Rolling with the Grahams by Beth Williamson

Howdy y’all, Beth Williamson here!

I’m rolling in Grahams in 2017 and kicking off the new year with my next release, SAMUEL, coming out January 31! Samuel is part of the Circle Eight Millennium series and a subsequent book after Lazarus‘ story.


Sam is Laz’s cousin and a shameless, incorrigible flirt. When he runs into Kim Raeford and a scalding cup of coffee, his life takes a hard right turn. He’s not sure what to do but hang on and see where it goes.

Kim on the other hand is a more self-preserving – she doesn’t give her heart, or her body, without full commitment to what she’s doing. The purple haired, free spirit wows Sam with her amazing photography and her passion.

This book just flowed y’all. The smexy scenes lit up the pages and their banter and interactions made me laugh out loud.

As a special side book, you can read AUDACIOUS in the Hell Yeah! Kindle World while you wait! At only $1.99, it’s another sneak peek into the modern day world of the Grahams.

Now how about an excerpt from SAMUEL? 🙂


Sam pulled up to the Roasted Bean and parked his truck. It was seven forty-five. He was early. What the what? He was off his rocker for pity’s sake. His stomach jumped a little and he thought perhaps he was hungry. When he thought about Kim and her purple streaked hair, his stomach did it again.

Holy shit.

He was nervous, too. What the ever-loving hell was that? Sam Graham was never anxious about a date, not that this coffee thing was a date. Hell, she might have thrown the tulips in the trash and set fire to the note. It was all his cousin Laz’s fault. If the man hadn’t found a woman he loved and looked all happy, then Sam wouldn’t have been wondering what he was missing.

He wasn’t a one woman man and never had been, but the look on Laz’s face when he saw Bea was something Sam had never seen before. He wouldn’t admit it, but he felt the stirrings of something. Then Kim had bumped into him and spilled coffee all over his shirt, and voila! The wonderings became urgings and now he was sitting in front of the coffee shop fifteen minutes early for a non-date, his thoughts consumed with whether she would show up.

He got out of the truck and went into the coffee shop, determined to order some breakfast and be sitting all casual like when she came downstairs. Or maybe she was already gone. Maybe he was going to look like an asshole sitting and waiting for someone who wasn’t coming.

Jesus, when did he turn into such an old woman? He sat down with coffee and a chocolate donut. Sam deliberately put his back to the stairwell leading up to Kim’s apartment.

The minutes seemed to crawl by as he sipped at the coffee and wolfed down the donut. Whoever ran the place had a gifted baker. He got to his feet to order another when he noted the girl behind the counter staring at him. She was fresh faced and blonde, thin with a name tag that read “Helen”.

“Uh, could I get another donut?” He pulled out a few singles from his pocket. “Chocolate.”

She continued to stare, her eyes were wide as saucers. He cleared his throat.


She jumped about a foot in the air. “Sorry, sorry.” She scrambled away from him to the pastry case.

The kid was barely legal and he certainly hadn’t flirted with her. Damn sure didn’t know who she was or why she was acting so squirrelly. She set the donut on a small plate and pushed it across the counter as though she was afraid of him. Had he grown a second head?

“Thanks, Helen.”

She gasped and pressed a hand over her mouth. He had no idea how to fix this situation. He was usually smooth with women, no matter what age. Not only was he sitting there waiting for a woman who probably wasn’t going to show up. He might as well just take his coffee and go to work.

“Are you frightening the poor girl?” Kim’s husky voice sounded from his right.

He whirled around and managed to throw the donut at her chest, which landed with a nice chocolate icing splat on the top of her magnificent boobs. Today she’d been dressed, her hair up in a fancy knot and she’d been wearing make up. And she smelled like lavender and vanilla.

Jesus please us.

“Um, breakfast?” He pulled out his sweet smile.

She peeled the donut off and put it back on his plate. He resisted the urge to lick the frosting off her beautiful honey colored skin.

“I need to go clean up.” She turned and left him standing there.

Sam waited a total of two seconds before he threw the donut away and followed her. She didn’t look back and she had to hear him tromping up the stairs behind her.

