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April 27, 2024 at 03:02 AM UTC

We know that Cloe’s brother and Juggernaut interact in the task force. We know the task force had to deal with Seelie and Unseelie battles downtown. We know there is a video of Chloe’s takedown of the Seelie and Unseelie monarchs. I would like to see a short story of the task force’s evaluation of that battle and lessons learned that the task force could use in their work, as part of introducing a human to the task force.


April 19, 2024 at 10:28 PM UTC

If the next series is about Iris – she’s going to have quite a bit of trauma to heal from.

Margaret Efron

April 11, 2024 at 08:34 PM UTC

I would love to see a short about Blood and Ruin in the magical house as it was hinted at by Iris.
My favorite scene was when Blood put pictures on the PowerPoint demonstrating her relationship with Ruin. Heartwarming and hilarious!

Margaret Efron

April 11, 2024 at 08:51 PM UTC

As for my thoughts on the slayers, they seem to be well organized militant teams of individuals but nothing special. Unlike the short story involving Jade’s family, the reader doesn’t get the impression that a key strength for the slayers is their ability to assess and counteract weaknesses or mistakes as a unit AND that this is not usual for supernaturals or humans. To me, the slayers in the book came across as souped up SEALS or GREEN BERETS. An essential aspect of slayers (that I would liken to a colony of ants or the social structure of Japan) is one missing in the supernatural community.


April 11, 2024 at 11:13 PM UTC

I agree, but I guess that just highlights how the O’Neils are elite in their field.


April 09, 2024 at 05:32 AM UTC

Okay, my thoughts, my thoughts. I’ll be honest, it won’t be coherent.
Surely the next series is about Iris. We don’t have enough of a stake in any other female mentioned. I wonder if the Wizard Council will be able to pick a family from Magiford for the family-less House, or if they will import one in from another region, like Greyson and the Timber Ridge Pack. You know, I didn’t feel like the Slayers were overly regimented or militaristic. Sure, they’re very well organized and even throwing a bunch of families together, they’re still a well-oiled machine, but I think the rest seemed more easy going than Jade and her demand of perfection from herself. Vigi amuses me. He’s a more cunning vampire than some of his siblings, immediately thinking in layers as to the impact of Jade on Considine’s (and his) life. Staying in her good graces is going to keep him in Considine’s good graces, and he will be left alone for longer. I hope they get to see Jade and Considine fight together, so that they can appreciate her deadliness for what it is, and not just what she could do to them if she were inclined. But I was surprised at how hard they took it when Considine was missing. Perhaps they didn’t realize until then that they also saw him as a father figure. While I wasn’t surprised that the Blood nickname wasn’t actually meant to be hurtful, I was surprised at what it meant. That is something that should’ve been mentioned (to her) sooner. It was nice to see there’s more to Killian’s siblings than just lounging about, and I’m glad that a vampire (Considine) finally pointed out that it’s silly to hate humans when they were once the same. It’s sad that he can’t remember his birth name, but I was smug that my suspicion he and Ambrose were friends before being turned was correct. This is now our third pairing of a mortal and immortal. Noctus can easily keep Chloe from aging, and I guess it shouldn’t be difficult for a vampire slayer to be turned into a vampire. I wonder if a wizard can be turned. I remember shifters can have naturally extended lives if they don’t get killed first (Pip’s adoptive parents had grown grandchildren when they took her in), so I wonder if the mate bond with Greyson will also extend her life. I hope we get to see more of Jade’s team in the future. I really enjoyed her friends there. Oh, and it’s funny that her building basically gossips about her and Connor.
I’ll make another post of I remember anything else.


April 09, 2024 at 02:08 AM UTC

I think my fave scene in the series will always be when Jade scares the crap out of those vamps just by being a slayer. But I came here to comment as I’m re-reading Order (yeah, I read fast and I’ve been stuck home with a sleepy sick kid) and I’ve just realized that Jade and Josh have a lot of similarities. They both have a very unexpected world view. Hazel asking Jade if she’s nervous before the party and Jade’s confusion over a girl’s day just really drove that home to me. Plus, the short story – I feel like she and Josh would really appreciate each other.

Sloane Mitchel

April 08, 2024 at 11:08 PM UTC

BONUS STORY IDEA: maybe something with Jade’s brother? Like how they and the O’Neil’s reacted, (Jades dad ranting about Considine would be hilarious) and how much they care for Jade and worry about her. We didn’t see much of the bros personality or get a super huge feel on them. Also, maybe one of them found a romantic interest in their visit to Magiford during the Slayer. (Sunshine, maybe?!?!?)

