34 Best Enemies-to-Lovers Romance Books To Read Now

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Are you a fan of steamy, suspenseful, and heartwarming enemies-to-lovers romance books? Then it’s time to explore the best books from your favorite tropes.

Books that feature enemies turned lovers are full of sizzling tension, and satisfying payoffs. There’s something about the forbidden nature of the main characters that makes it all the more appealing.

Find the list of 34 best enemies-to-lovers books including, The Hating Game, The Cruel Prince by Holly Black, and many more. 

 A Court Of Thorns And Roses by Sarah J. Maas

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction (2015)

From bestselling author Sarah J. Maas comes a seductive, enemies-to-lovers fantasy romance that blends romance, adventure, and faerie lore into an unforgettable read.

A Court Of Thorns And Roses follows the life of innocent huntress Feyre who gets caught up in a cursed turmoil after killing a wolf whilst out hunting one day; though this was no ordinary wolf. For killing a faerie, Feyre is taken from her family by a bedazzling masked captor, but things go from bad to worse when her intense feelings of hatred and anger for her captor shift into something a little more endearing and enchanting.

Sarah J. Maas brings together the sexiness of Buffy’s The Vampire Slayer and the mystical horror of Game Of Thrones in this first book to a best-selling book series. 


The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa

  • USA Today bestseller

In this list of best enemies to lovers romance books, next is a funny, lighthearted contemporary romance that offers a fresh and flirtatious story. The Worst Best Man has been highly praised by various publications, including PopSugar, EW, Cosmo, OprahMag, Buzzfeed, Insider, and NPR, as one of the best romances of 2020.

The story revolves around Carolina Santos, a wedding planner who was left at the altar. Despite her past embarrassment, she is presented with a life-changing opportunity, but there’s a catch. She has to work with Max Hartley, the man who was the best man at her failed wedding and whom she strongly dislikes.

Max, a marketing expert, is determined to make an impression on a hotel client. However, he finds out that he will be collaborating with his brother’s ex-fiancée, Lina, who he is forbidden to be involved with. Lina harbors resentment towards Max because he encouraged his brother to leave her at the altar.

The Worst Best Man is surely a rom-com that combines humor, sparks of romance, and captivating characters. Mia Sosa’s writing style is infectious and witty, ensuring an enjoyable reading experience.


The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction (2018)

The Cruel Prince weaves together a complex web of emotions, power struggles, and forbidden love in the mystical realm of Faerie. The main character of Jude is a human girl who is living among the treacherous fey in the High Court of Faerie.

Jude’s desire to belong in a world that despises humans sets the stage for her tumultuous relationship with Prince Cardan, the wicked and enigmatic youngest son of the High King. From the very beginning, Jude harbors a deep hatred for Cardan, which only intensifies over time. However, beneath that hatred lies an undeniable fascination and attraction.

The Cruel Prince is a slow-burn romance that is both captivating and emotionally charged. The journey from enemies to lovers is filled with tension, banter, and moments of vulnerability. The intricate character dynamics, the exploration of power and vulnerability, and the high-stakes plot all contribute to making it a compelling and engaging read.


Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Romance (2020)
  • Amazon Book Of the Month
  • Named the best book of the year by Oprah Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Goodreads, The Washington Post, and more

Worlds collide when Luc O’Donnell, the famous son of split rockstar parents, meets Oliver Blackwood, an untroublesome vegetarian, and barrister.

Both in need of a pretend boyfriend, the not-so-true lovers agree to fake a relationship to convince their families and further agree to go their separate ways once the task is complete. As is the case with the heart, however, Luc and Oliver’s hearts begin to wander, and soon, what was once thought to be fake risks accidentally becoming real. 

Boyfriend Material is a haters-to-lovers MM  romance featuring a swooningly romantic story and quintessential British humor.  


Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat

Yet another MM fantasy romance to the list. Captive Prince is the story of warrior hero Damen who finds his whole life crashing down on him when his half-brother seizes power.  Which causes him to lose his title as heir to the throne of Akielos.  