“I’m sorry about the donut.” He watched her incredible curves in front of him on the steps as she climbed. She wore a pair of leggings with, of all things, purple monkeys on them and a long black shirt. Damn the woman’s perfect ass was still giving him fantasies.

“It seems you owe Helen an apology, not me. You scared her.”

Sam snorted. “I ordered a donut.”

“She is intimidated by the Grahams, especially you.”

“Me? Why me? I swear I never even spoke to her before.” He didn’t do anything to the girl besides give her a damn good tip.

She unlocked the door and stepped inside. He followed her in, once again drawn to her apartment as a reflection of the woman who intrigued him.

“You’re as big as an ox.” She spoke from somewhere else, presumably the bathroom. “And too damn handsome. Of course she’s intimidated by you.”

Big as an ox? Sam glanced down at himself. Yeah he was big but he worked hard and big men ran in his family. He was more interested in the handsome comment.

“You think I’m handsome?”

A pause before she answered. “I used to. Maybe.”

He grinned and rocked back on his heels. “That means yes.”

“Hmph. You’re disrupting my life, Samuel Graham.”


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Cowboy Sale–Rhonda Lee Carver

Goodbye 2016. Hello 2017!!!! I sure hope this is a better year for a lot of people!

Why not start your new year off right? What you need is a group of cowboys who know how to treat a lady right. And they’re on sale!


Second Chance Cowboy

Second Ride Cowboy

Second Round Cowboy


Second Chance Cowboy

After the loss of a child tears her marriage apart, Carly vows she’ll never speak to her soon-to-be ex-husband Chance again. On the eve of their divorce, however, Carly takes a stroll down memory lane and calls Chance.A passionate one night stand between the two is shattered by cruel light of morning. With reality having set back in, Carly admits to Chance she made a mistake, forcing him to come to grips that there is no hope left for their marriage.

Fate has other plans for them. Carly’s fall down some stairs leaves her with amnesia…but that’s only the start of it.

Can deception bring a second chance at love or will it forever destroy an already broken marriage?

Second Ride Cowboy

Riding is nice. But riding with a partner is much more fun…

Duke McGraw learned the hard way that life can change in the blink of an eye. Waking up from a coma, he wants nothing more than to ride back into his life—but nothing is the same, not even Lila Sinclair. With pride the size of Texas, Duke builds a wall of anger. Bent, not broken, he climbs back into the saddle to see where the rocky trail leads him.

Lila loves Duke—always had, always will—but the wounds of tragedy run deeper than physical. Confused by Duke’s emotional barriers, Lila is at the end of her rope but refuses to lose hope. Tough and determined, Lila’s out to lasso her cowboy. But will her nurturing heart be broken again? A man like Duke comes with risks. When playing with fire someone is bound to get scorched.

Some flames never die, and Duke and Lila’s connection is hotter than hell. Temperatures rise on the ranch and horses aren’t the only thing being ridden. When the future is at stake, choices must be made. Beyond the scars and tragedy, will love rise again or will the second chance be the last?

Second Round Cowboy

Sometimes the burn is better the second time around…
Second Chance Series, Book 3

Stryker Mason gets a call that no one wants to get. His sister has been in a bad car accident. She dies and leaves her daughter in Stryker’s care. Heartbroken and terrified, he has no clue how to raise a child.
He needs help and the only person he can think of he hasn’t seen in six years.

Leslie Bakerfield is independent, carefree and a workaholic, but when the past shows up on her doorstep wearing cowboy hat and worn boots, she takes an unexpected trip down memory lane. Time had passed but the physical chemistry between them hadn’t diminished. They’d always shared poetry in bed, he’d been her inspiration and she’d almost married him.

But Leslie had issues. That’s why she walked away from him days before their wedding.

Stryker needed a mother for his niece, but when it came to emotions, could he trust Leslie? Would she run again? She was different, but did a person ever really change?

He’d wrangled bulls, lassoed cattle, but was he ready for the biggest fight of his life—to win back the one woman he’d never stopped loving.

