The Story of Us by Tara Sivec

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The Story of Us by Tara Sivec | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comThe Story of Us by Tara Sivec | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comThe Story of Us by Tara Sivec | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBxtches Be Blogging Book ReviewsBXTCHES Gotta Warn: Truth be told, I should’ve been done with this review a bit ago, but. . .Memorial Day weekend. . .end of the school year. . .and. . .good ole’ gut wrenching heartache kept me away (the kind this book induced). So, Memorial Day weekend, the hubby was off, which isn’t really a terrible thing BUT it’s hard to read a book where emotional noise is required, whether it’s laughing or crying, while he is laying next to me (he’s an overnight worker FYI, so usually I have the bed to myself), because he tends to look at me like I’ve grown extra body parts when tears are streaming down my face all because of something that I’ve read and after getting just a glimpse of the reviews that were pouring in, I figured that was bound to happen. Now, funny enough this judgement is coming from the same man who when we went to see Titanic (all those years ago) was so emotionally moved that his contact was on his cheek by the time Jack sunk to the bottom. . .that is a true story, BXTCHES. But, whatevs, I just decided to hold off my nighttime reading routine and squeeze in some heartache whenever I could. Speaking of heartache and this is really where the real warning comes in, just prepare yourself. The cover above, while beautiful, is a bit deceiving. Look at it, it screams picnics on the lake and sunsets with the one you love and while I’m quite sure that after the last page was turned, Shelby and Eli were certainly enjoying the sunset whilst picnicking on the lake BUT for the sake of this book, I feel that it will be read one of two ways. . .you’re either going to need to read it in sections, while taking some breaks, you know to put your soul back together OR you will be a glutton for some punishment and read it in its entirety in one sitting, therefore causing a need for copious amount of tequila (or whatever sets you right), but again, to put your soul back together. Now that you have been warned, let’s talk about this fucking book.

The Story of Us will be brought to us from the POV’s of both Eli and Shelby.

Normally, I try to add a bit of “what is this book about” to my reviews, while adding my personal thoughts regarding the book throughout, and I’m still sticking to that format, but I’m gonna go in a little more vague. First, I don’t wanna ruin anything for you (that would make me an actual bitch) and secondly, you’re heart needs to be crushed just like this BXTCH’s heart was, because let’s face it. . .that is really the only way to come back around and really understand that sometimes you gotta trudge through some shit so you can actually enjoy lakeside picnics and sunsets.

We meet Eli while he is literally in the pits of hell. He and some of his Marine brothers (including his best friend, Rylan) are being held captive and have been for years and although they are being kept alive, life at that point is really subjective when you are being tortured and beaten on the regular. The one thing tethering Eli to any sort of heartbeat is the memory of Shelby. . .the one he left behind, the one he loves, the one that makes him whole, and the one he tore apart.

Shelby is a silent sufferer, maybe silent sufferer isn’t the write descriptor, she’s more of a silent protector. She believes that the love of her life, her ever after, was killed while serving his country and still she is going through her own personal hell, all in the name of Eli. There’s so much to say about Shelby, but let’s just do a quick rundown. Shelby comes from money and happened to come from a mother who is a raging bitch and that’s me being nice. Shelby and Eli meet while he is working in the stables of her family home, told you. . .money. Long story short, rich girl falls for not so rich guy. . .bitch mom has a reputation. . .just put two and two together and well. . .that’s all you’re gonna get from me on that. 

I don’t think I’m spoiling too much if I actually let you in on the fact that Eli is not dead and one of the top things (of many) on his to-do list is find HIS Shelby and even though it’s been years since he has laid eyes on her, he knows that deep down inside, the one who captured his heart is still there and then there’s the small hiccup of everyone believing that he is actually dead. . .so, things aren’t right, I guess I should say that things aren’t the way they are supposed to be. Intrigued yet?

The way this story unfolds, you may find yourself reading on eggshells, just waiting for the torment to come raining down. The capture and torture that Eli suffers through is agony and the grief that Shelby has gone through is painful and when you realize that there is going to be so much more coming through, heartbreak will be an understatement. But it’s the beauty in their story that will have you wanting more. . .it’s the finding of love in the most difficult of situations that will have you eager to go on the journey. Since that’s all I’m willing to share, let’s talk about this fantastic cast of characters that Tara Sivec has conjured up.

