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In her steamy new vampire romance, acclaimed author Susan Sizemore pits vampires against mortals, destiny against desire....
Mia Luchese comes from a long line of vampire hunters but has never believed in the supernatural. When she's attacked by vampires, though, Mia must accept her family's dark legacy. What she doesn't know is that sexy S.W.A.T. team leader Colin Foxe, her rescuer and former lover, is also a vampire.
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Overview

In her steamy new vampire romance, acclaimed author Susan Sizemore pits vampires against mortals, destiny against desire....
Mia Luchese comes from a long line of vampire hunters but has never believed in the supernatural. When she's attacked by vampires, though, Mia must accept her family's dark legacy. What she doesn't know is that sexy S.W.A.T. team leader Colin Foxe, her rescuer and former lover, is also a vampire.
Colin doesn't want to mate with a mere mortal, but his attraction to Mia is blistering. To get to the bottom of the attack on her, he is forced to reveal his real identity — and Mia hers. But a generations-old battle that should rip them apart cannot break the bond that has their souls hungering for an eternity of ecstasy in each other's arms....

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  • ISBN-13: 9780743467445
  • Publisher: Pocket Star
  • Publication date: 3/28/2005
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 4.00 (w) x 6.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan Sizemore is the bestselling author of Primal Needs, Primal Desires, and Primal Heat, the most recent novels in her vampire Primes series, and more than twenty other romances. Susan, who lives in the Midwest, loves vampires, basketball, and hearing from readers.

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Chapter One

"The suspects finally answered the phone. Looks like we have a robbery gone sour. Maybe we can work with their demands."

The negotiator's voice, heard through Colin Foxe's headset, sounded relieved.

"Do you want us to hold?" Colin's team leader questioned.

After a considerable pause, the negotiator said, "Get your team in place, but wait for a go."

There was already an officer down inside; a cop who'd noticed something suspicious while driving by. She'd called it in, then gone inside. Shots had been fired. The situation escalated quickly after that, and now Colin's SWAT team was on the ground and on the move.

He could smell the wounded officer's blood through a bullet hole in the window. He could also sense the faint flutter of her heartbeat. She wasn't dead, but she didn't have much time. He couldn't see inside, since curtains had been pulled across the wide windows at the front of the office building, but he could sense a tangled mixture of physical markers and high emotions.

It was everybody on the team's job to stop this situation, but Colin took it very personally. He'd taken vows to protect and serve humanity that were far stronger and more binding than even his oath as a Los Angeles police officer.

He and his SWAT team were here to see that the hostages and injured cop were saved. It was a great team, well trained, well coordinated, well led; he was proud to be a part of it.

Dressed entirely in black, he moved in line with the rest of the team. Crouching low, they formed in a loose circle that was stealthily closing in on the one-story building. Their target was a small publishing company located in an office park on a quiet side street. There were at least four armed men inside, holding a dozen hostages.

The cloudy night covered the team's movements. They used nightscope goggles to focus on their objective — all but Colin, who'd perched his on the brim of his helmet. He could see in the dark.

Though he was outwardly calm, the excitement of the hunt burned through him. He was aware, the extra senses he reined in much of the time now fully focused. He could smell fear, and taste it as well. The threat of violence hung around the office building like a pall of smoke. And one touch of anger scratched across his senses like nails on slate.

He didn't think the fury was coming from one of the perps. It was one of the hostages, and she — yes, that was definitely a strong sense of femaleness — she was royally pissed off. In a hostage situation, it was better to be scared than angry. Scared people were more likely to keep their heads down and do as they were told, increasing their chances of survival. Colin didn't like this; it added risk to the situation. If this woman did something stupid...

Telepathy wasn't his strongest sense, and using it might distract him from the team effort. Besides, there were far too many people with heightened senses inside for him to affect one individual. Still, he risked sending one thought toward perps and hostages alike.

Calm down.

I am calm, came the immediate reply.

It took all his training to keep him from surging out of his crouch in surprise. She heard him! And answered! And the brief touch of her mind on his made him red-hot.