Damen becomes entwined with the vicious Prince Laurent after being sent to his enemies as a pleasure slave. A battle for power breaks out when Damen and Laurent work together to restore the country’s rightful heir. The only thing is, if Laurent knew who Damen really was, there’s every chance he’d already be dead. Can Damen keep his guilt buried just long enough to get his old life back? 


Crier’s War by Nina Varela

Set in a richly-imagined fantasy world, Crier’s War is a debut romance novel from Nina Varela. 

When the kingdom of Rabu was ransacked by war, Ayla, a human servant, vows vengeance against Lady Crier, the daughter of the man who killed her family. But things soon become complicated once Crier learns the truth about her father and shows remorse. Elsewhere, human unrest is increasing, as is the threat of war from a foreign monarch. Will Ayla work together with Crier for the sake of her kingdom? Or will her own personal quest for vengeance throw everything into jeopardy?

Crier’s War is a steamy, well-paced lesbian romance that you would love reading. 


Dark Lover by J.R. Ward

The Black Dagger Brotherhood is a secret band of vampire brothers who stand strong to protect their species amidst the turf war between them and their human predators, led by Wrath, the only pure-bred vampire still standing.

In a tragic turn of events, a member of the Brotherhood is killed, leaving Wrath to the task of raising a half-bred vampire girl in the world of the undead. Then, one night, Beth Randall feels something ignite inside of her that she has never felt before when a tall, handsome, and dangerous man with shadows in his eyes chances upon her – The undead have never felt so alive before now.

The first book in the New York Times bestselling Black Dagger Brotherhood series is a sexy vampire romance with wonderful characters. 


 Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning

Darkfever is a wonderfully dark fantasy with Celtic mythology. The main character, MacKayla Lane has an ordinary life. Friends, a car, a job, a typical lady of the 21st century.

Her life’s not too shallow but it’s not too exotic either. She’s nothing special and nothing special ever happens to her… Until her sister is murdered. MacKayla embarks on a quest to find out who killed the woman she loved more than anyone else.

However, things go from tragic and vengeful to confusing and paranormal when MacKayla is pushed into a position where she must learn how to handle a power she never knew she had and look deep into a scary realm; the realm of the Fae…


Halfway To The Grave by Jeaniene Frost 

In Halfway To The Grave, the smart, sexy, paranormal romance series, Catherine Crawfield is part-human, part-vampire, and in search of the man who ruined her mother’s life; her father.

Her seemingly simple quest becomes complicated when Bones, a bounty hunter and full vampire, captures her. Instead of being turned in or killed, however, Catherine is trained by Bones and learns to connect with her vampire side. Whilst caught up reeling in her newfound ‘darkness’, however, Catherine’s hand is forced when a group of slayers catch up with her and Bones.

Will she stand by her de-facto mentor? Or will she turn Bones to save her own skin and continue her personal vendetta?


Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Romance (2021)
  • An Instant New York Times Bestseller

British chick lit author Talia Hibbert’s critically acclaimed novel follows hot mess Eve Brown and her complicated life. After ruining a wedding party, her parents demand her to take control of her life, but the only problem is, she doesn’t know where to start. 

Soon she finds herself to be employed by Jacob Wayne, a bed and breakfast owner. But the only problem is, these two hate each other. But the longer these two enemies spend in close quarters, the more their animosity turns into something else. 


 Hani And Ishu’s Guide To Fake Dating by  Adiba Jaigirdar

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Young Adult Fiction (2021)

A novel that all romance readers are falling in love with, Hani And Ishu’s Guide To Fake Dating explores the very real issue of doubted bisexuality.  When high school girl Hani comes out as bisexual,  people start to question her sexuality.

However, when Hani reveals she’s dating a girl that her friends don’t like, things get even worse. The complete opposite of her lover, Ishu is successful in school and is on track for a bright future. Her short-term goal, however, is the one thing she seems unable to achieve; becoming a head girl. There’s only one solution: Fake a relationship with popular girl Hani.