It’s expected that you’re gonna fall in love with Eli and Shelby and trust a BXTCH you may fall hard, so brace. It’s the others, the ones written for support that are so compelling and will have you laughing and crying and cussing and angry. . .the whole spectrum gets covered. . .it will almost be like that time of the month but without the feeling of someone trying to rip out your uterus. The personality traits that each character brought to the story never bled into one another and what I thought she did so beautifully well was being able to draw the appropriate emotion from you. You know when you watch a movie and the antagonist is so convincing that you find yourself grinding your teeth and clenching your jaw because you just hate them so much, but that’s also how you know the actor/actress has really done their job, right? That’s how well some of these motherfuckers were written, it’s easy to fall in love with a character, it’s kinda what’s expected when you crack open a book. . .but to create a personality that one is supposed to despise and to do it, well what seems to be effortlessly. . .actually I was gonna say it must be difficult, but I’m not a writer, so I really wouldn’t know, but I do believe it has to be a ton of fun to write a character that you already know is going to be loathed. There is not one character written to help tell this story that wasn’t placed perfectly, that didn’t do the job, regardless of how big or small the part. Here’s the truth. . .while I love the ones that lead (and boy did I love Eli and Shelby), when an author can really round out a story with a pretty awesome supporting cast. . .it is greatness.

So, let’s get dirty. I knew that the sex between Eli and Shelby was going to be pretty explosive and it certainly was, but what I wasn’t expecting was the fucking to actually be tender and sweet and making love while still delivering the dirty talking, rough and good ole’ toe curling, nails down the back fucking. I didn’t even know that type of response could be conjured from me. . .it was wild and passionate and heartbreaking and loaded with love and lust. . .she basically rolled it all up and served it on a super sexy platter.

I think I’m pretty good at checking out new authors, but I do have my pocket of favorites and it’s those storytellers that are always my go to. The ones that I re-read, depending on the mood I’m in, the ones I always recommend when someone is looking for something new to read. I can always depend on Kristen Ashley or Harper Sloan when I need an Alpha fix. . .I go to Jaci J or River Savage when I’m looking to fall in love with a MC. . .if I need just pure sex on legs, I turn to Vi Keeland (and pair her with Penelope Ward and holy hotness). . .but when I’m looking to escape with laugh out loud comedy, my list is long, but Tara Sivec is at the top. So, I wasn’t real sure at what my emotions were going to go through with this book. I knew it wasn’t going to be funny, so that expectation had to be tucked away for the time being and the only reviews that I noticed, were popping up on Facebook and I only really paid attention to the intros, not so much the actual review (I like to go in blind), so I knew I was going to get some form of anguish.

Anguish just didn’t cover it. I’m not sure how far into the imagination Tara Sivec had to go to pull this story out, but JFC, when that BXTCH gets an idea, she goes all in and even though the journey broke my heart and even though there may have been times during those breaks I cussed her just a tiny bit, in the end, it was worth it. I was the reader who needed to put it down, I was also the reader whose favorite parts of the book were the ones where Eli was the most broken, because that was when the story was the most raw and Tara was at her best.Bxtches Be Reading5 Star Read for Bxtches Be ReadingThe Story of Us by Tara Sivec | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Arrow’s Hell (Wind Dragons MC Series, Book #2) by Chantal Fernando

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BXTCHES Gotta Warn: Here we go again, another MC book, the same warning. This is only book #2 in the Wind Dragon’s MC Series and yes, you should go ahead and read Dragon’s Lair first. Now, I am about to spoil some things for you BXTCHES, but that’s what happens when you go out of order. The name of this book is Arrow’s Hell and in Dragon’s Lair, Arrow loses the woman that he loved when the Wind Dragon’s clubhouse comes under attack. This loss really cuts Arrow deep, so deep, that this book takes place five years AFTER his tragic loss and he still believes that he deserves the “hell” in which he lives, which, hence the name. So, what I’m trying to say is this. . .part of this story begins in book #1, so please try to stick to the flow of the series and read these books in order, don’t worry, you will not be sorry. Trust a BXTCH!

