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Finally, Season after Season of not being able to secure a wife, Lord Clement's life changes for the better when a beautiful stranger kisses him. Now he has a wife who has it all: beauty, passion, and excitement. What more could a gentleman want? Miss Paula Leighton has to do something before her brother marries her off to a drunk duke who wants nothing more than to use h Finally, Season after Season of not being able to secure a wife, Lord Clement's life changes for the better when a beautiful stranger kisses him. Now he has a wife who has it all: beauty, passion, and excitement. What more could a gentleman want? Miss Paula Leighton has to do something before her brother marries her off to a drunk duke who wants nothing more than to use her to get an heir. So when she sees Perry Ambrose, the Lord of Clement, she takes the opportunity to escape, causing a scandal that forces his hand. And the scheme works. She no longer has to marry the duke. But it's not over. Thanks to her tainted past, her newfound love with Perry is threatened when her brother comes back into her life. Can she protect Perry from finding out the truth or will her brother get the upper hand? *This is Book 4 in the Marriage by Scandal Series. Marriage by Scandal Series Book 1: The Earl's Inconvenient Wife Book 2: A Most Unsuitable Earl Book 3: His Reluctant Lady Book 4: The Earl's Scandalous Wife


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Finally, Season after Season of not being able to secure a wife, Lord Clement's life changes for the better when a beautiful stranger kisses him. Now he has a wife who has it all: beauty, passion, and excitement. What more could a gentleman want? Miss Paula Leighton has to do something before her brother marries her off to a drunk duke who wants nothing more than to use h Finally, Season after Season of not being able to secure a wife, Lord Clement's life changes for the better when a beautiful stranger kisses him. Now he has a wife who has it all: beauty, passion, and excitement. What more could a gentleman want? Miss Paula Leighton has to do something before her brother marries her off to a drunk duke who wants nothing more than to use her to get an heir. So when she sees Perry Ambrose, the Lord of Clement, she takes the opportunity to escape, causing a scandal that forces his hand. And the scheme works. She no longer has to marry the duke. But it's not over. Thanks to her tainted past, her newfound love with Perry is threatened when her brother comes back into her life. Can she protect Perry from finding out the truth or will her brother get the upper hand? *This is Book 4 in the Marriage by Scandal Series. Marriage by Scandal Series Book 1: The Earl's Inconvenient Wife Book 2: A Most Unsuitable Earl Book 3: His Reluctant Lady Book 4: The Earl's Scandalous Wife

30 review for The Earl's Scandalous Wife

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    ++Possible spoilers++ 3 stars. Pretty good. This one had a little more conflict driving the story, but I would still consider this light reading. Very low angst IMO. The whole plot revolves around the heroine's secret past. She does much to try to hide it, but her evil brother uses this knowledge to try to extort money from her and her new husband. Eventually push comes to shove and she has to reveal her past to her husband and he being the awesome hero that he is, accepts it. The hero is perfect an ++Possible spoilers++ 3 stars. Pretty good. This one had a little more conflict driving the story, but I would still consider this light reading. Very low angst IMO. The whole plot revolves around the heroine's secret past. She does much to try to hide it, but her evil brother uses this knowledge to try to extort money from her and her new husband. Eventually push comes to shove and she has to reveal her past to her husband and he being the awesome hero that he is, accepts it. The hero is perfect and makes the story. The heroine is ok, a little slutty and I don't believe for one minute that anyone would be so blind not to realize she was experienced, virgin or not. She was entirely too forward, knowledgable and creative with regards to sex. Seriously this is the one thing that bothered me logically with the story. Overall.. if you can make the mental leap of faith and believe the hero's ignorance then it's a pretty cute book. It's also a bit more spicer than others by this author. Lastly, don't expect historical accuracy with regards to the characters actions and speech. It's not terrible, but certainly noticable. Safety: Hero-Virgin heroine is his first only and last. Heroine-Experienced. Many times with one person. She thought she loved him at the time but is over him. She never strays from hero once meeting him. Cheating-No OM/OW-No Violence/rape/abuse-No Adultery-No Sex- Yes many times. Mildy spicy Marriage/baby-Yes HEA/ILY-Yes

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Hurley

    Love Perry Love Perry I would love to have a Perry for my very own. I would love him and squeeze him and take him with me everywhere. He is Perfect. This book was so sweet I literally got a toothache.