Rachel Glenn

April 08, 2024 at 08:32 AM UTC

I cackled like this mad woman I am when, in Chapter 16: ‘The minotaur huffed. “No! It can’t be! She said the other Court would be quelled by blood, followed by ruin!”’ *I see what you did there. Awesomeness!

Gisila’s arc is very ‘be careful what you wish for’. The best!

The whole book was inspired! There was so much character development! So much fun.

The arrival of the Slayer Stake gave me shivers. My heart ached along with Jade’s throughout the separation. The Tellier flag bursting into flames was EPIC in its simplicity and strength. There was so much of this book that I love, I am unable to put forth everything.

I look forward to possibly more of Iris and Vale, together or not, and I hope for a future for House formerly of Tellier.

I wonder if the Paragon will ask for a prophecy for the lost elven princess…

If a slayer’s blood is poisonous to vampires, what’s to keep their own blood from killing them if they attempt to turn into a vampire?


April 09, 2024 at 05:46 AM UTC

You know, I did consider that Jade might die from attempting to turn, but I assumed it would be the interaction between her blood and Considine’s venom. Not that the attempt could succeed, and then her blood turn on her. That has me worried now. Hopefully her blood changes when he tries to turn her.


April 08, 2024 at 05:20 PM UTC

I was thinking of the same thing about wanting Iris in a book series. Also, the paragon asking for a prophecy would be such an interesting twist! One thing that was missing in the magic on main street books was the paragon! Such a hilarious character!
When Considine met Hazel, I was cackling at the creativity and genius of it. (Although, I did want to give Killian a talking to about being more considerate to Jade, lol)


April 09, 2024 at 05:43 AM UTC

We saw the Paragon in the second book. He was the old guy asleep in the library when Team Blood went to question the librarian. We also only saw a cameo of him in the Pack of Dawn and Destiny. I don’t think he gets explicitly mentioned if it’s not one of the books dealing with his quest. That means the next series (which is also a sort of spin-off) will likely only have a cameo as well.


April 09, 2024 at 05:55 AM UTC

Yeah ur right. I just find it crazy that Kitty can balance each book and twist them together and give hints even when the book series are so far apart! Hopefully we see a lot more of the Paragon in Shiloh’s series (crossing my fingers hoping he’s a main character!) One of the reasons I liked Hall of Blood and Mercy was the unique relationship between the Paragon and Killian. They’re “besties”


April 09, 2024 at 09:10 AM UTC

You know that meme people like to use for conspiracy theories with the red yarn and diagrams and stuff? Yeah, I imagine that’s what Kitty’s office/desk looks like. I have trouble keeping all of this straight.


April 09, 2024 at 05:57 AM UTC

Gotta love the besties! I can’t wait to see what Considine thinks of that pair.


April 09, 2024 at 09:04 AM UTC

Oh my gosh, I can’t wait for that! Hopefully Considine and Little Killi are in Shiloh’s series. 😀

Tally Reads

April 08, 2024 at 04:57 AM UTC

I would love just a short stories magiford book! It would have more detail on the weddings of the characters and just some funny other side stories.

I was just thinking how awesome a vampire slayer and an elder vampire wedding would be. The vampires would beg for invitations while simultaneously being frightened about attending lol

Maybe more details on side character romances… Please think about it!

Tally Reads

April 08, 2024 at 06:53 AM UTC

My most reread parts is the call from Jade to her family. I loved when Jasper was silently screaming and shaking her other brothers arms lol

The call for the slayer stake and her putting on her slayer uniform while her team tries to reassure her. Then her presentation at the slayer stake. I love when she claims him. Also the bat picture is adorable lol

Samantha Bonser

April 11, 2024 at 06:03 AM UTC

Oooh That would make a fun coloring page!


April 07, 2024 at 10:35 PM UTC

This book was so much fun! I loved everything about it. Considine and Jade’s relationship, the slayer stake (very clever name), all the side characters, and of course Dragon! I absolutely loved reading about Jade and Considine fighting together. The way they use each other, swap weapons, and joke around was such a joy to read. It gave me the same excitement as watching a well choreographed fight scene in a movie. Oh and Considine is my new favorite character! Thank you Kitty for the best book of my year!


