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Yes, Prime Minister

By Aria Cole

Synopsis

As the Prime Minister of the greatest nation to the north, boyishly handsome Bryce Gallagher gets exactly what he wants, exactly when he wants it. He’s never met a foreign dignitary he couldn’t charm, or an office assistant that didn’t swoon with one panty-dropping smile. But Bryce has never met a woman that’s caught his attention. And then Juliette Alexandre walked into his life.

Growing up on the wrong side of the tracks requires grit, and Juliette Alexandre has it in spades. She’s worked tooth and nail for every accomplishment she’s earned, which is why she is zero percent interested in the perfectly round, incredibly taut, viral-worthy assets of her new boss, Prime Minister Gallagher. She’s finally landed the dream job, now she just has to avoid drooling over the sexy-as-sin Prime Minister every time he shoots her that toe-curling grin. The fate of the country may depend on it.

Review

YES, PRIME MINISTER was downloaded onto my Kindle as soon as I heard about it.  A beefy story about the hot Prime Minister of Canada?  Yes please!  Sadly, I had no idea that this was going to be an insta-love novella, one without much of a story to sink my teeth into.

For me, a novella can be a hit or a miss.  If it’s part of a series with previously established characters, it’s generally a hit.  When it’s a stand-alone, not so much.  Some have too much happening.  Some move too fast.  Some don’t delve into the characters backstory.  YES, PRIME MINISTER doesn’t have a lot thrown in; instead it focused purely on the relationship between Bryce and Juliette.  While the story itself didn’t move too fast, their relationship certainly did, with Bryce declaring Juliette was “the one” before they had even been on a single date.  In regards to the characters, we learn almost nothing about them personally from reading this story.  For example, Juliette grew up on the wrong side of the tracks and has worked very hard for everything she has, but we only know this about her because it’s mentioned in the blurb.  It’s not mentioned anywhere in the story at all.  What’s the point of giving her a difficult past if it’s not going to form a part of the actual story?

YES, PRIME MINISTER had potential, but I felt the insta-love and the overall lack of a story was too much to overcome.  If you like quick reads that take less than an hour, contain no conflict and have some light kink thrown in, this novella is for you.

Yes, Prime Minister

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A Harmless Little Plan (Harmless # 3)

By Meli Raine

Synopsis

Turns out there was a second video from that awful night four years ago. Mine wasn’t the only tape.

Too bad mine wasn’t the worst.

Drew can’t protect me no matter how hard he tries, but the roles are flipped now. I have to help him, but I’m not wired that way. Not anymore. That one night changed me more than anyone knows.

More than anyone could predict.

Three men think they’re above the law. They’re right.

But I’m willing to go beneath the law to make sure they never harm anyone else. Their threats don’t scare me. 

When you have nothing left to lose because someone took it all away, you create the most dangerous creature imaginable.

Me.

Game over.

Review

After loving and quickly devouring the first two books in the Harmless trilogy, I’m sad to say that I found A HARMLESS LITTLE PLAN to be a little disappointing.  Why?  Because despite the happy-for-now ending, I felt there was no real closure in this story.  There are a lot of loose threads and unanswered questions, and I am not a fan of either of those things.

After finding out in the first book that Lindsay’s three friends lied to the police and media about her rape, we never heard about them again or found out why they turned against her.  What did they get out of it?  We never found out why Drew’s friends turned against him either.  Yes, they got money and fame, but what they did to Lindsay and Drew was so hateful and violent that there had to be more to it than just getting paid.  We do find out that people within the NSA, CIA and FBI all have their fingers in this scandalous pie, but we never heard about them being arrested.  Then I have to wonder, if the man pulling the strings was so well connected, why did he feel so threatened and why did he need to have Lindsay raped in the first place?  But then I guess if there’s no rape, there’s no story.  It was also mentioned that this same man may have been involved in the killing of Drew’s parents, and that someone high up (we don’t know where) targeted Drew because they think he’s a threat.  Both of these claims were never investigated and we didn’t find out if these claims were true.  These are just a handful of questions I was left with at the end of this book.  Will they be answered in another book or series, or will we be left hanging?