  3. 4 out of 5

    AnnMarie

    The Earl's Scandalous Wife by Ruth Ann Nordin is the 4th book in the Marriage by Scandal (regencies) series. This is the story of Paula Leighton. She once thought herself in love and she and her betrothed ran away to Gretna Green to get married. Unfortunately for her, the man in question changed his mind and left her, ruined. Her brother came to the rescue and through all manner of ways made sure that nobody found out about his sister's folly. He has also kept her practically locked away in his L The Earl's Scandalous Wife by Ruth Ann Nordin is the 4th book in the Marriage by Scandal (regencies) series. This is the story of Paula Leighton. She once thought herself in love and she and her betrothed ran away to Gretna Green to get married. Unfortunately for her, the man in question changed his mind and left her, ruined. Her brother came to the rescue and through all manner of ways made sure that nobody found out about his sister's folly. He has also kept her practically locked away in his London home to make sure she didn't do anything as stupid again. He chooses a husband for her that will pay highly for her. He's a horrid old man who is drunk more often than not, and he just wants her as a brood mare. Paula is determined to get out of the betrothal and when she overhears that a ball is happening that night, she sets her heart on convincing her brother to let her attend with him. A last hurrah as it were before she marries the man he has chosen. That isn't why she wants to go though, she is going to find a man she would prefer to marry, cause a scandal with him which in turn will force his hand to marry her. She isn't comfortable with what she has to do, but she is desperate. Perry Ambrose, Lord of Clement hasn't married. He was engaged once to his best friend's wife's sister. But she cried off and married somebody else. He thinks she didn't want to marry him because of his disability, one leg is slightly shorter than the other and he has to walk with a cane. He doesn't think any woman will want him as a husband, ever. He and his friend are attending the same ball that Paula has convinced her brother to go to. His friend is determined to find a young woman who will set Perry up for a scandal which will end in his betrothal. He tells Perry that he should marry, have some fun in his life, and tells him he should choose a woman and compromise her. Perry thinks the idea over, but he isn't going for it. At the ball Perry's friend sees Paula, realises she is beautiful and would at least look good with Perry and he sets about getting her to listen to his plan. Before he even gets the chance to do more than let her know Perry needs a wife, she tells him she urgently needs to be married, and asks HIM to help her compromise Perry. Of course he is thrilled to help her and by the end of the night, her betrothal to him is announced and the couple set a course for Gretna Green as soon as possible. They get married and Paula feels dreadful about it because Perry is such a wonderful gentleman and she hates that she has a past, and that she has had to use him to escape her betrothal to somebody else. He loves her though, love at first sight, and the more he does for her, the worse she feels. To make matters even worse, when they are back in London, Paula's brother decides to blackmail her. He wants money from her, and expensive items, clothes, watches, etc. If she gives them to him he will keep quiet about her being ruined. If not, Perry will find out, and she knows he will despise her, both for not coming to him a virgin, and for lying about her past. She has no choice but to give in to her brother's demands. How can she keep up with those demands without Perry finding out, how can she live with herself when she has to steal from him. What if she fails to keep her brother silent. Living with so much deception is stealing her happiness. Perry knows something is wrong, and he tries to get her to tell him what it is. When she doesn't, he decides it has to be something to do with her brother and starts to set a trap that should get him the answers he needs. Will the trap work, will he wish he'd kept from interfering if and when he does get his answers? Will Paula lose the man she realises she loves with all her heart? I absolutely adored this book, I loved how Perry was so sweet when he realised that Paula had set up to cause a scandal. Their love story was a pleasure to read, and I actually had to read the whole book in one evening because I had to find out what happens with them. I read this book as part of the anthology The Hero Least Likely which I was given a complimentary copy of in exchange for my honest review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Griffinyarn