Arrow’s Hell will be told through the POV of Anna.

Like I mentioned, Arrow’s Hell kicks up five years after Dragon’s Lair ends. And in that time, Arrow spends some of it behind bars and the rest wallowing in his own pity. Anna is the younger sister of Rake and has just moved back to town, and even though she has caught the eye of Arrow, he refuses to allow himself any gratification, instead punishing himself for the death of Mary. Anna is certainly infatuated by Arrow and she realizes that there is some pain hidden in his eyes, however, he ain’t giving in, no matter how tempting the offer. 

Anna and Rake grew up with a drug addicted mother and non-existent father, the only family that they could rely on was each other. After high school, Anna moves on to college and Rake finds his family within the MC. He is thrilled as fuck when Anna decides to come home to finish school. Unfortunately for Anna, Rake’s MC family becomes her family and with that comes a hella bunch of overbearing, overprotective, bikers. Especially when any attempt at establishing some sort of independence is met with a shit ton of resistance.

This series (so far) balances out the MC storyline well with the romance storyline. While I’m pretty good at piecing together the puzzle, the MC storyline here definitely threw me for a loop. The Wind Dragon’s are in conflict with the Wild Men MC, which happens to be the same MC that shot and killed Mary five years earlier and the same MC whose President was killed by Arrow, in retaliation of Mary’s death. So, all you need to know is this. . .even though retribution happened years earlier, it’s still giving Arrow his own version of hell, which in result is going to present Anna with her own as well.

Chantal Fernando does a fantastic job of creating a great ensemble read. Supporting characters are not only mentioned here and there within these pages, they are very intricate parts of the book. There are many relationships in play here. Anna develops a very close relationship with Tracker, who really becomes a rock for her, there is her BFF Lana, who happens to catch the eye of Tracker (which sets us up for book #3), there is the dynamic between her and Rake, who after years apart are trying to find a balance with one another. Equally as important is the relationship between Rake and Arrow, which hits a bit of a snag when Anna comes into play. And the love that develops between Anna and Arrow was akin to a beautiful disaster. A young lady trying to live up to the ghost of his past and Arrow trying to figure out if he is actually worthy of receiving love in the way that it deserve to be given. 

Let’s talk about the good stuff. Once Anna and Arrow move past their obstacles, when they finally decide to pull back the covers and jump in head first, they do not disappoint. Your imagination is certainly going to get it’s workout. The way Chantal Fernando writes the sex scenes here really does almost double duty. The love that Anna and Arrow have for one another comes through loud and clear when they move the dancing to the bedroom. But sometimes fucking isn’t always about love. . .it’s about lust. . .it’s about passion. . .it’s about need. . .and every one of those emotions pour off of the page and you can feel the depth of each and every one.

So, Tracker gets his story next and I can already tell you that it is a great read, one that I’m about to reacquaint myself with. All in all, this series really is captivating, it really does a great job of forcing you to keep going. I think it’s a great addition to any MC family, and if you’ve yet to sink your teeth in a really good MC book, this is a fantastic place to start.Bxtches Be ReadingBook Review.4Favorite Quotes TagArrow's Hell (Wind Dragons MC Series, Book #2) by Chantal Fernando | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Clutch (Satan’s Fury MC Series, Book #4) by L. Wilder

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BXTCHES Gotta Warn: In my previous reviews with this series, my warning was to read the books in order, even though the claim on Amazon was that the books could be read as stand-alones. My reasoning? Well, there is a plot line threaded within the first three books of this series, so in order to have some understanding of what’s going on, it’s important to go 1, 2, then 3. I would normally issue the same warning with this book, and I still sort of am, the storyline that was weaved through the first three books, already has closure by the time we make it to Clutch. The only pre-requisite understanding you need with Clutch is this. . .in Cotton, Clutch admits that he had fallen in love Cassidy and when he realizes that Cass is in fact in love with Cotton and he stands no chance at love with her, it sends Clutch on the road, a need for him to separate himself from that part of his life, which eventually leads him to Tennessee. I tell you this because if you have an uncontrollable need to take a hop, skip, and a jump over Maverick, Stitch, and Cotton, you won’t be too far out of the loop, now, do I still think you should go in order? Abso-fucking-lutly! This is a fantastic series and one that you would enjoy so much more if you just go in order.  There, warning is now over.