The first 50% of the book is where all the excitement lies.  After that, the book slows down a lot as we watch Lindsay and Drew heal from their ordeal.  I liked both Drew and Lindsay and was very glad to see them get their revenge and happy ending.  I was hoping to find just one redeeming quality in Lindsay’s mother, but by the end of this book I hated her as much as I did in the beginning of the series.  Throughout the series, I’ve alternated between liking and hating her father, and in the end I found him gutless.  He does love his daughter, but I think he loves his career more and will put it before her.

A HARMLESS LITTLE PLAN is told in dual POVs and is the final book in the Harmless trilogy, which cannot be read as stand-alones.  There is no epilogue, but it comes with a HFN ending.  Honestly, if all the loose threads had been taken care of, if nothing was left unresolved, this would have been a 5❤️ read for sure.

Please Note:  This book contains scenes that may be triggers for some people.

A Harmless Little Plan (Harmless #3)

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A Harmless Little Ruse (Harmless # 2)

By Meli Raine

Synopsis

She has no idea what she’s doing. Loose cannons never hit their targets.
And they take out plenty of collateral damage.

Four years ago Lindsay experienced the unspeakable right before me, and I couldn’t stop them.
But that’s all changed now.

When her father, Senator Bosworth, contacted me to ask — demand — that I protect her, it was a second chance. A shot at redemption.
An opportunity to right an unspeakable wrong.

Controlling Lindsay as she seeks her revenge on the monsters who hurt her won’t be hard.
Containing my own out-of-control feelings for Lindsay and keeping up this ruse of cold-blooded distance will be.

Even harder than admitting to her what really happened that night four years ago.
It turns out I don’t have to, though.
Someone else did it for me.
And I’ll make sure they regret it.

Review

A HARMLESS LITTLE RUSE continues on from A HARMLESS LITTLE GAME, however in this part of the trilogy we are seeing the story from Drew’s POV.  Again, this review will be kind of vague because I can’t say anything without giving away spoilers.

At the end of book 1, Drew and Lindsay rekindled their relationship and appeared to be on the same page.  But in the beginning of this book, Lindsay does something that has him questioning her feelings and intentions.  While she spent most of the first book questioning whether she could trust him, now it’s his turn to question whether he can trust her.  They spend this book trying to heal old wounds while Drew works on his revenge plans against those who hurt them, but they always seem to be one step ahead of him, as proven by the cliffhanger we are left with.  I’m still not a fan of her parents, who seem to care more about the election than their only child, and I still don’t know who is friend or foe.

We learn more about what happened that night four years ago, and I honestly didn’t think I could hate those three monsters more, but I was wrong.  Despite the new information, all the questions I had from the first book remain unanswered, and I truly hope they will be answered in the next book.  This was another quick read that easily held my attention.

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A Harmless Little Ruse (Harmless # 2)

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A Harmless Little Game (Harmless # 1)

By Meli Raine

Synopsis

Four years ago I lost my virginity on live, streaming television.
Too bad I wasn’t awake for it.
The video went viral. Of course it would. A Senator’s daughter on camera? Wouldn’t you click “share”? Besides, that’s what three of the four guys in the video did.
Share.

They shared me.

But that fourth guy? The nondescript one in the background in the upper left corner of the screen, just sitting on the couch? The only one who did nothing?
Not one single thing.
That was my boyfriend, Drew.
And that was the last time I saw him.

Until today, when my father—now on a path to the White House—hired him as head of security for my new team as I return home after four years of “recovering” in an undisclosed location that involved white lab coats, needles, pills and damage control.

You see, the other three guys never went to jail. Never had charges pressed.
Never faced consequences.
Until today.
Game on.

Review

WOW!  A HARMLESS LITTLE GAME is a book that grabbed me right from the very first page and did not let me go.  I know a book is good when I’m up until 1am reading.  Since this is the first book in the Harmless trilogy that focuses on Lindsay and her desire for revenge, I can’t say much, so this will be a fairly short review.

