hear you, Antonia! I have a lot on my list, but probably won't be able to get to them for months. LOL!

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  16. Lisa, I'm a little over halfway through Katharine's and am falling fast for Ben! And yes, I can't WAIT to read Tessa's!!

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  17. kara-karina said: All the Things I've Done (because it's about chocolate!)

    LOL! Good choice, kara-karina!

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  18. Diane D, I'm reading it now and it is so good! I hope you enjoy it if you get the chance to read it!

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  19. I've read fewer of the new releases than usual this month, although I have read several October releases already. :) I read, adored, and reviewed The Bentleys Buy a Buick by Pamela Morsi. I also enjoyed Valiant Soldier, Beautiful Enemy by Diane Gaston, and I just finished
    A Night to Surrender by Tessa Dare and am ready to rave about it.

    Sometimes before October 1, I hope to read the following:

    In the Arms of the Marquess – Katharine Ashe
    Kissing Comfort – Jo Goodman
    Romancing the Countess – Ashley March
    The Seduction of Scandal – Cathy Maxwell
    The Wedding Affair – Leigh Michaels
    To Seduce an Angel – Kate Moore
    Mistress by Marriage – Maggie Robinson
    A Rather Remarkable Homecoming – C.A. Belmond
    Don’t Mess with Texas – Christie Craig
    The Language of Flowers – Vanessa Diffenbaugh
    1105 Yakima Street – Debbie Macomber
    Only Yours – Susan Mallery
    Home at Last Chance – Hope Ramsay
    Deadly Little Lies – Jeanne Adams
    Revenge at Bella Terra – Christina Dodd
    In Seconds – Brenda Novak

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  20. I haven't yet read any, but I'm looking forward to a lot of them:
    In the Arms of the Marquess– Katharine Ashe, A Night to Surrender—Tessa Dare, Romancing the Countess – Ashley March, The Seduction of Scandal – Cathy Maxwell, Serendipity—Carly Phillips, Snapped – Laura Griffin, Prey – Linda Howard, and Canyons of Night – Jayne Castle.

    Thanks for the info.

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  21. I'm going to read Prey by Linda Howard and try a new author, Ashley March. None of my must-read authors are releasing anything this month, so I hope to catch up on my TBR list.

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  22. I haven't read any of the September releases yet. I am looking forward to reading Lord and Lady Spy by Shana Galen, Serendipity by Carly Phillips, Romancing the Countess by Ashley March, In Bed With A Highlander by Maya Banks, In The Arms of A Marquess by Katharine Ashe, and Heir of Deception by Beverley Kendall. Of course there are a lot more I want to read, but can't think of the names right off hand.

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  23. I haven't read any of the September releases yet but I'm really looking forward to Victoria Dahl's lateast!

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  24. I haven't read any of the September releases yet. But I'm really looking forward to reading Star Crossed Seduction – Jenny Brown, Lord and Lady Spy – Shana Galen & Deadly Little Lies – Jeanne Adams.

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  25. Janga, I look forward to what you have to say about Tessa Dare's latest!

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  26. Great list, LSUReader! I hope you enjoy them. :)

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  27. Penfield said: None of my must-read authors are releasing anything this month, so I hope to catch up on my TBR list.

    Oh, how I wish I could catch up on my TBR pile, too. Good luck, Penfield!

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  28. Cathy P, I'm looking forward to Shana Galen's latest, too. It sounds terrific!

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  29. ClaudiaGC said: ...I'm really looking forward to Victoria Dahl's lateast!

    Me, too!!

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  30. I hope you enjoy those, Mariee!!

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  31. have Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue – Stephanie Laurens sitting ready to be read as soon as I finish my current book. others looking forward to picking up & reading this month include
    A Night to Surrender – Tessa Dare and Tempting the Highlander – Michele Sinclair

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  32. There are quite of few books that I'm looking forward to reading this month. Here are a couple I can't wait to read.

    In The Arms of The Marquess-Katharine Ashe
    Envy-JR Ward
    Romancing The Countess-Ashley March
    The Seduction of Scandal-Cathy Maxwell
    Wings of Fire-Caris Roane

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  33. ALL the historicals immediately go on my reading list. It's too ambitious I know, but I will give it a good try.

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  34. I think I'm having a wonderful dream...staring me and so many wonderful books to read. I get to start with Stephanie Laurens' new Cynster book, "Viscount Brekenridge to the Rescue." I've been waiting a long time for those Cynster girls to have their stories told! Just like I did with Julia Quinn's Smythe-Smith's! Happy Reading everyone.