Shouts erupted from the building, followed by shots. And screams.

"Go!"

He was up and moving even as the command came.

He was the first one through the door, rushing in just in time to see the flying side kick that knocked away the gun of the man who would have shot him.

"Hey!" Colin shouted at the woman who'd disarmed the shooter.

"Thanks for the distraction." Then she jumped and kicked again, straight up, taking the bad guy under the chin. He dropped like a rock.

Colin grabbed her by the waist as she came back down, and pushed her to the floor.

"Stay put," he ordered, as the rest of his team came boiling in through the door he'd broken down.

Big brown eyes looked up at him, full of shock and fury that sizzled all the way through him. He pointed for her to get under a nearby desk, then turned and took out another gunman. There was already a third man down; no doubt the Karate Kid had gotten him. Which was probably why the shooting had started.

Farther back, in the rooms beyond this reception area, he heard shouts and screaming. Members of the team were heading that way at a run. A medical team was already working on the injured cop; others were cuffing the downed men.

"You could have gotten everybody killed!" Colin yelled at the woman.

"Well, I didn't!" she shouted back.

This was no time for an argument. Colin quickly rejoined his team and got into the well-practiced rhythm of a rescue operation. But even as he helped to secure the rest of the bad guys, part of him was still aware of the impression of soft, warm flesh over hard muscle that he'd gotten in the moment he held her. Her skin held the scent of ginger and her psychic signature was pure heat, as if her blood was laced with chili peppers.

He couldn't let it go. He marched back to the front of the building as soon as the whole place was secure. By now she was out from under the desk, and one of the medics was arguing with her. Colin noticed that one side of her face was badly bruised, and she was cradling her left hand with her right.

Anger shot through him, and a hot, possessive protectiveness. "Who hurt you?" he demanded.

She looked around, and her dark brown eyes locked on his. "I'm fine."

"That doesn't answer the question."

Her gaze flickered to an unconscious perp on the floor, then back to Colin. "I took care of it."

Her response only served to redirect his annoyance at her. He ripped off his helmet and headset to glare at her fully. "You had no business doing what you — "

"Hey!" She interrupted him. "I saved your ass."

"No, you didn't."

"He was going to shoot you when you came through that door."

"He wouldn't have." Colin took the woman by the shoulders and was instantly and intimately aware of the warmth of her skin. "My job is to do the rescuing."

Her anger was incandescent. "You were a little late. Those men held us hostage for four hours. Where were you?"

"Organizing a safe rescue." Everything about her burned him, but he liked it. She infuriated him, needed to be tamed, and he liked that, too.

"Did you stop at Starbuck's for a few hours on the way?" She jerked her head to where the medics were working on the wounded officer. "She could have died. We all could have. Somebody had to do something."

"So you took it upon yourself to play hero? Bad move, sister."

Her head came up sharply, brown eyes flashing. He could have kissed her then and there. "I am not your sister."

"And you're no hero, either," Colin shot back.

"Officer," the medic cut in. He put a hand firmly on Colin's arm. "Officer."

The Prime part of Colin almost turned on the medic with bared fangs, as if the man was challenging him for a mate. It shocked him that the instinctive impulse was nearly triggered by a mortal, and it took him a moment to get the vampire part of himself under control. He had to close his eyes, take a deep breath — and let the woman go.

"Ms. Luchese's injured," he heard the medic say. "We need to get her to the ER."

"I told you I'm fine," she said.

This reminded Colin that a few moments ago, his impulse had been to make someone pay for hurting her. He looked at her and said, "Luchese, you always think you know best, and never do what you're told, right?"

She smiled. It was wicked and edgy, and that lit a different kind of fire in him.

"Yeah," she acknowledged.

"Go with the medic," he told her. She would have protested further, but he sent a stern command into her mind. Go.

Then his team commander called him, and Colin went back to work.