What Lindsay went through four years ago was horrific.  What’s worse is that the men involved got away with it.  If that doesn’t fire up your anger, I don’t know what will.  I really felt for her and I admired the strength and courage she displayed to stand up for herself.  I also liked Drew, who is a very quiet and controlled man.  I have a feeling that when his control slips, the fallout will be huge and it’s going to be a sight to behold.  I absolutely hated her parents, especially her mother.  Honestly, if it turns out that she had something to do with what happened to her daughter, I would not be surprised at all.  The scene where Lindsay stood up to her mother was awesome and I was so cheering her on.

This book left me with a lot of questions.  Questions that I’m sure will be answered in the following two books.  How did those men get away with it?  Who is protecting them?  Why did they do it?  Did someone put them up to it?  Who is her friend?  Who is her enemy?  Who is telling the truth?  I have so many more questions, but I can’t list them here without giving away some spoilers.

This first part of the trilogy takes place over two to three days and ends in a cliffhanger.  I did find it a little repetitive at times, and I also got annoyed when Drew kept telling Lindsay that she had no idea what she was in for.  I wanted to yell at him to just tell her already, but I guess that would have shortened the story quite a bit.  A HARMLESS LITTLE GAME is told only in Lindsay’s POV, with the next book in the trilogy being told in Drew’s POV, which I’m really looking forward to because I can’t wait to get inside his head.

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A Harmless Little Game (Harmless # 1)

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Strong Silent SEAL (SEALs of Coronado # 2)

By Paige Tyler

BR Strong Silent SEAL

Synopsis

Wedding planner Felicia Bradford is in trouble. Mercenaries are holding her sister hostage and threatening to kill her unless Felicia helps them steal top secret information from the Navy’s Special Operations Headquarters. Having no other way to access the base, she pulls a gun on the first man in a Navy uniform she finds, demanding he get her through the gate. 

Navy SEAL Logan Dunn just got back from a mission in Syria and is looking for a little down time to relax. That plan goes out the window when a beautiful woman shoves a gun in his back and begs him to do something she clearly doesn’t want to do. Logan does what any Navy SEAL would do in the same situation—he saves the girl and takes out the bad guys. 

But their actions that day kick off a crazy chain of events, including a fast-burning whirlwind romance, an out-of-control sister, an insane covert plot involving a defecting Russian pilot, a mercenary bent on revenge, and a sunrise wedding for a bride who never wakes up before noon. 

Getting through her sister’s kidnapping will look like a piece of cake compared to what comes next.

Review

I’m going to keep this review short because having read this story the day before writing this review, I honestly can’t remember much about it.  STRONG SILENT SEAL is told in dual POVs and while it’s part of a series, it can be read as a stand-alone.  That being said, this book does mention the previous couple and the events that took place in that story (one of which is still ongoing), so if you haven’t read the previous book, you’ll have no idea what’s going on.  This is a novella and I have to say that the story moves fast…very fast.  It’s also an insta-love and I found the plot to be fairly predictable.  It does come with a HEA, but the ending sneaks up on you; I was surprised when I suddenly realised the story had reached its conclusion.  Overall, it wasn’t a bad read but it wasn’t as good as I was hoping it would be.

“If I’d known all I had to do to get a homemade meal like this was to save a woman from Russian kidnappers, I would have done it a long time ago.”

Strong Silent SEAL (SEALs of Coronado # 2)

My Rating:  3 Hearts

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Wicked Lust (Wicked Horse # 2)

By Sawyer Bennett

BR Wicked Lust

Synopsis

Cain Bonham is as big and bad as they come. After serving in the Marines, he’s returned home to Wyoming and now works as head of security at the exclusive sex club, The Wicked Horse. His job is to protect not only the patrons, but to zealously guard the secret existence of the club itself. 

Sloane Preston is all about discovering secrets. As an undercover reporter, she’s determined to reveal the truth behind the facade of The Wicked Horse and expose it for all the world to see. She just didn’t count on her pathway into the club coming at the hands of one gorgeously scarred and bad ass bouncer who manages to easily possess her body and soul. 

While Cain’s not looking for anyone to catch his eye, Sloane did it all the same, and he’s not bemoaning the fact that she’s as wickedly kinky as he is. As both get caught up in the sinful fantasies that only The Wicked Horse can create, secrets and loyalties will be tested and hearts will risk being broken. 