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  35. Read:
    - "Archangel's Blade" by Nalini Singh

    Have in TBR pile:
    - "Supernatural" by Larissa Ione, Alexandra Ivy, Jacquelyn Frank, and G.A. Aiken
    - "In Bed with a Highlander" by Maya Banks

    Looking forward to:
    - "In the Arms of the Marquess" by Katharine Ashe
    - "A Night to Surrender" by Tessa Dare
    - "Highland Hunger" by Hannah Howell, Michele Sinclair, and Jackie Ivie
    - "Canyons of Night" by Jayne Castle
    - "Tempted" by Elisabeth Naughton
    - "Body of Sin" by Eve Silver
    - "Devil’s Business" by Caitlin Kittredge
    - "Succubus Revealed" by Richelle Mead

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  36. Andrea said...
    Dianna, how was Grace Possessed? Was it any good? The cover is gorgeous.

    It was wonderful, I really do lover Jennifer Blake. I loved the Masters of Arms series and could hardly wait for this new one. They are not as "wordy" as the Masters of Arms but very satisfying.

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  37. gamistress66 said: have Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue – Stephanie Laurens sitting ready to be read as soon as I finish my current book.

    I love her Cynsters!!

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  38. I hope you enjoy them, Danielle!

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  39. LOL, marybelle! You may be as ambitious as you want, my dear!

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  40. Oh, Flora, that is a wonderful dream! Cynsters and Smythe-Smiths!

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  41. Thanks, Dianna. I've never read a Jennifer Blake book before, so I'm very curious about them. I may have to check this new series out!

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  42. I just read and absolutely adored Rose Lerner's new book, A Lily Among Thorns, which I reviewed here. It felt really refreshingly different from most of the Regencies I've read recently - I love that it has a hero who's a tailor, not a nobleman! And I looooved the dialogue between the hero and heroine.

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  43. There are so many great books coming, but I'm looking forward to reading these in particular:
    Midnight – Ellen Connor
    Aftermath – Ann Aguirre
    Blood Rules – Christine Cody
    One Grave at a Time – Jeaniene Frost
    The Hour of Dust and Ashes – Kelly Gay
    Romancing the Countess – Ashley March

    I have this one but haven't read it yet, and definitely looking forward to it:
    Blood Bound – Rachel Vincent

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  44. The top 10 books on my TBR list for September are:

    1. In the Arms of the Marquess – KatharineA
    2. Ecstasy Wears Emeralds – Renee Bernard
    3. A Night to Surrender – Tessa Dare
    4. Seven Years to Sin – Sylvia Day
    5. Lord and Lady Spy – Shana Galen
    6. Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue – Stephanie Laurens
    7. One Night in London – Caroline Linden
    8. Romancing the Countess – Ashley March
    9. The Seduction of Scandal – Cathy Maxwell
    10 Mistress by Marriage – Maggie Robinson

    September is always a big
    "reading" month for me with my husband monopolizing the TV with all the baseball and football games!

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  45. A lot of great books going to the store to get the new Christina Dodd book cant' wait to start it...

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  46. I so look forward to this list! I have read the Cathy Maxwell, I certainly recommend that! Am reading the Katherine Ashe now! I want to read the Jenny Brown, I adored the first book in the series~

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  47. eatingchocolatereadingromance (love the name!), that sounds like a wonderful story! And I, too, adore stories that feature a hero who isn't a nobleman. :)

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  48. Great list, Barbara E! I hope you enjoy them!

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  49. Jeanne M said: September is always a big "reading" month for me with my husband monopolizing the TV with all the baseball and football games!

    Jeanne, I can't say that because I'm a big sports fan so I'm sitting right there next to my husband! LOL! Enjoy your books!

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  50. Ooooh, sounds good, deerdoe69!

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  51. Thanks, Karyn! I'll be picking up Cathy's book on my next trip to the bookstore. :)

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  52. I'm looking forward to so many on the Historical List. I've read Kissing Comfort and loved it too - it certainly had a more unusual setting. I haven't read a Mideval in a while, so maybe I'll look for one of those next.

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  53. Haven't read any of these. I am still trying to catch up from months (years!) ago. There are some good ones on the list I am interested in, especially in the historical and contemporary suspense categories. I spent the day cleaning and moving book cases and books, so now is not a good time to talk about getting more : )

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