 Kulti by Mariana Zapata

From the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Lingus and Under Locke comes Kulti sports romance book of over 500 with a well-crafted plot and likable characters. 

As a child, Sal Casillas, quite literally, worshipped Reiner Kulti. She had posters of him all over her wall, wanted to marry him, and even wanted to have soccer babies with him. As such, when at twenty-seven years old, Sal finds Reiner becoming her coach, she feels on top of the world. However, as she begins to learn the truth about her once-idol, she starts to feel anything but; a quiet, unbothered man who has nowhere near as much ambition as he seemingly used to.

Sal’s life gets even more complicated once she gets to know her soccer coach and starts to feel ‘killer’ desires.


 Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews

In Ilona Andrews’s urban fantasy novel, we meet heroine Kate Daniels, struggling to keep herself refined and collected.

With a tight grip on her sword, she must protect herself like her life depends on it – which it does – when the magic in her blood gets discovered and makes her a target. Magic has failed and future Atlanta is now run entirely on technology; shapeshifters, vampires – There’s now no defense against any of them. No magic means no way to protect your own house from the things that would seek out and rip you to shreds.

Ilona Andrews receives praise for writing a strong female character who knows how to use her emotions rather than break down on them.


Not My Problem by Ciara Smyth

Maebh Kowalska finds herself snowed under a heavy workload. 

And the best way to get out of it all? Fake an injury. Luckily, Aideen is on hand to give her a light nudge down the stairs. After that, Aideen becomes the school’s fixer; got a problem? Give her a call! The only problem is, despite how great it is that Aideen is the solution to everyone else’s problems, who will be the solution to hers?

With her best friend Holly avoiding her and her mother back on the alcohol, it’s soon time for Aideen to wonder if perhaps maybe there really are some problems that are too big for her ‘magic touch’.


Opposites Attract by Camilla Isley

Opposites Attract is a neighbors-to-lovers romantic comedy following a divorce lawyer, Vivian.

As a single mom, she is well aware that there are no good men left in New York City. Unfortunately for Vivian and her career, her next-door neighbor, Lucas Keller, is a couple’s therapist. As he begins to steal away her clients, the enemies go head-to-head in a competition of wits.

Before long, however, their personal vendetta gets flipped on its head and Vivan and Lucas find themselves involved in something other than a competition; quite the opposite, actually.


 Perfect On Paper by Sophie Gonzales


  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Young Adult Fiction (2021)

Perfect On Paper is a young adult novel that follows bisexual girl Darcy Phillips who plays matchmaker and love therapist to her fellow students.

The thing is nobody knows who she actually is. Darcy does all her work on paper, including communication with her clients. Her anonymity is for good reason though, as if the locker with all the love notes in it was tied back to her, certain other things would come to light about her past.

Now, it’s time for Darcy to play matchmaker once again: To a selfish brat of a guy, Alexander Brougham and a girl who, well, who already likes him. Can’t be that hard, right?


 Red, White & Royal Blue by  Casey McQuiston

  •  Goodreads Choice Award Winner for Best Romance (2019), Winner for Best Debut Novel (2019)
  • Instant New York Times bestseller
  • Must-Read Book* for Us Weekly, Vogue, NPR, Entertainment Weekly, Oprahmag.com
  • One of AudioFile Magazine’s Best Audiobooks of 2019

Fans of the royal romance genre will love to read  Red, White & Royal Blue, a steamy contemporary romance featuring Alex Claremont-Diaz, the First Son of the president of the United States, and  Prince Henry of Wales.

When Alex has a beef with Henry, across the pond, the tabloids get hold of a photo involving an Alex-Henry altercation. As those high up in power are forced to make a move to protect both of their nations.

A proposition ensues: staging a truce to protect Alex and Henry. However, things spiral out of control and both nations may be forced to face the full brunt of the public eye as well as the possibility of a forever-destroyed presidential campaign. 


She Drives Me Crazy by Kelly Quindlen

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Young Adult Fiction (2021)

She Drives Me Crazy is a queer young adult rom-com that fans of Becky Albertalli and Casey McQuiston will be delighted to read.