    Warning: This review contains quotes regarding sexual content from the book. If you are offended, please don't continue reading (and don't read the book). I will start by saying that this was the first (and only) book by Ruth Ann Nordin that I have read. So maybe if I'd read the other books in this series I would feel differently but as it is... I couldn't get into this book. It just didn't have that sparkle for me. Even though the initial situation of the hero and heroine intrigued me, the charac Warning: This review contains quotes regarding sexual content from the book. If you are offended, please don't continue reading (and don't read the book). I will start by saying that this was the first (and only) book by Ruth Ann Nordin that I have read. So maybe if I'd read the other books in this series I would feel differently but as it is... I couldn't get into this book. It just didn't have that sparkle for me. Even though the initial situation of the hero and heroine intrigued me, the characters and dialogue fell somewhat flat and I ended up getting bored with the needless melodrama caused by the heroine not trusting her husband. And I really didn't get why (view spoiler)[the heroine was so anxious to keep her past a secret when it was very obvious on their wedding night that she wasn't a virgin. Shifting against him, she parted her legs then brought his hand to her sensitive region.  She guided his fingers, teaching him where she wanted to be touched.  He was more than willing to follow her lead, and while everything he was doing felt good, she knew she wasn’t going to climax.  She was much too concerned that he’d change his mind at some point and not consummate the marriage. ... Deciding her body was ready to receive him, she rolled him onto his back and straddled him so that he slid into her.  She leaned forward and kissed him.  Her tongue traced his lower lip until he parted his mouth.  She deepened their kiss, relieved when he wrapped his arms around her and pulled her closer.  She shifted so that he went deeper into her Now I get that the husband was not the most experienced man in the world, but please. I think he would be able to tell you're not an innocent. (hide spoiler)] I couldn't get over these inconsistencies. There are way better regency novels out there.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Widala

    At the beginning this story was interesting. The characters were nice and the dialogue somewhat funny. But as the story went, it fell to a repeated cycle where Paula scared Perry will found out about her past then succumbing to her brother's blackmail while singing praises to the perfectness of Perry. Over and over again. I skipped some and didn't miss anything. And the confrontation with the brother was somehow anticlimactic, I'm like, what? that's it? not even a slap? But at least Perry was a At the beginning this story was interesting. The characters were nice and the dialogue somewhat funny. But as the story went, it fell to a repeated cycle where Paula scared Perry will found out about her past then succumbing to her brother's blackmail while singing praises to the perfectness of Perry. Over and over again. I skipped some and didn't miss anything. And the confrontation with the brother was somehow anticlimactic, I'm like, what? that's it? not even a slap? But at least Perry was a decent hero.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Haven Hart

    Did Not Finish. Well, I don't care to finish this book. To be honest, its just too unreal, predictable and boring. There's nothing new about this type of story and I just couldn't find in myself to finish reading it. It's about this girl who was forced to marry an old man who wanted an heir, but apparently the girl doesn't want to be married to an old Duke, so she took it upon her own hand to marry someone else, someone anonymous, someone of her own choice. So the girl went to a ball, and met the Did Not Finish. Well, I don't care to finish this book. To be honest, its just too unreal, predictable and boring. There's nothing new about this type of story and I just couldn't find in myself to finish reading it. It's about this girl who was forced to marry an old man who wanted an heir, but apparently the girl doesn't want to be married to an old Duke, so she took it upon her own hand to marry someone else, someone anonymous, someone of her own choice. So the girl went to a ball, and met the hero's cousin who is, I have to say a nut! I just can't related to him, I find myself annoyed with him the whole time. That man is supposed to be a matured married man yet he acted like a 5 years old kid? I just wished I could throw him out of the book and continued my reading. The cousin met the heroine and introduced her to the hero. He then set up a situation where the hero and heroine will be caught in a scandalous position that will forced them to be married because of it. The heroine practically seduce the hero on the verandah and when they were caught, the hero acted all noble and not even angry or freaking mad to his cousin or the heroine for trapping him. I was like WHAT? That just doesn't seems right and I just couldn't fathom why the hell the hero just accept all that craps and claimed all the blames to himself? So I decided to quit reading it. If the event turned out differently I might still be reading it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