Review

Cain is head of security at The Wicked Horse and The Silo, the secret sex club located at the back of the bar.  As an employee, he gets free membership to the club, which is a perk he takes advantage of almost every day.  He’s also a Fantasy Maker and is one of their most popular employees.  Sloane is a reporter looking into a potential political scandal linked to the club and she plans on using Cain as her way in.  But she’s not interested in fabricating a story or destroying the reputation of innocent people, and her physical and “professional” relationship with Cain quickly turns emotional and personal.

Cain.  Wow.  I mean, just WOW!!!  He is one seriously hot and kinky guy.  There’s a darkness inside him that makes all the good girls want to be bad.  So very, very bad.  He’s been hurt by a woman in his past and he vows that will never happen again.  So when he started having feelings for Sloane, I knew how devastated he was going to be when he learned the truth.  I didn’t like that Sloane was willing to sleep with Cain to get her story, but putting that aside, she really is a very nice woman.  She has a strong sense of justice and owns up to her mistakes without making excuses.  And I can’t fault a person who really did try to do the right thing.

This book was hot, hot, HOT!!!  Definitely hotter, steamier and juicier than the first book.  THIS is  more what I was expecting to read in book one, WICKED FALL.  It’s still a bit tame compared to some other sex club series I’ve read, but we’re certainly on our way to some really kinky shit.  Bring it on.  WICKED LUST is told in dual POVs and while it’s part of a series, it can be read as a stand-alone.

Wicked Lust (Wicked Horse # 2)

My Rating:  5 Hearts

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Fatal Frenzy (Fatal Series # 9)

By Marie Force

BR Fatal Frenzy

Synopsis

Inauguration day is almost here…

Lieutenant Sam Holland is on leave, recovering from an attack that shook her to the core. With no case to distract her, she’s trying to stay busy—even voluntarily meeting with her new White House staff. But it’s not enough to keep the horrific memories at bay, and her family is worried…especially her husband, Vice President Nick Cappuano.

Nick is dealing with his own demons where his wife’s safety is concerned, losing night after night of sleep as he works to make sure what happened that day will never happen again. The pressure is building inside the Cappuanos’ marriage, and something’s got to give before Nick takes the oath of office.

When two college girls go missing in the midst of inauguration madness, the chief of police needs the one cop he can count on to find them and save the Metro PD from disgrace. In a case full of ugly twists and turns, Sam will have to confront her past and find her strength again…before it’s too late.

Review

At the end of FATAL SCANDAL, Sam was rescued after being held captive and tortured by her fellow MPD detective, Lieutenant Stahl.  In the beginning of FATAL FRENZY, she’s not coping too well and for the first time in her career, she has no desire to get back to work.  Even a knife-wielding maniac loose on her streets isn’t enough motivation to go back.  Nick, who’s about to be sworn in as Vice President of the United States, is very concerned for her well-being, as are her co-workers at the MPD.  Sadly, it takes the death of one of her detectives to get her head back in the game.  And when she takes over the case?  Holy cow.  It doesn’t matter where she is, what she’s wearing or who’s watching, if she sees her perp, she’ll take him down in spectacular fashion.  I absolutely loved how she got her man in this book.

“What can I say?  When people I love are hurt, I become a vengeful bitch.”

While FATAL FRENZY mainly revolves around Sam trying to deal with her trauma and then solving the current case, we also see her trying to juggle her two roles of Lt Holland and Mrs Cappuano, Second Lady of the United States.  She finally realises just how big her role as Second Lady will be and how important it is that she do the job justice so as not to embarrass her husband.  Nick has accepted the fact that the President used him for his popularity to ensure he’d be re-elected as President and is now being brushed aside because the President has no further use for him.  But Nick is not one to sit idly by and vows to shake things up at the White House.  He’s popular for a reason and he intends to capitalise on it and make his mark.