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Gunnar Knox is on his second tour in Iraq when he gets an unexpected lifeline in the form of letters from a stranger, Pastor Trace Atwell. After six months of correspondence, the letters from the pastor stop coming. The last letter contains a family picture of the pastor, his wife and their son and an invitation to come and visit them at their farm when Gunnar’s tour is up.

Eighteen months later, he’s back in the States, with a wish to meet the happy family in the picture. However, things aren’t as he had anticipated when he arrives at the Atwell farm. Pastor Trace has passed away.

Grace Atwell is a widow raising her son alone, starting a new business, and things are falling down around her ears. When the aloof US Marine shows up on her doorstep, she assumes he is there for the advertised handyman position and hires him on the spot. Once he starts helping around the house, going above and beyond, she realizes how much she has missed having a man around the farm – and the feeling of being wanted. No man has ever made her feel this special, this desirable.

Caught off guard by the unexpected emotion he feels for Grace and her son, Gunnar keeps the letters and picture a secret. He believes an unseen force had brought him to Buttermilk Valley, Georgia to help Grace and Daxton, and to protect them. He owed the pastor. After all, his encouraging words had been Gunnar’s support when he thought he’d never make it out of the Middle East alive.

As Grace and Gunnar grow closer, the secret becomes heavier and a dangerous presence awaits an opportunity to tear their passionate love affair apart.

Will love be enough? Will Grace accept Gunnar’s baggage? Did fate bring them together?









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Fans of Facebook – Mari Carr

Mark your calendars for January 3! To celebrate the release of my new book, January Girl, Wilder Irish, book 1, I’m got a SUPER fun Facebook hop planned with some AMAZING authors, prizes and excerpts. Prizes include a $100 gift card to Amazon, Wild Irish swag bags and digital downloads of ebooks from the participating authors.

The hop begins on January 3 right HERE!
Authors include:
Bianca D’arc
Samantha Chase
Zoe York
Desiree Holt
Amy Goodwin Gregory
Heather Hiestand
Skye Jordan
Allison Bell
Sierra Cartwright
Lex Couper
Cathryn Fox
Amanda McIntyre
Rhian Cahill
Carly Phillips
Erin Nicholas
Melanie Shawn
Lissa Matthews

Elle Boon
Cari Quinn

And be sure to check out January Girl!

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Happy New Year

It’s very hard for me to believe we’re already at the end of 2016.  It seems like January was yesterday, well almost.

I’ve had a pretty busy year with writing, conferences and family.  And next year is already shaping up to be very busy, with writing and family.

The two great nephews (10 and 6) are both playing basketball and the 10 year old is also going to play football.  I try to get to as many games as I can to support them.  So its going to be a challenge.

Writing wise, I have lots of ideas and books I want to write.  Plus I’m waiting on a couple of publishers to get back to me on books I’ve submitted.  The waiting is agony at times, because I hate waiting.  But it’s a part of the business.

Thank you for reading the blog and following us authors who try hard to get books out to our readers.

Have a Happy New Year and don’t party too hard.



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That Awkward Moment by Paty Jager

I don’t know how many of  you feel like this week between Christmas and New Years is awkward. Any hands raised? Any heads nodding? It always feels awkward to me. You want to keep celebrating Christmas but the stores put everything related to Christmas that they’ve had up since before Halloween on sale. You want to capitalize on the sales. But do you really want to store the stuff until the following year?

And what about the Christmas tree? Leave it up? Take it down? If you’re having a New Year’s Eve party do you want it up to add a festive touch or take it down and have more room for guests?

Some people take their vacation this week. Some businesses shut down for the week. No one really knows what to do with those seven days between Christmas and New Years.

Why have I been contemplating this awkward week? It’s because in my latest contemporary western novella I’m writing, I find I’ve been writing awkward moments between the hero and heroine. I’m not sure if it’s because I’m writing a novella and I’m unsure of how fast to take their relationship, ( want to have a steamy love scene so it reflects my other books of this genre) but I have limited word count, and in the story, time, to get them from not knowing one another to in bed together and realizing they are the perfect match.