    This was my least liked book in this series and it kinda bored me. The plot revolves around the heroine's secret past and her evil brother which is obvious. She doesn't act as innocent as she should pretend be, to be believable to society as a whole to be fooled by it. The whole needless melodrama caused by the heroine not trusting her husband kinda vexed me to no end, I was close to grinding my teeth at points. The inconsistencies in the era it was set in and country, couldn't be overlooked. Sa This was my least liked book in this series and it kinda bored me. The plot revolves around the heroine's secret past and her evil brother which is obvious. She doesn't act as innocent as she should pretend be, to be believable to society as a whole to be fooled by it. The whole needless melodrama caused by the heroine not trusting her husband kinda vexed me to no end, I was close to grinding my teeth at points. The inconsistencies in the era it was set in and country, couldn't be overlooked. Sadly because I enjoyed the other installments.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    Nice read After reading Book 2, I had to read this story. It is a bit awkward to enjoy the FL forcing a marriage on the ML, but the way the story is set, he was a somewhat much more willing participant on the ruse than it would be a standard of a gentleman being forced into a scandal. It is so sad she couldn't find the courage to trust him with the truth, but those were strange times. And I knew from Book 2 that Perry would be a very dedicated and loving husband, as his yearning for a wife was th Nice read After reading Book 2, I had to read this story. It is a bit awkward to enjoy the FL forcing a marriage on the ML, but the way the story is set, he was a somewhat much more willing participant on the ruse than it would be a standard of a gentleman being forced into a scandal. It is so sad she couldn't find the courage to trust him with the truth, but those were strange times. And I knew from Book 2 that Perry would be a very dedicated and loving husband, as his yearning for a wife was that strong.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sandra R

    Yet another charming, feel good story from this author. Simple, but well written, it's easy to read and enjoy. Her heros are always so sweet! As usual it doesn't feel terribly English in flavour, but I dismiss that as I enjoy this author's work so much. If you haven't read her American late 1800's Historical books - Pioneering/Homesteading/Mail Order Brides, I urge you to do so, as they are so interesting. 3.5 stars. Yet another charming, feel good story from this author. Simple, but well written, it's easy to read and enjoy. Her heros are always so sweet! As usual it doesn't feel terribly English in flavour, but I dismiss that as I enjoy this author's work so much. If you haven't read her American late 1800's Historical books - Pioneering/Homesteading/Mail Order Brides, I urge you to do so, as they are so interesting. 3.5 stars.

  10. 4 out of 5

    April

    2.75 stars Paula and Perry are good together as long as other people stay out of their business. Perry's cousin, Christopher, is a nuisance and Paula's bother, Stewart, is trouble. I would have enjoyed this more if the situations from Paula's past had been done differently. One was annoying and rushed toward the end while the other could have been explored a bit more thoroughly. The ending felt rushed and didn't leave me as satisfied as I would have liked. 2.75 stars Paula and Perry are good together as long as other people stay out of their business. Perry's cousin, Christopher, is a nuisance and Paula's bother, Stewart, is trouble. I would have enjoyed this more if the situations from Paula's past had been done differently. One was annoying and rushed toward the end while the other could have been explored a bit more thoroughly. The ending felt rushed and didn't leave me as satisfied as I would have liked.

  11. 4 out of 5

    B__m.99

    A nice historical romance with lovable characters and very little angst. The hero was....... incredible. Intelligent, sensible, self-conscious, forgiving, respectful, deeply loving and loyal... Reading about 'beta' heroes is quite a rare thing in romance and that's a pity, because they make the best love interests in my opinion. A nice historical romance with lovable characters and very little angst. The hero was....... incredible. Intelligent, sensible, self-conscious, forgiving, respectful, deeply loving and loyal... Reading about 'beta' heroes is quite a rare thing in romance and that's a pity, because they make the best love interests in my opinion.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Samayearias

    Lord Clement finally has his turn. This whole series is based on Lord Clement not being able to get away so I'm happy that at the end of the series we can finally see and that he is able to get what his heart desired. Though the storylines tend to be a little frugal and more seem to focus around the characters coming together, I must say that I did enjoy this series. Lord Clement finally has his turn. This whole series is based on Lord Clement not being able to get away so I'm happy that at the end of the series we can finally see and that he is able to get what his heart desired. Though the storylines tend to be a little frugal and more seem to focus around the characters coming together, I must say that I did enjoy this series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Weaver

    3.5 stars

  14. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    Refreshing More realistic than other books I have read. At least the heroine did not immediately think of running away. Fairly fast paced

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lawanda Reed

    Not the first in the series but a good read. I like the characters. I am going back and reading the first three books. Ruth Ann Nordin is a good historical romance author.