I love the Fatal Series; it’s one of those series where I’ll buy the books despite the high price of the digital copy.  I got the impression that perhaps the series is getting ready to be wrapped up because there were quite a few “flashbacks” in regards to previous cases that are closing and how everyone is recovering.  Or maybe the “flashbacks” are there because we’re at book nine now and it’s becoming harder to remember everything that’s happened previously.  As with the previous books, there’s no cliffhanger, but we are set up and ready for the next chapter in Sam and Nick’s lives.

Fatal Frenzy (Fatal Series # 9)

My Rating:  5 Hearts

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Framed

By CP Smith

BR Framed

Synopsis

Six hundred minutes. That’s all it took ex-SEAL Kade Kingston to find trouble his first day home. He’d managed to survive covert operations in the hostile mountains of Afghanistan, only to be brought down by a baseball bat. If he had the first five hundred minutes back, he would have only had one drink before insisting his old friend tell him what the hell was going on. As it stood now, he and Sutton were both dead in the water—literally and figuratively. Six hundred minutes. That’s all it took for Kade Kingston to walk back into hell in his own backyard, losing everything in the process . . . including his freedom. 

Inmate dog trainer, Harley Dash, knew Kade briefly as a teenager and was convinced of his innocence. Wanting to help the brooding ex-SEAL, she took it upon herself to force Kade into the Inmate Dog Training Program while she looked for a killer. With Kade confined, Harley and her father, along with two sexy SEALs, looked for evidence that would set Kade free. 

Unfortunately, for Kade, Sutton’s murder was just the tip of the iceberg in a case of corruption and murder, one that will send Kade and Harley into the Florida Everglades with a killer. 

Will they survive the alligators of the Florida Everglades, or will the Dread Pirate Roberts exact his revenge?

Review

Kade is an ex-SEAL who, on his first night back home, was in the wrong place at the wrong time. With no evidence to back up his side of the story, he’s promptly tried and convicted of manslaughter and sent to prison.  He waits for his SEAL team brothers to return home and conduct their own investigation, but their pending arrival only makes things worse.  The people behind the murder are rich and powerful and will do anything to keep their involvement a secret.  It’s no longer his freedom on the line, but his life.  If that’s not bad enough, his high school crush, Harley, works at the prison and while she’s close enough to touch, she’s never been more out of reach.

Kade is your typical SEAL: loyal; dominant; dangerous; and sex-on-a-stick hot.  When I say dominant, I mean he’s sometimes too dominant to the point he’d come off as controlling and overbearing.  But he more than makes up for it in the bedroom.  Harley is a very smart and capable woman, but sometimes she did really stupid things that, of course, would put her in danger.  Kade’s SEAL buddies, Prez and D, were funny despite the situation and added just the right amount of comic relief.

FRAMED was a great read and the first I’ve read from CP Smith.  The synopsis caught my attention and it ended up being a book I couldn’t put down.  The mystery itself wasn’t really there because you get told pretty early on who all the players are and what they’re hiding, but it still had me gnawing at my fingernails waiting for the next exciting moment.  The only issue I had with the story was the constant references to The Princess Bride.  I swear it was mentioned in almost every chapter and I’m assuming it was done to lighten the mood, but it ended up being very silly.  FRAMED is told in dual POVs and comes with a nice HEA where everyone gets exactly what they deserve.

Framed

My Rating:  5 Hearts

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Choose Me (The Archer Brothers # 2)

By Heidi McLaughlin

BR Choose Me

Synopsis

Two brothers. 
One woman. 
One son. 
One choice. 

Lives ripped apart, shattered and rebuilt. 

Evan and Nate Archer: Brothers, best friends, warriors and now enemies. Both in love with the same woman. Both determined to fight for what they want. 

Nate Archer promised to protect Ryley Clarke in the event Evan didn’t make it back. It’s a promise between brothers since the early days of basic training. Nate never considered that his feelings, long buried since high school, would resurface and grow stronger. 

Evan Archer wants answers. He wants someone to pay. After being gone for an unprecedented amount of time, nothing is making sense now that he’s home. Most of all, he can’t understand how his brother ended up engaged to his fiancée. Evan is determined to uncover the mystery, and win back his family.  

The Archers are about to fight dirty.