I’m hoping her backstory helps to show her reluctance to jump into the relationship, and as he discovers her backstory makes him hesitant to move to fast. But chemistry is chemistry and their bodies overrule their heads . 😉

Have you had an awkward moment in a relationship and discovered that it brought you closer to that person or did it push you away?

catch-the-rainLook for Catch the Rain coming in an anthology June 2017.

Zach MacDonald is the new veterinarian in town. He’s focusing on his career…Until he sees a frustrated, pretty, young woman at a bar on karaoke night. Not only does her voice and violet eyes mesmerize him, but her behavior intrigues him.

Kitty Baxter is running from her past and dreams of becoming more than her education will allow. When her past catches up to her on the same night she connects with a handsome man, way out of her league, she finds herself championed by the stranger and believing he cares. But just like trying to read is like trying to catch the rain, she struggles with allowing herself to believe she is worthy of love.





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New Cowboy for your Kindle & Mega iPad Giveaway!

Good after Christmas morning, or Boxing Day, or Monday, everyone! It’s Donna Michaels, and if you received a new Kindle for the holidays–or happen to have a hungry one–I’d love to tell you about my new Harland County cowboy release, HER TROUBLED COWBOY!

This is Keiffer’s story, the last Wyne brother from my crossover Citizen Soldier series. It was a special ‘write’, because it deals with a tough subject–veteran suicide–that  touched my husband’s unit. Twice. I’ve been leading up to this book, trying to find it in me to get it on paper and do the subject justice without having the story become too heavy, and I’m happy with the outcome. HER TROUBLED COWBOY is definitely full of all the heat, humor, and heartwarming scenes readers expect in my Harland County novels. So, don’t think this is a dark book, because it isn’t. Keiffer’s story needed to be told, but in the right way, and according to some of the wonderful comments, emails, and reviews so far, I believe I hit on that.

“Lordy, I love these men. Poor Kieffer suffered for so long. Like most men, he took the long way around to getting help. Thank God for family, friends, and a great woman who just wouldn’t give up on him.” ~V.A. Dold

“Another fantastic book from Harland County by Donna Michaels. This entire series is one of the greatest series I have read. I am very sure I will read this book many times. Keiffer is so real that you can feel his pain and feel his love for Caitlin. If you have visited Harland County before, you will no doubt be reading this story. If not, you can start here and then read each book that you can. A wonderful read!!!!!” ~Linda C

“Donna Michaels did Kieffer’s character justice. I’m a veteran’s wife myself and have been exposed to both active duty and veterans through my husband’s association with The American Legion. Donna treats the men in her books with dignity and respect. Looking forward to the next installment.” ~Rose M


Cover photo by Cover Me Photography with Jose Ruiz

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Some incidents from the past are not easily forgotten…

For over a year, former National Guardsman Keiffer Wyne left his past in Pennsylvania to start a new life, drifting from ranch to ranch across the southwest. Unrestricted, nomadic, unaccountable—he embraces the new lifestyle, until he’s called upon to watch over his sister Brandy during her husband’s absence. The problem? She’ll be there. The one woman capable of breaking through his barriers and making him feel.

Caitlin Ryan can’t believe who blew into Harland County looking dangerous, hotter, sexier than the time they shared an unforgettable weekend together. She knows he’s still dealing with the death of his buddy and his mind isn’t in a good place, but neither of them are strong enough to fight their undeniable attraction. Keiffer’s troubled and all wrong for her, counting down the days until he leaves. Too bad she never learned to shy away from trouble…


Before I go I want to tell you about this amazing giveaway I’m involved in with some wonderful authors: MEGA iPAD MINI GIVEAWAY!!


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Merry Christmas…and for 99 cents!

Merry Christmas to everyone.



I have two great Christmas reads and they are just 99 cents.

There is HE CAME UPOPN A MIDNIGHT CLEAR, where the hero is based on a real life cowboy I met. Then TOUCH OF MAGIC, about what can happen on a ranch if you just believe ..especially with a little elven magic to help. So take your pick.



Libby Morris just needs, for once in her life, to feel desired. Sensual. Appealing. Especially after an intense reshaping at a high-end spa. When Madame Eve of 1Night Stand invites them to Christmas Week at the Castillo Lodge in Alaska, Cody and Libby are not given the hcuamcnames of the partners chosen for them. As they wait to learn the identities of their one-night stands, they discover an incredible spark of chemistry and a connection stronger than either has experienced before. Will spending a very erotic night together ruin their arrangements or offer another option?