  16. 4 out of 5

    MsFunnyP

    Overall not very exciting. I finished it just because i started it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Evans

    Final in series where the character who keeps getting almost married or meeting heroine gets his wife. Lord Clement and Paula are a sweet couple and there's humor and sexiness. Final in series where the character who keeps getting almost married or meeting heroine gets his wife. Lord Clement and Paula are a sweet couple and there's humor and sexiness.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ana

    Read January 12, 2019 The Earl's Scandalous Wife is not scandalous at all. 1 star Read January 12, 2019 The Earl's Scandalous Wife is not scandalous at all. 1 star

  19. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    The Earl's Scandalous Wife by Ruth Ann Nordin Marriage by Scandal Series Book 4 Perry Ambrose, the Earl of Clement has had no luck in finding a wife. And he actually wanted one. He was born with one leg a bit shorter and he was sure the use of his cane was an embarrassment. So he couldn't believe his luck when a scandal caused him to marry. And everything about his new wife was so wonderful. The things he knew at least. Paula Leighton had marred her past a bit with some bad choices. Now her brother The Earl's Scandalous Wife by Ruth Ann Nordin Marriage by Scandal Series Book 4 Perry Ambrose, the Earl of Clement has had no luck in finding a wife. And he actually wanted one. He was born with one leg a bit shorter and he was sure the use of his cane was an embarrassment. So he couldn't believe his luck when a scandal caused him to marry. And everything about his new wife was so wonderful. The things he knew at least. Paula Leighton had marred her past a bit with some bad choices. Now her brother was selling her off to an old drunken geezer. No way would she marry that old man. She had one chance to find someone and cause a scandal. She just didn't think she could find someone who was as perfect as the man she chose, a man she didn't feel she deserved. It's finally Perry's turn for happiness. Through this series we see him as he seriously pursues a wife and deals with his young ward, Christopher Robinson, which was definitely no easy chore. The author brings back all the friends the reader has met in the previous three books; The Earl's Inconvenient Wife, A Most Unsuitable Earl and His Reluctant Lady. **Sexual content within marriage http://justjudysjumbles.blogspot.com/...

  20. 4 out of 5

    Gretchen Fatouros

    Read the 1st 3 "Marriage by Scandal" books (actually, was the "Regency collection" at first and there were 4 books before this one), then book 1 of "Marriage by deceit" and then this one. Enjoyable read, like usual. Order... * The Earl's Inconvenient Wife - Nate Buford (Earl of Roderick) & Claire Lowell * Her Counterfeit Husband (no longer part of the series) * A Most Unsuitable Earl - Ethan Silverton (Earl of Edon) & Catherine * His Reluctant Lady (same time as "The Earl's Secret Bargain") - Christo Read the 1st 3 "Marriage by Scandal" books (actually, was the "Regency collection" at first and there were 4 books before this one), then book 1 of "Marriage by deceit" and then this one. Enjoyable read, like usual. Order... * The Earl's Inconvenient Wife - Nate Buford (Earl of Roderick) & Claire Lowell * Her Counterfeit Husband (no longer part of the series) * A Most Unsuitable Earl - Ethan Silverton (Earl of Edon) & Catherine * His Reluctant Lady (same time as "The Earl's Secret Bargain") - Christopher Robinson (ward of Perry/Earl of Clemen) & Agatha Lyons (Lady Richfield) * The Earl's Secret Bargain (Marriage by deceit) - same time as "His Reluctant Lady" Lord Davenport, Lord Pennella, & Regina Giles * The Earl's Scandalous Wife - Perry Ambrose (Earl of Clement) & Paula Leighton * Love Lessons with the Duke