The main character is a basketball player named Scottie who is suffering a loss against her ex’s team. In her anger, she trashes her nemesis’, Irene’s, car, making things even worse for herself as she now has to take her nemesis to school every single morning herself.

Scottie then realizes that things may not be all bad; she envisions a way to get her toxic ex out of the way; faking a relationship with her nemesis Irene… On paper, it sounds like it may work, but then, real feelings get thrown into the mix. .


The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Romance (2016)

This self-deprecating, quick-witted romcom, The Hating Game explores the chemistry between Lucy Hutton and Joshua Templeman; a chemistry of hatred, or so it seems.

Lucy hates Josh for how happy and jovial he is, not to mention his cold and hard approach to his job.

Josh hates Lucy for her bright, blinding clothes and her zingers and how badly she wants to be liked by everyone. When the opportunity for promotion arises, Joshua and Lucy would, quite literally, fight to the death to get the position.

A full-blown war soon begins between them, but such strong and intense desires could easily give way to something unexpected.  


The Sweetest Oblivion by Danielle Lori 

The Sweetest Oblivion follows Elena, a sweet romantic at heart. She’s got a bubbly personality.

She knows when to smile, she knows when to deliver appropriate one-liners, and she’s like butter wouldn’t melt. Well, if only that were still the case. Now, whenever she looks in the mirror, all Elena can see is the blood on her hands. Elsewhere, Elena’s sister is set to marry hardman Nicolas Russo, a man whose coldness and reputation stretch far across New York.

Things get messy when Elena meets Nicolas and takes a liking to the cigarettes and the enchanting eyes. She’s just escaped one scandal, can she really afford to be caught up in another?


 The Wall Of Winnipeg And Me by  Mariana Zapata

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Romance (2016)

Next up is a slow burn, enemies to lovers romance book by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Mariana Zapata.

In The Wall Of Winnipeg And Me by  Mariana Zapata the main character national football player Aiden Graves is The Wall of Winnipeg. He’s strong, tough as nails, yet somehow, he couldn’t brave himself up enough to even congratulate ex-teammate Vanessa Mazur on her birthday. When Aiden shows up at Vanessa’s door wanting her to come back to the team, she’s in shock. Playing National Football had only ever been a stepping stone in her plan. Without a single word being said to her in two years, is it really fair for Aiden to expect Vanessa to come back? After all, he’s used to everyone dropping everything for him.


 The Wrath And The Dawn by  Renee Ahdieh

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction (2015)

Inspired by A Thousand and One Nights, The Wrath And The Dawn throws us into the world of eighteen-year-old Khalid, Caliph of Khorasan. Every night, Khalid takes a new bridge that, by sunrise, has been executed. He’s a killer, the kid of nightmares that rules the land and terrorizes a different family each time the sun comes up. Heartbreakingly, sixteen-year-old Shahrzad steps up to the plate and volunteers to be Khalid’s next bride. Not so heartbreakingly, however, she actually has a secret plan to end Khalid’s reign of terror for good. Things soon become complicated when Shahrzad realizes she may be falling in love with the killer and discovers that not all is as it seems with the seemingly evil boy-king. 


This Is How You Lose The Time War by  Amal El-Mohtar, Max Gladstone

  • Hugo Award Winner: Best Novella
  • Winner of the Nebula and Locus Awards
  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Science Fiction (2019)

This unique short book features two rival agents of warring factions who defy what they know to be right when they begin to sense something romantic between them.

It starts as a battlefield boast, it becomes something more rational. Then it becomes something far less rational yet so much bigger than any war that could possibly be waged. If their forbidden love were to be discovered, it would mean death for both of them. Whatever happens, one thing will remain true throughout War has consequences. 


Throne Of Glass by  Sarah J. Maas

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas is a thrilling enemies-to-lovers fantasy novel set in a richly imagined world. The story follows Celaena Sardothien, a formidable assassin, who is offered a chance at freedom by competing in a deadly tournament to become the King’s Champion. As Celaena navigates the treacherous trials and political intrigues of the competition, she uncovers dark secrets and a sinister force that threatens the kingdom.