Several hours later, he met the Luchese woman in the ER waiting room as she came out of a treatment room. There were plenty of cops around, making his presence fairly anonymous in the hubbub, so it didn't look like he was hanging around waiting for her. Yet she spotted him instantly, as if she was as drawn to him as he was to her. He watched her look at him, then look away. He felt her consider walking past him and out the door. Her left arm was in a sling, and a shiny cream covered the bruises on her face. Her shoulders had a tired slump to them, which she consciously straightened when she saw him. Apparently she was ready to do battle all over again.

"You look beautiful," he said, coming up to her.

Her eyes went wide in surprise. She clearly thought he was making fun of her, and asked, "Officer, are you supposed to talk like that?"

"I'm off duty."

"You're not here to — take a statement, or something?"

"Didn't an officer talk to you already?"

"Yeah. He told me everyone got out okay. But why are you — "

"I wanted to check on you." He couldn't help but run a hand up her uninjured arm. He felt her shiver. "How are you feeling?"

"Nothing's broken, just a sprained wrist," she answered. "I don't need the sling, but I promised the nice intern who looked at it that I'd wear it until I'm outside the hospital door." She took a deep breath, and made a wry face. "I'm sorry I yelled at you. You risked your life to save us. Thank you."

He gave a slight shrug, and refrained from telling her that she shouldn't have risked her life when he was there to take care of her kind. Mortal life was precious; it was an honor to protect the helpless — even if Luchese here didn't think she was.

"I was scared," she went on. "That made me — testy."

"What were you doing out in the front office with your captor? Why weren't you tied up in the back with the others?"

"I thought you weren't here to ask questions?"

"Not officially. I'm curious. You were up to something, weren't you?"

"They were making ransom demands," she answered. "They were incompetent idiots with guns. They — "

"Had the wrong building," he filled in. "We know that from questioning them. By the time they figured out they'd screwed up, the officer had called the robbery in. But what were you doing?"

"Trying to split them up, so I could take one down and get his weapon. They were demanding a lot of money, and threatening to kill people if they didn't get it. So I said I was an heiress, and if they'd let me call my family, they'd be rich. I got one of them to take me up front so I could use the receptionist's phone, while one of the others was occupied talking to your negotiator in the back. It worked." She laughed, but the sound was a little shaky. "And I was only there to pick up my friend Courtney for lunch."

He shook a finger under her nose. "Luchese, that was very stupid of you. But brave," he added, as a flash of annoyance went through her. He touched the tip of her nose, then found himself tracing the outline of her lips. Soft, full, warm lips. They sent a wave of hunger through him. He was going to kiss those lips soon. The smoldering look she gave him told him she knew it, too. He was going to taste her. But this was not the place.

He made himself take a step back. "My name's Colin Foxe," he finally introduced himself. "You have a first name, Luchese?"

"Mia," she answered. "Mia Luchese."

Mia. A short, pretty, uncomplicated mortal name. It had nothing in common with the complex, beautiful names of vampire females. Someday he was going to bond with a vampire female, but right now he wanted this human woman.

He reached out and took her uninjured hand. "I'll take you home."

Copyright © 2005 by Susan Sizemore

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First Chapter

Chapter One

"The suspects finally answered the phone. Looks like we have a robbery gone sour. Maybe we can work with their demands."

The negotiator's voice, heard through Colin Foxe's headset, sounded relieved.

"Do you want us to hold?" Colin's team leader questioned.

After a considerable pause, the negotiator said, "Get your team in place, but wait for a go."

There was already an officer down inside; a cop who'd noticed something suspicious while driving by. She'd called it in, then gone inside. Shots had been fired. The situation escalated quickly after that, and now Colin's SWAT team was on the ground and on the move.

He could smell the wounded officer's blood through a bullet hole in the window. He could also sense the faint flutter of her heartbeat. She wasn't dead, but she didn't have much time. He couldn't see inside, since curtains had been pulled across the wide windows at the front of the office building, but he could sense a tangled mixture of physical markers and high emotions.