Clutch will be told through the POV’s of both Clutch and Olivia.

Clutch starts off a bit brutal, we start with the murder of Olivia’s parents. Olivia is the oldest of three children, her younger brother and sister (Charlie and Hadley) still live at home and are barely able to get out of their house when the intruders change the course of their lives forever. Olivia steps in and takes over the role as guardian, but when the threat follows them, they hightail it out of Boston and into Memphis.

Even though Clutch needed an escape, that didn’t relieve him of any of his duties to the MC, those responsibilities lead him to Memphis to do some work for the Satan’s Fury chapter there and it is there where he where he meets Hazel or Olivia disguised as Hazel considering they are somewhat on the run. 

Of course, they are both attracted to one another, but Olivia isn’t impressed by the sexy as fuck biker. She’s even less than thrilled when she finds out that Clutch is living right next door to her and the kiddos. It doesn’t take long for Clutch to worm his way under Olivia’s skin and right through her front door.

Clutch knows pretty early on that Olivia is hiding something and with his interest in her and the kids, he puts Big Mike on the job. Clutch soon finds out some of the truth that Olivia is hiding and soon after, Olivia fills in the rest of the blanks.

I shouldn’t have to tell you that Olivia and Clutch find their way to one another, of course they do. It’s the obstacles they find themselves having to jump over. . .he lives in Washington, she lives in Tennessee. . .he’s a biker, she’s a young woman just trying to raise two kids. . .her parents were murdered, with no lead as to why and she is on the run from the unknown. So, while the previous three books centered around the same MC driven story, Clutch is centered around the murder of Olivia’s parents, so not really MC driven, just a crime that got the MC involved.

In the previous books, we got a round about introduction to the rest of the Satan’s Fury family and we continue to get to know them as each story unfolds. In Clutch, the supporting cast are the ones we meet in Tennessee, as far as the Washington chapter of the MC, we only really hear from Smokey and that’s just via phone, but the introduction to Smokey is important because he is the subject of the next book. It’s not that we don’t revisit the ones that we have already fallen in love with, it’s just that the majority of this book takes place in Tennessee, while the previous books took place in Washington.

I think that there is a lot to love about MC books. There’s the crime driven aspect, which if it’s written well, even if it’s a storyline you don’t really understand all that much, it can truly captivate you. There’s the Alpha male aspect, which again, if it’s really well written, you’ll be adding a new book boyfriend to your list. But, I think that one of the best/favorite things about a MC book. . .is how well they fuck. I know, it’s makes this BXTCH pretty shallow, but I don’t give a fuck. If an author writes the scenes really well, it will activate an imagination that would put the best porn scene to shame. No worries here, Clutch knows how to drive the big dick home. 

I don’t really have too many complaints about how Clutch unfolds. I just think I’m a sucker for angsty drama, because if I could wish for anything within these pages it is this. . .we all know how Clutch felt about Cassidy, right? He thought he was for sure in love and even when his grandmother tells him that it wasn’t love, he is still unsure of her wisdom. It is only when he meets Olivia that he realizes that grandma did in fact know her shit. Obviously, Olivia is going to hear from somewhere that Clutch was in love with Cassidy and she does hear it (surely I’m not spoiling this for you), she just doesn’t react the way I wanted her to. You know, the “OMG, there is no way he loves me when he loved her” and then have the obligatory separation until she realizes what a mistake she’s made. Just the typical angsty drama a BXTCH loves. 