And then how about A TOUCH OF MAGIC

Maddie Woodward is in a pickle. The last person she expects to see when she returns to the family ranch for one last Christmas is her former lover, Zach Brennan. He’s hotter as he touch-of-magicever was, all male and determined to get her naked. She’s just as determined to show him she’s over him—until she ends up in his bed, enjoying the wildest sex of her life. A night of uncontrolled, erotic sex shows her that Zach is far from out of her life. Now if she can just get him to help her convince her sisters not to sell the ranch—or sell it to the two of them.



Hope you enjoy these Christmas reads. See you in 2017.


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MERRY CHRISTMAS from all us here at Wild and Wicked Cowboys! 

Thank you for coming by every day and chatting. Without you, this blog wouldn’t exist!

No advertising today.

No book links. No book covers.

Just my sincere thank you for always being there for me, especially in this past year.

Love you all!


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Maggie Carpenter and the Wild West Cowboys

Hello Fellow Cowboy Lovers:

Thrilled to be back on this super sexy blog with the second book in my new Wild West Cowboy series, RHETTS REVENGE. The first, TUCKERS JUSTICE, was a best-seller, and Rhett is already galloping up to join him. This book is a blast, and though hes not mentioned in the blurb or excerpt, Rhett has a four-legged sidekick; an enormous mutt called Bruiser.

Have a fabulous Christmas, and if you want something hot to spice up your cold winter nights I think youll find this hunky cowboy and his canine cohort will fit the bill.



Deputy Sheriff Rhett Cooper is heartbroken when Katherine Foster, the young lady he has been courting, falls prey to the scheming of a rich, dapper con man. Though he takes the impetuous girl over his knee and spanks her bare bottom soundly, his strict chastisement and stern warnings do not dissuade her, and she runs off to San Francisco in the scoundrel’s company.

When Katherine finally returns home six months later, arriving in town in a fancy carriage with the arrogant, smooth-talking rogue at her side, it quickly becomes apparent that she is quite ill. Rhett soon learns foul play was involved, and he sets out to rescue the woman he loves and bring to justice the man who hurt her.

In spite of Rhett’s demand that she leave the matter to him, as soon she regains her health Katherine puts herself in jeopardy yet again by attempting her own revenge. Determined to rein her in, Rhett punishes Katherine thoroughly and then claims her properly, and soon their passion for one another is burning hotter than ever before. But even if he manages to keep his woman under control, can a small-town lawman win a battle of wits with a clever, ruthless criminal?


Though she was horrified by the confrontation, Nate’s words and the promise of such an amazing holiday were again filling Katherine’s head. How could she turn down such an opportunity? It wouldn’t be forever, it would just be a couple of weeks at most. Nate was a gentleman, and he was such a lonely, sad man, and on top of all that he thought she was special. He’d said so. She loved being special, especially to someone so worldly and accomplished.

“Well, Katherine, answer the man,” Rhett said sternly. “Is it up to you, and you alone? You don’t care what I think? What your father thinks?”

Her heart was pounding so hard she thought it was going to jump right out of her chest and land on the table. She felt trapped, and try as she might, she found herself unable to come up with anything to say.

“I told you not to speak to her that way,” Nate barked. “You’re upsetting her.”

“Katherine, dang it, girl, think for a minute,” Rhett said, lowering his head to speak to her softly and ignoring Nate. “Use your head! This man is a complete stranger. You’ll be alone with him in a big city with no friends to look out for you.”

“He’s a lovely man,” she retorted, amazed that her voice was suddenly working. “He’s a businessman, and he cares about me. I would have such a grand time, and it wouldn’t be for long. Just a short visit.”

“But you don’t know that, Kate. You can’t go!”

“I do know,” she spat, “and I want to go, so I’m going!”

“This has gone too far, and I’m sorry, young lady but you’re comin’ with me,” Rhett abruptly exclaimed, and grabbing her wrist, he pulled her to her feet. “This snake-oil salesman has your head all turned around, and I won’t let you do somethin’ so foolhardy.”