It was everybody on the team's job to stop this situation, but Colin took it very personally. He'd taken vows to protect and serve humanity that were far stronger and more binding than even his oath as a Los Angeles police officer.

He and his SWAT team were here to see that the hostages and injured cop were saved. It was a great team, well trained, well coordinated, well led; he was proud to be a part of it.

Dressed entirely in black, he moved in line with the rest of the team. Crouching low, they formed in a loose circle that was stealthily closing in on the one-story building. Their target was a small publishing companylocated in an office park on a quiet side street. There were at least four armed men inside, holding a dozen hostages.

The cloudy night covered the team's movements. They used nightscope goggles to focus on their objective -- all but Colin, who'd perched his on the brim of his helmet. He could see in the dark.

Though he was outwardly calm, the excitement of the hunt burned through him. He was aware, the extra senses he reined in much of the time now fully focused. He could smell fear, and taste it as well. The threat of violence hung around the office building like a pall of smoke. And one touch of anger scratched across his senses like nails on slate.

He didn't think the fury was coming from one of the perps. It was one of the hostages, and she -- yes, that was definitely a strong sense of femaleness -- she was royally pissed off. In a hostage situation, it was better to be scared than angry. Scared people were more likely to keep their heads down and do as they were told, increasing their chances of survival. Colin didn't like this; it added risk to the situation. If this woman did something stupid...

Telepathy wasn't his strongest sense, and using it might distract him from the team effort. Besides, there were far too many people with heightened senses inside for him to affect one individual. Still, he risked sending one thought toward perps and hostages alike.

Calm down.

I am calm, came the immediate reply.

It took all his training to keep him from surging out of his crouch in surprise. She heard him! And answered! And the brief touch of her mind on his made him red-hot.

Shouts erupted from the building, followed by shots. And screams.

"Go!"

He was up and moving even as the command came.

He was the first one through the door, rushing in just in time to see the flying side kick that knocked away the gun of the man who would have shot him.

"Hey!" Colin shouted at the woman who'd disarmed the shooter.

"Thanks for the distraction." Then she jumped and kicked again, straight up, taking the bad guy under the chin. He dropped like a rock.

Colin grabbed her by the waist as she came back down, and pushed her to the floor.

"Stay put," he ordered, as the rest of his team came boiling in through the door he'd broken down.

Big brown eyes looked up at him, full of shock and fury that sizzled all the way through him. He pointed for her to get under a nearby desk, then turned and took out another gunman. There was already a third man down; no doubt the Karate Kid had gotten him. Which was probably why the shooting had started.

Farther back, in the rooms beyond this reception area, he heard shouts and screaming. Members of the team were heading that way at a run. A medical team was already working on the injured cop; others were cuffing the downed men.

"You could have gotten everybody killed!" Colin yelled at the woman.

"Well, I didn't!" she shouted back.

This was no time for an argument. Colin quickly rejoined his team and got into the well-practiced rhythm of a rescue operation. But even as he helped to secure the rest of the bad guys, part of him was still aware of the impression of soft, warm flesh over hard muscle that he'd gotten in the moment he held her. Her skin held the scent of ginger and her psychic signature was pure heat, as if her blood was laced with chili peppers.

He couldn't let it go. He marched back to the front of the building as soon as the whole place was secure. By now she was out from under the desk, and one of the medics was arguing with her. Colin noticed that one side of her face was badly bruised, and she was cradling her left hand with her right.

Anger shot through him, and a hot, possessive protectiveness. "Who hurt you?" he demanded.

She looked around, and her dark brown eyes locked on his. "I'm fine."

"That doesn't answer the question."

Her gaze flickered to an unconscious perp on the floor, then back to Colin. "I took care of it."

Her response only served to redirect his annoyance at her. He ripped off his helmet and headset to glare at her fully. "You had no business doing what you -- "

"Hey!" She interrupted him. "I saved your ass."

"No, you didn't."

"He was going to shoot you when you came through that door."