  21. 5 out of 5

    Faye Lawson

    You want a husband quick? Create a scandal! Paula Leighton needed a husband quick or her brother Stewart was going to marry her off to the nasty old Duke of Leav-something repulsive as he and she's not having it! A flight to Gretna Green a ceremony over the anvil and she's home free! But ah, there's a catch, because of a secret in her past her brother proceeds to blackmail her! She then lies, steals to and from her husband Perry the Earl of Clement that she had ME on edge! This book features one You want a husband quick? Create a scandal! Paula Leighton needed a husband quick or her brother Stewart was going to marry her off to the nasty old Duke of Leav-something repulsive as he and she's not having it! A flight to Gretna Green a ceremony over the anvil and she's home free! But ah, there's a catch, because of a secret in her past her brother proceeds to blackmail her! She then lies, steals to and from her husband Perry the Earl of Clement that she had ME on edge! This book features one of my favorite characters, Christopher Robinson who introduced the couple and made sure the scandal was broadcasted so his cousin could not escape!

  22. 5 out of 5

    IrishAmber

    Mild, luke warm It was o.k., but more of a flat lining finish to a series. There was really no excitement. Just a caring man being taken advantage of. A woman who got on my nerves with her secrets and stupidity. Added with a little family scawbling from the brother, and there you have it. So like I said, it was, eh...so-so. To finish the series, it was worth a read. I did enjoy Christopher's character, though it did seem pushed at times. This was not one of Nordin's best. Mild, luke warm It was o.k., but more of a flat lining finish to a series. There was really no excitement. Just a caring man being taken advantage of. A woman who got on my nerves with her secrets and stupidity. Added with a little family scawbling from the brother, and there you have it. So like I said, it was, eh...so-so. To finish the series, it was worth a read. I did enjoy Christopher's character, though it did seem pushed at times. This was not one of Nordin's best.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Cyndy

    This book was so adorable I must say.. As much as alot of conflict wasn't there ..I liked it's simplicity.. The heroine wasn't overly dramatic. The hero being understanding.. Perry touched my heart the fact that he was shy deep down not sure about himself cause of his disability then he meets this girl that accepts him.. Definite 5 stars For once the heroine isn't dramatic and running away and wanting to be pleaded for.. It kinda gets old but this novel is straight forward......i love you Perry s This book was so adorable I must say.. As much as alot of conflict wasn't there ..I liked it's simplicity.. The heroine wasn't overly dramatic. The hero being understanding.. Perry touched my heart the fact that he was shy deep down not sure about himself cause of his disability then he meets this girl that accepts him.. Definite 5 stars For once the heroine isn't dramatic and running away and wanting to be pleaded for.. It kinda gets old but this novel is straight forward......i love you Perry so verra much

  24. 4 out of 5

    April

    I waiting for this story. I really loved the Character Perry from the other books and hoped he would get his happy ending. So when this book came along I just could not put it down. He in my opinion is the perfect man and girl would love to have. To bad most pushed him aside but in the end he got his love and happiness. :)

  25. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    After awhile I was thinking that this was going to turn out to be a sappy romance and that was it, nothing more to it than that mushy stuff and the little scandal that happened in the beginning that sets up the whole book was it. But, it got better! I really hated Paula's brother! After awhile I was thinking that this was going to turn out to be a sappy romance and that was it, nothing more to it than that mushy stuff and the little scandal that happened in the beginning that sets up the whole book was it. But, it got better! I really hated Paula's brother!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Coker

    Great read. This book I read in less than 24 hours. I was completely captivated by the hero and heroin. It was a great follow up to the others in the series. Over all The series as a very charming and entertaining read.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    The past come back to haunt you. This time it's the lady's past whose brother will stop at nothing to blackmail his sister especially since her new husband has lots of money. But brother gets stung in the end. Good book. The past come back to haunt you. This time it's the lady's past whose brother will stop at nothing to blackmail his sister especially since her new husband has lots of money. But brother gets stung in the end. Good book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Diana

    Another win for Ruth Ann Nordin!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kelly W

    Loved it This is a great addition to the series. Loved Perry getting his happy ending. If he loved the other books she has written this is a great one to have.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lene

    DNF 30%

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