“Let me go,” she shouted, jerking her hand from his grip. “Nate’s right. I’m of age and I can do what I want, and what I want is to go to the city with him!”

“You heard the lady,” Nate said, stepping between them. “You’d best leave before I call the sheriff.”

“I am the sheriff,” Rhett said gruffly, “at least, I’m the deputy sheriff.”

“Is that right? And what are you going to do? Arrest me for enjoying this young lady’s company? For treating her to dinners and describing a world she has every right to experience if she chooses?”

“Dinners?” Rhett repeated, his voice a low growl as he turned his head and stared at her. “Katherine? Dinners?”

“Have you got a problem with that?” Nate sneered. “She didn’t, she had no problem at all. Ask her. She’ll tell what a fine time we’ve had together. Very fine indeed.”

As if propelled by a life of its own, Rhett’s fist suddenly blazed through the air, landing in the man’s gut and sending him toppling to the floor.

“Rhett! What have you done?” Katherine gasped. “Why did you do that?”

“I’ve just saved your sorry butt,” he declared, then deftly lifting her off her feet, he threw her over his shoulder.

“Put me down! Put me down!” she howled as her legs kicked and her fists pounded his back. “How dare you?”

“You’re bein’ foolish, and you may not want me anymore, but you sure as heck aren’t gonna be takin’ off with some fancy man you don’t know.”

“I hate you, I hate you!” she screamed as he marched from the hotel and across the street to the sheriff’s office.

“Yep, I guess that’s true, but it ain’t gonna stop me spankin’ some sense into your butt.”

“How can you be so mean?”

“Stop your squirmin’ and squawkin’. It ain’t gonna help.”

She did stop, but only because she’d run out of breath. Her fury was boiling over. Rhett had ruined everything. He had no right to interfere. It was her life. If she wanted to go off on an adventure it was up to her, and as he opened the door and walked inside she hoped and prayed that Nate wouldn’t leave town. She wanted the holiday, she wanted to have a wonderful time in the city!

“Now then, young lady,” Rhett declared, kicking the door closed with his foot. “I’m gonna spank your sorry backside, then lock you in a cell while I go fetch your pa.”

“You’re a beast, and you’re mean, and I hate you!”

“Yep, I reckon you do,” he said solemnly as he effortlessly sat down, simultaneously shifting her body and laying it over his lap, “but I still care about you, and I’m still gonna do what’s right.”

“What’s right is letting me live my life as I see fit!” she shouted, trying in vain to wriggle out of his grasp.

“Not if it’s gonna see you in all kinds of trouble,” he replied, pushing her skirt and petticoats out of his way, “and I hope this’ll help you see sense.”

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Clearance Prices on Gifts You Really Want! Randi Alexander Branded Items

I’m cleaning out my closets and getting ready to start a new year with a lot more room and a lot less inventory. All these lovely things deserve to be in the hands of someone who will appreciate them. That means, you get to snag your own holiday gift at a really great price!

Cuddle Up with Your Own Cowboys

This snugly pillow is handmade by my cousin. It’s a big 16″ x 16″ and has the same cowboy fabric on the back. Each one is unique, and very nice quality. I’m selling them at a discounted price plus flat-rate shipping.

$25 + shipping

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Extra Soft Blanket for Reading Cowboy Romances on Chilly Nights

This super soft plush blanket is lovingly embroidered by my cousin. It’s a big 50″ x 60″ and comes with a nylon carrying strap. I’m selling them at a reduced rate plus flat-rate shipping.

$25 + shipping

Soft Cowboy Blanket from Randi Alexander

A Box of Fun Swag

I have a lot of great swag, including items signed by me and other authors, and some even signed by cover models! You can get your goodie box at my cost plus flat-rate shipping.

$10 + shipping

Box of Swag from Randi Alexander

Find these and other great gifts for yourself at my WEBSITE and treat yourself to something you’ll really love. You deserve to have a little something extra this year!

Happy Holidays! May your New Year bring love, happiness, and prosperity!

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