"He wouldn't have." Colin took the woman by the shoulders and was instantly and intimately aware of the warmth of her skin. "My job is to do the rescuing."

Her anger was incandescent. "You were a little late. Those men held us hostage for four hours. Where were you?"

"Organizing a safe rescue." Everything about her burned him, but he liked it. She infuriated him, needed to be tamed, and he liked that, too.

"Did you stop at Starbuck's for a few hours on the way?" She jerked her head to where the medics were working on the wounded officer. "She could have died. We all could have. Somebody had to do something."

"So you took it upon yourself to play hero? Bad move, sister."

Her head came up sharply, brown eyes flashing. He could have kissed her then and there. "I am not your sister."

"And you're no hero, either," Colin shot back.

"Officer," the medic cut in. He put a hand firmly on Colin's arm. "Officer."

The Prime part of Colin almost turned on the medic with bared fangs, as if the man was challenging him for a mate. It shocked him that the instinctive impulse was nearly triggered by a mortal, and it took him a moment to get the vampire part of himself under control. He had to close his eyes, take a deep breath -- and let the woman go.

"Ms. Luchese's injured," he heard the medic say. "We need to get her to the ER."

"I told you I'm fine," she said.

This reminded Colin that a few moments ago, his impulse had been to make someone pay for hurting her. He looked at her and said, "Luchese, you always think you know best, and never do what you're told, right?"

She smiled. It was wicked and edgy, and that lit a different kind of fire in him.

"Yeah," she acknowledged.

"Go with the medic," he told her. She would have protested further, but he sent a stern command into her mind. Go.

Then his team commander called him, and Colin went back to work.

Several hours later, he met the Luchese woman in the ER waiting room as she came out of a treatment room. There were plenty of cops around, making his presence fairly anonymous in the hubbub, so it didn't look like he was hanging around waiting for her. Yet she spotted him instantly, as if she was as drawn to him as he was to her. He watched her look at him, then look away. He felt her consider walking past him and out the door. Her left arm was in a sling, and a shiny cream covered the bruises on her face. Her shoulders had a tired slump to them, which she consciously straightened when she saw him. Apparently she was ready to do battle all over again.

"You look beautiful," he said, coming up to her.

Her eyes went wide in surprise. She clearly thought he was making fun of her, and asked, "Officer, are you supposed to talk like that?"

"I'm off duty."

"You're not here to -- take a statement, or something?"

"Didn't an officer talk to you already?"

"Yeah. He told me everyone got out okay. But why are you -- "

"I wanted to check on you." He couldn't help but run a hand up her uninjured arm. He felt her shiver. "How are you feeling?"

"Nothing's broken, just a sprained wrist," she answered. "I don't need the sling, but I promised the nice intern who looked at it that I'd wear it until I'm outside the hospital door." She took a deep breath, and made a wry face. "I'm sorry I yelled at you. You risked your life to save us. Thank you."

He gave a slight shrug, and refrained from telling her that she shouldn't have risked her life when he was there to take care of her kind. Mortal life was precious; it was an honor to protect the helpless -- even if Luchese here didn't think she was.

"I was scared," she went on. "That made me -- testy."

"What were you doing out in the front office with your captor? Why weren't you tied up in the back with the others?"

"I thought you weren't here to ask questions?"

"Not officially. I'm curious. You were up to something, weren't you?"

"They were making ransom demands," she answered. "They were incompetent idiots with guns. They -- "

"Had the wrong building," he filled in. "We know that from questioning them. By the time they figured out they'd screwed up, the officer had called the robbery in. But what were you doing?"

"Trying to split them up, so I could take one down and get his weapon. They were demanding a lot of money, and threatening to kill people if they didn't get it. So I said I was an heiress, and if they'd let me call my family, they'd be rich. I got one of them to take me up front so I could use the receptionist's phone, while one of the others was occupied talking to your negotiator in the back. It worked." She laughed, but the sound was a little shaky. "And I was only there to pick up my friend Courtney for lunch."