Review

Nate has returned home from a training exercise to find his long-deceased twin is alive and well and has been living in his house with his family.  To say that Evan is angry at Nate’s “betrayal” would be a huge understatement and he vows to do whatever it takes to get Ryley and his son back.  As the brothers come to blows, Ryley is stuck in the middle with her son knowing that she’ll only be able to choose one of them while destroying the other in the process.  But questions about Evan’s six year deployment remain and lives are threatened the deeper they dig.

I was really looking forward to reading CHOOSE ME and getting to experience the gut-wrenching sadness when finding out who Ryley would choose, leaving the other a devastated mess.  What’s really disappointing for me is that as soon as a fourth person entered the picture, one of the brother’s intense love for Ryley suddenly vanished into thin air, so a choice didn’t even have to be made.  I mean, I suppose it was nice and all that neither brother was left alone, but talk about being let down.

While some of the story is focused on the Archer brothers and Ryley, most of the book revolves around the conspiracy involving Evan’s team and their six year deployment.  Again, I was looking forward to the conspiracy unravelling, finding out who the players involved were, the hows, the whys, all of it, but sadly even the conspiracy let me down.  I read this book in one sitting and unless I accidentally skipped a bunch of sections, I don’t understand how the conspiracy was solved.  We were only provided with little bits of information and somehow with those tiny pieces, the entire operation was brought to its knees.  It was all wrapped up and most of the parties involved got arrested, but I was left with way too many questions (which are bugging the hell out of me) because nothing was really explained.  The conspiracy was my favourite part of the story in book # 1, but its execution and conclusion was a huge disappointment.

CHOOSE ME is told in Nate and Evan’s POVs with the epilogue being told in Ryley’s.  There will be another novel in the Archer Brothers series and it will be about Evan’s teammate, Tucker McCoy, as he tries to locate his wife and daughter that went missing after he was declared dead.

Choose Me (The Archer Brothers # 2)

My Rating:  3 Hearts

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The Kiss Of Life (Soul Mate Rescued # 1)

By Char Sharp

BR The Kiss Of Life

Synopsis

Do you believe it’s possible to fall in love again at first sight? 

No? I didn’t either. 

I was eight years old, when I told the love of my life that I would marry him someday. He laughed at me. He was nine years my senior and my big brother’s best friend. My wish came true though, and as adults, we did marry, and lived in wedded bliss for six years, until one fatal night…when my world changed forever. 

My name is Elizabeth. Terrorists murdered my beloved husband, U.S. Navy Commander William Grey Foster. Thirteen long months of sleepless, lonely nights crept by as I mourned my husband, when suddenly they took everything else from me. Now, my life was in danger, too. 

Rescued by U.S. Senator John Prescott Cole, an ex-Navy SEAL and rich playboy, he quickly became my protector. 

Could he rescue me not only from danger, but from being heartbroken and alone? 

Who would protect my heart from this handsome, fearless man? Part of it would always belong to Will, but could I give away the other part to a man who’s known as a womanizer? 

Is true love really only once in a lifetime?

Review

THE KISS OF LIFE is the debut novel from Char Sharp.  The story sounded interesting and who doesn’t like to read about a millionaire politician that can kick arse, take names, rescue the girl, all while falling in love and committing to a single woman.

Unfortunately there were a few little issues I had with the book that were hard for me to ignore.  I couldn’t relate to how the characters spoke to each other; it was so prim and proper and sometimes the dialogue was like reading a polite letter.  The two main characters addressed each other by their names constantly, and again, that just doesn’t happen in real life.  I thought that reading about the music the characters were always listening to, as well as the designer clothes Liz and John were wearing, was overly descriptive.

Despite the complaints above, I did find myself enjoying the story.  I liked both John and Liz as well as the secondary characters.  The action scenes were by far my favourite; they were written really well and had my heart pumping, hoping for a win for the good guys.  While I did enjoy the story, I felt it was a little slow going and it took me a few days to finish it.  If this is indeed Mrs Sharp’s debut novel, she has great potential writing in this genre and I would read another book from her to see how she’s progressing.

The Kiss Of Life (Soul Mate Rescued # 1)

My Rating:  3 Hearts

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