Smokey is next in the Satan’s Fury lineup and since I have already started and finished that book (in less than a day), I can assure that you will not be disappointed. Stay tuned for that review.Bxtches Be ReadingBook Review.4Favorite Quotes TagClutch (Satan's Fury MC Series, Book #5) by L. Wilder | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Say You’ll Stay (Return To Me Series, Book #1) by Corinne Michaels

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Say You’ll Stay (Return To Me Series, Book #1) by Corinne Michaels

BXTCHES Gotta Warn: I should probably tell you that Say You’ll Stay is one of the best “movies” I have ever read. I know that sounds strange and once you read the book, I think you’ll understand. I’ve read one other book from Corinne Michaels (Consolation), which is crazy talk, considering the fact that I think her writing is glorious-I should probably rectify that soon. The only other warning I should probably issue to you is this, be ready to get all the feels, I may have only read just one book by Corinne Michaels, but that was enough for me to know that she is going to hit you right in that spot that makes you close your eyes, put your head back, and take in the deep breaths. Emotional? Yes. Worth it? Ahhhh, fuck yeah.

Say You’ll Stay will be told mainly through Presley’s POV with a couple of chapters through Zach’s eyes sprinkled in.

When I read the blurb for Say You’ll Stay, it lead me to believe that the situation with Presley and her husband Todd, ends in a more typical fashion than the one we were given. The only reason I’m gonna spill the beans is because the beans get spilled in the very first chapter, so that gives me the assurance I need that I’m actually not ruining it for you. While I knew that a betrayal certainly occurred, I was thinking that it was something along the lines of an affair. I wasn’t really prepared for Presley to find her husband hanging from the beams in their bathroom. I should probably give you some sort of “Presley backstory”.

Presley is from Bell Buckle, Tennessee. And it is as country as it sounds. Presley and Zach were “the couple”, the ones that everyone in town knew would grow old together. Presley followed Zach to college and the life that they envisioned was starting to pan out, until it wasn’t. Decisions had to be made and in the end, Zach walked away, leaving a very heartbroken Presley behind. Enter Todd.

Todd was the brother of Presley’s BFF Angie, and he was there to put the pieces of the heartbreak back together which lead to Presley and Todd falling in love, getting married, having twins and setting up home in Pennsylvania, taking Presley away from Bell Buckle and the memories there that haunt her. Never in a million years did Presley believe that her husband would be the catalyst that sends her back to the one place she swore she would never again call home.

Her husband choosing to leave his family the way he did, didn’t just leave Presley without a husband and her twins without a father, it left her penniless, which is what forces her move back to her parents and back into the life of the one she hasn’t seen in seventeen years, Zach. 

I’m sure you can certainly see where it is that this story is headed. And if you can’t, let a BXTCH help you out. . .yes, it’s headed toward a Zach + Presley = Forever. But, first there are certainly obstacles standing in the way of that ever after. Secrets need to be exposed, girlfriends need to become ex, grief needs to flourish and Presley needs to come to terms that she is home and she need to figure out where it is her adult self fits in Bell Buckle. 

Say You’ll Stay is a great book, but it’s the cast of characters that take a great story to a phenomenal story. There are some books that have the supporting cast as really just fill-ins, not that that is a bad thing, it’s not, it’s just a different type of book. This book requires the whole enchilada and boy does this BXTCH love some Mexican food. Every single character that touches the pages within this book, adds a layer that you would not be able to do without. Some add so much, that I’m gonna have to request an additional book(s) just to get more from them (ahem, Wyatt, Trent, Cooper. . .can you hear me Corinne Michaels?) There is not any part of this story that drags, that leaves you eager to get through the lull and that’s because there are so many characters that’s keeping you captivated.

While sex is present in Say You’ll Stay, it’s not what drives the story and it’s not quite as intoxicating as the sexual tension that builds between Zach and Presley. But no worries, it’s not the sex between the two that’ll have you falling in love, it is really the “meant to be, deep rooted, ever after” love that’ll win you over. I know, I know, it’s corny, but oh so true.

I meant it when I said that Say You’ll Stay is one of the best movies I have ever read. I think that when you dive in between the pages, your imagination will have it playing out like it was on the big screen (hint hint: someone put this on the big screen STAT). I could not put it down, even when my sister was over trying to have a conversation with me, I kept looking at my phone, just to get through the next chapter (I know, I’m such a BXTCH). 