He shook a finger under her nose. "Luchese, that was very stupid of you. But brave," he added, as a flash of annoyance went through her. He touched the tip of her nose, then found himself tracing the outline of her lips. Soft, full, warm lips. They sent a wave of hunger through him. He was going to kiss those lips soon. The smoldering look she gave him told him she knew it, too. He was going to taste her. But this was not the place.

He made himself take a step back. "My name's Colin Foxe," he finally introduced himself. "You have a first name, Luchese?"

"Mia," she answered. "Mia Luchese."

Mia. A short, pretty, uncomplicated mortal name. It had nothing in common with the complex, beautiful names of vampire females. Someday he was going to bond with a vampire female, but right now he wanted this human woman.

He reached out and took her uninjured hand. "I'll take you home."

Copyright © 2005 by Susan Sizemore

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  • Posted April 15, 2010

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    GREAT read

    I read this series just because of its title at first. They are very sexy, tension filled and erotic. Similar to Kresley Cole and Lara Adrian in writing. Quick read but I wouldn't miss it.

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  • Posted December 26, 2009

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    Totally loved it.

    I really like Susan's style of writing, even though her books are a work of fiction, one can totally relate to her characters. I've read most of her books in paper format and now that I have my nook, I'll be downloading them again. They get better the more times I read them!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2008

    Good book

    I liked this book more towards the end than the beginning.. the start was a little slow, but towards the middle it started to pick up more. The main guy is still sexy as heck and caring a great deal for his mate..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2006

    nicole a romantic novel lover

    this book is the most erotic and moves me this book is amazing especially the sexy colin!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2006

    Cool light read

    I enjoyed this novel, not as much as the other two. Colin, the main vamp could have been more interesting as a character, but overall, I still enjoyed this novel.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2005

    Great Book.. Enjoyed It

    I bought the book because I have read the other 2. I must say I enjoyed this one the most. I am looking forward to another book from the Author. I recommend the books to anyone who enjoys Vampire stories.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2005

    Good read.

    The connection between Mia Luchese and Colin Foxe is immediate and supercharged. Time and again they are drawn together, no matter how they try to resist. Each one conceals a secret, however, that if known would make them mortal enemies were it not for the bond between them. Mia is a vampire hunter by birth, and Colin is a vampire. When an outlaw Tribe makes Mia its target, Colin is forced to bring her into his world, a far more complex one than she ever imagined. Now, attacked on two sides, the lovers and their allies fight an all out war against bestial vampires and a mad human, Mia's own grandfather. ......................................... **** Ms. Sizemore's vampire world is among the best structured and most complex of all the vampiric multiverses out there. True, the slayer and vampire being in love is rapidly becoming a popular theme, but only because it is a fascinating one, and it is well handled here. If you love vampires, then this is one book that belongs on your list of keepers. ****

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Fabulous vampire romance

    Los Angeles SWAT leader Colin Foxe gets ready to lead his team on an assault to free hostages when he receives a mental message that one of the victims is angry. He telepathically tells her to stay calm; she replies that she is. As his team charges into the room, freelance writer Mia ¿Karate Kid¿ Luchese has already overcome the criminals. Colin and Mia argue over safety................... Six months later, Colin, a Prime of Clan Reynard vampire, thirsts for Mia and even follows her at night. This evening he intercedes when the rival Tribe vampire attacks her. Afterward, he admits he is a vampire and she confesses that she comes from a long line of vampire hunters. As they fall in love, they must overcome their respective heritages and a deadly threat from the brazen Tribe vampire colony......................... Susan Sizemore will make readers believe that colonies of vampires thrive amongst us mortals with her delightful supernatural romance I HUNGER FOR YOU. The relationship between Colin and Mia is wonderful to follow as the alpha vampiric male struggles with his feelings for the independent mortal female. There ancestry adds a Romeo and Juliet twist to the mix. Vampire romance readers will hunger for more works like this one and the previous thrillers like I THIRST FOR YOU and I BURN FOR YOU from Ms. Sizemore.................. Harriet Klausner

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