Amidst the backdrop of the contest, Celaena forms unexpected alliances and finds herself torn between her loyalty to her friends and her own survival. Sarah J. Maas weaves a tale of adventure, romance, and self-discovery as Celaena confronts her past and embraces her destiny.


Tweet Cute by Emma Lord

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Young Adult Fiction (2020)

In this refreshing, original romcom,Tweet Cute there’s Pepper, the perfectionist swim team captain and overachiever who is also secretly running Big League Burger’s Twitter account, and there’s Jack, the class clown and the bane of Pepper’s life, constantly trying to step out from his twin brother Ethan’s shadow. When Big League Burger releases a product that is almost identical to his grandmother’s grilled cheese, Jack becomes determined to take the restaurant down. Soon, Jack and Pepper become engaged in a Twitter war, though as their heated internet argument develops, something changes, and the intense feelings of animosity become intense feelings of something else.


 Under Locke by  Mariana Zapata

Iris Taylor was lucky to land a job so quickly after moving home to Austin, Texas. She’d already been out of a job for six months and was in sore need of money. The only catch to her luck is that the business she now works for is owned by a member of the same motorcycle club that her absent father used to be a part of. Unlike her father, however, Iris seems to find this particular motorcycling jerk somewhat tolerable. The thing is, when choosing her job, Iris had the choice between the strip club and the tattoo shop. Suffice to say, she made the wrong choice.


 Wallbanger by Alice Clayton

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Humor (2013)

Indie author Alice Clayton’s novel Wallbanger features Caroline Reynolds, who has got it all A lush new apartment in San Francisco, a promising career in the design industry, a state-of-the-art Kitchen mixer, and above all, Clive; he’s a cat, the best cat ever. Caroline is living the high life with all this and more… There’s one thing she’s lacking, however: Sex. Her ambitious neighbors are up to it every night and, seemingly, so are her friends. One night, sexually frustrated and quite frankly fed up with what she can hear through the wall, Caroline ties up her nightie and heads out to confront her sex pest neighbor.


The Kiss Thief by L.J. Shen 

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Romance (2019)
  • 1 Contemporary Romance
  • #1 New Adult Romance
  • Amazon Charts Bestseller
  • Washington Post Bestseller

The Kiss Thief by L.J. Shen is a mafia romance that very much falls squarely into the enemies-to-lovers trope. We have our fierce and determined protagonist, Francesca Rossi, who finds herself thrust into a political marriage with the enigmatic and ruthless Senator Wolfe Keaton. Their initial encounter sets the stage for their tumultuous relationship, as Francesca is confronted with the reality of her forced betrothal to a man she despises.

L.J. Shen crafted a compelling narrative that keeps you engaged from beginning to end. The unexpected twists turns, and add layers of complexity to the characters and their relationship. 


The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Romance (2019)
  • The Instant New York Times Bestseller!
  • Named a “Must-Read” by TODAY, Us Weekly, Bustle, BuzzFeed, Goodreads, Entertainment Weekly, Publishers Weekly, Southern Living, Book Riot, Woman’s Day, The Toronto Star,

Christina Lauren’s The Unhoneymooners  is by far my favorites from the list. 

Filled with witty banter, laugh-out-loud moments, and sizzling chemistry, this book is a perfect pick for those seeking a lighthearted and entertaining read.

The story revolves around Olive Torres, who finds herself on an unexpected honeymoon trip with her nemesis, Ethan Thomas. Due to food poisoning, Olive’s twin sister and Ethan’s brother fall ill after their wedding, leaving Olive and Ethan as the only ones able to take the non-refundable honeymoon trip. Despite their dislike for each other, they decide to put their differences aside and embark on the vacation.

The dynamic between Olive and Ethan is characterized by constant bickering, sarcastic exchanges, and a genuine dislike for one another. Their verbal sparring and amusing misunderstandings create a humorous and entertaining atmosphere throughout the story. Despite their initial animosity, they are forced to spend time together, leading to unexpected discoveries and a gradual shift in their perception of each other.