Thank you Corinne Michaels, you gave this BXTCH a great escape.Bxtches Be Reading5 Star Read for Bxtches Be ReadingFavorite Quotes TagSay You'll Stay (Return To Me Series, Book #1) by Corinne Michaels | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Wednesday by Kendall Ryan

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Wednesday by Kendall Ryan

BXTCHES Gotta Warn: Before you start this book, make sure you have found yourself a nice cozy spot to get lost in, because once you have finished page one, you will not stop until you have turned the very last page. Quick read = Quick review.

Wednesday will be told through the POV’s of both Shaw and Chloe

Chloe and Shaw grew up together. They were best friends. Inseparable. Once they got older and they start going their separate ways, Shaw gets married and Chloe isn’t the most important girl in his life anymore, hasn’t been for some time. Then tragedy strikes, a drunk driver takes the life of Shaw’s wife and leaves him as a very young widow. During the funeral, wanting to get him away from pity eyes, Chloe tries to help Shaw escape. . .they escape into the upstairs bathroom of Shaw’s dead wife’s parents house. . .Shaw escapes by burying himself deep inside Chloe. No words were needed, no expectation, just a way to not feel pain. Chloe, while ashamed of herself, believes Shaw’s need was just a one time thing. . .little did she know that once a week her world would turn upside down.

Wednesday. . .Shaw shows up on that day every week, like clockwork. He takes what he needs from Chloe, insistent, demanding, needy, but she gives and gives every week. After eight months, Chloe is starting to need more, but afraid to ask, afraid if she voices her own wants, then Wednesday just becomes another day, and Wednesday’s with Shaw are much better than Wednesday’s without Shaw.

Chloe and Shaw live in a touristy Florida town. Chloe runs an inn with her brother, Jason, who is very close friends with Shaw, but has no idea of the type of relationship that has developed between Chloe and Shaw. Shaw runs the marina that is owned by his parents and while he may allow himself his “Wednesday” escape, the rest of the week he is still trying to pull himself out of this darkness and it seems to be almost impossible for him to find any light. So, needless to say, next Wednesday is a day he starts to look forward to as soon as he walks away from Chloe this Wednesday. And don’t be deceived in thinking it’s all about Chloe giving and Shaw taking, things will get revealed and hearts do come together (was that romantic enough for you?).

Wednesday is a very intimate story between Shaw and Chloe, but there are other characters, though not many, that add a necessary layer to the heart of what Wednesday represents. Besides Jason, Shaw does have two friends that she may rely on, but still keeps the Chloe/Shaw/Wednesday dilemma close to her, not sharing with even her closest girlfriends. It seems that the one person Shaw somewhat turns to is 80+ years old, Abe. So, while the meat of Wednesday is Chloe and Shaw, there are still other characters who do their part in making Wednesday what it is.

The main premise of Wednesday is Shaw coming to Chloe every Wednesday. . .to fuck. So, imagine how the sexual chemistry just ignites between the two of them. And if you’re having a hard time imagining it, I’ll help you out. . .it’s phenomenal. Even though you know the intent behind Shaw and his need to seek some sort of relief by indulging in Chloe, you certainly feel the passion behind it. Shaw is a very demanding force in the bedroom, he’s got the dirty talk down, and be still my heart, I love the dirty talk, but only when it’s done right and Kendall Ryan. . .Does.It.Right. Again, if the sex in Wednesday wasn’t burning up the pages, then the story wouldn’t work at all and if the story didn’t work, then I wouldn’t be up right now, trying to find the right words that will give this book justice. Long rant short. . .Shaw knows how to work his goodies, Chloe is more than welcome in accepting not only the goodies but the demanding way in which he delivers it. Good stuff Kendall Ryan, good stuff.

I really don’t know what exactly it was I expected from this book. I didn’t download a sample, after reading the blurb, I just one-clicked and I am certainly not sorry I did that at all. It’s a very short read, but very much loaded with everything you desire. It does not leave you wanting at all.Bxtches Be Reading5 Star Read for Bxtches Be ReadingFavorite Quotes TagWednesday by Kendall Ryan | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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