Beach Read  by Emily Henry

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Romance (2020)
  • One of… The New York Times Book Review’s Summer Romance Reads, Entertainment Weekly’s Hottest Summer Reads of 2020, Oprah Magazine’s Best Beach Reads of Summer 2020

Beach Read by Emily Henry is a perfect choice for those seeking a heartfelt and engaging story that explores the complexities of love, grief, and second chances.

The story follows January Andrews, a romance writer who finds herself in a creative rut after experiencing a series of personal hardships. As she decides to spend a few months near the beach she discovers her next-door neighbor is none other than her college rival and literary fiction writer, Augustus “Gus” Everett, in one of the neighborhood beach houses. As they navigate their shared solitude at the beach, they strike a unique deal: January will try her hand at writing a literary fiction novel, while Gus will attempt to write a romance novel. Through this agreement, they embark on a journey of self-discovery, creativity, and, ultimately, unexpected romance. Full list of Emily Henry books. 


Bully by Penelope Douglas

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Debut Goodreads Author (2013)

Bully by Penelope Douglas is a gripping enemies-to-lovers young adult romance that delves into the complexities of friendship, betrayal, and personal growth, particularly during high school and senior year.

It tells the story of Tate, who has endured years of torment and humiliation since high school at the hands of her former best friend, Jared. With determination and strength, Tate decides it’s time to take control of her life and confront the bully who has made her suffer, setting the stage for a transformative journey.

The novel explores the theme of transformation as Tate evolves from a victim to a survivor, refusing to be defined by the labels Jared has placed upon her throughout their teenage years.  Determined to reclaim her senior year and rewrite her narrative, Tate’s strength of character shines as she decides to stand up for herself.  Jared, the antagonist turned love interest, is portrayed as a complex character with layers of his own. 


The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Romance (2021)
  • New York Times Bestseller

If you are in search of slow-burn romance featuring witty, intelligent protagonists, 

Spanish Love Deception is a perfect choice. We follow Catalina Martín, who desperately needs a fake boyfriend for her sister’s wedding. In the end, she is left to ask her insufferable colleague, Aaron Blackford.

As the deadline looms closer, Catalina reluctantly accepts Aaron’s offer, despite her initial reservations about his aggravating and insufferable nature. The chemistry between them is palpable, creating a foundation for an intriguing love story.

As Catalina and Aaron navigate the elaborate charade, they discover hidden layers beneath each other’s façades. The story explores their evolving relationship outside of the office, as they spend more time together in the context of the wedding preparations. 

Spanish Love Deception combines witty banter, cultural richness, and heartwarming moments. 


Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Jane Austen’s timeless classic Pride and Prejudice is often hailed as one of the greatest enemies-to-lovers romances in literature. Set in the early 19th century, the novel follows the spirited Elizabeth Bennet and the proud Mr. Darcy as they navigate social conventions, misunderstandings, and their own prejudices to find love and understanding.

The main part of the novel explores the themes of first impressions, societal expectations, and the transformative power of love. As the story unfolds, Austen skillfully develops the characters and their relationship. Through witty dialogue and subtle characterizations,  you witness the evolution of Elizabeth and Darcy’s feelings for each other. 

Pride and Prejudice is definitely a great book for readers of enemies-to-lovers romance. 


Lilac by B.B. Reid 

Lilac by B.B. Reid is a reverse harem romance novel that follows the story of Braxton Fawn, a young woman who is chosen as the new lead guitarist for the band Bound. Braxton’s journey from small dive bars to the grand stage seems like a fairytale come true, but her dream quickly turns into a nightmare when she faces resistance from her jaded and talented bandmates.

Braxton finds herself surrounded by gorgeous musicians who are determined to sabotage her success. As she tries to navigate her dream job, the world tour, public scrutiny, and the animosity of her bandmates, Braxton realizes that her biggest threat is not just the challenges around her but also herself.

With its engaging storyline and well-developed characters, Lilac takes readers on a rollercoaster ride of emotions


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