April 07, 2024 at 03:13 AM UTC

I have a theory that the reason that Iris saw Blood and Ruin was because of the House. Vale stated that oracles are kept in a same room without much in it so they can’t have a vision that will tell them how to escape. But the House already “met” them and must have liked/respected them. And after Considine joined the force, the future changed. And since Iris was being held in a magical House, she was able to get a vision because of it.
If we are making suggestions/taking votes on whose story is next: I vote either Iris, the wizard-less House, more on the task force, or Chole’s brother (which involves the task force)!
Also, what about combing Iris and the empty House. While an oracle can’t bond with the House, that doesn’t mean that a new group of wizards can’t bond with the House and be Iris’s bodyguards/friends/new family. Iris would certainly be protected by a wizard House and wizards. But if she was able to befriend them and see them as friends/family rather than bodyguards, it wouldn’t feel so stifling compared to regular bodyguards. And Magiford is changing, so to make it more interesting, it would be cool if her new bodyguards were a few wizards(maybe siblings/cousins) and a few other people of other types. Like maybe a few werewolves want to retire from the mercenary business (the task force took care of a couple groups of those). Etc.
Of course whatever Kitty wants to write about I will read, but those are my thoughts.

Hall of Blood and Mercy series
Court of Midnight and Deception series
United – (The Lies of Vampires and Slayers) & (The Games of Enemies and Allies)
Fated – The Order of Blood and Ruin
Gath of Myth and Power Series

Tally Reads

April 08, 2024 at 05:21 AM UTC

I was thinking there was definitely a connection with the house and Iris. Since the house is sentient then it would have been able to hear her prophecies and would have tried to help as much as a house can. Iris trusted noone but blood and ruin and it was the same with the house.

It will be interesting if we get more information on that.


April 08, 2024 at 05:50 PM UTC

I was thinking the same – she seemed really reluctant to leave the grounds of the House which is consistent with that. I love the sentient houses so much. It’d be really cool if a new wizard “family” developed with Iris as the founder.


April 07, 2024 at 01:12 AM UTC

I left another comment above but it turned out to be a reply to somebody else which I didn’t mean it to be.
The last third of the book? Or maybe everything from chapter 23 was fire. The action was incredible. And the Slayer Stake scenes, Just wow — the action and the pacing! But here are the two scenes that made me actually bookmark them. They really touched my heart:
“I’ve lost family, too. And even in my short human days I’ve wondered if the pain is worth it. But on those rough days, when it feels like your heart is ripped in half, I want you to know you walk in love—and that will stay with you forever.”

“You can carry me in your heart as long as possible, but while I can become a distant memory, what I want you to feel as long as you breathe is the memory of love,” I said. “I want you to know deep in your bones that the loss doesn’t mean you were loved any less, and that you still carry love with you even if you can’t remember where it came from.”
And also, during the vampire gala, when they took a break in the kitchen, and Jade realized that Considine had been taking a lot of pictures of them so that he could retain his memories.


April 06, 2024 at 09:40 PM UTC

I love the book! It is so good!
I am curious, however: who does Landon think is more vampire handsome than Considine?
I loved the reason for Jade’s nickname: not one drop of blood.
And Orrin! That redemption arc was amazing!
Considine wanting slayer child? So funny.
Thanks, Kitty for another amazing book!


April 07, 2024 at 06:26 AM UTC

Yes! They should have kids! I know not everybody has kids but this is the fifth series, I would love to see SOMEBODY enthusiastic about a big family!

Zanne H.

April 06, 2024 at 09:18 PM UTC

Loved this latest trilogy in my favorite storyline. Loved these two main focuses, and all the secondaries. Thank you for the opening book mentioning both the clocktower state of construction, and Chloe in her earlier Magiford days of constantly being chased, to clue us readers quickly into the timeline rewind.

Came here looking for where to buy the Magiford set of improved Go Fish/Magic?/Magi? with all the new cards, and that killer Old Maid!

Can’t wait for the next trilogies!

Zanne H.

April 06, 2024 at 11:10 PM UTC

Sorry, didn’t answer the questions. The Task Force is great, to me. I also like that stuff with just humans though. Got excited when I thought Netflix was going to start up a fun urban fantasy crime procedural after a certain movie, but I guess no one likes that except me?

Prefer the Task Force to vampire siblings, or maybe general slayer info, barring I love the concepts embodied by Jade and her family, along with the prepared for all situations ideas.
Which is why I was confused about why Jade hadn’t gotten early extensive training for her verbal interactions with humans problem. Then it finally dawned on me this was a critical device in the stories. (Plus not quite as upsetting to read vs Phillipa making a constant repetitive mess with Greyson.)

Favorite scenes. Nothing is coming to mind that struck me yet, like my favorites from the previous series. Possibly the House ejecting all those rotten wizards? At the time I was mentally too distracted by what it all may mean in the future to appreciated the scene as is. Probably will find a few during later rereads, when I’m more awake. From rereads these are, hands down, my favorite scenes from previous Magiford trilogies.

Hazel with ripped up bare feet, in her pajamas swearing into the Drakes, or wailing on someone rotten with a purse book.

Leila announcing her spouse choice, or the many times those nightmares, gloams and such were her darlings. (Had a moment of slight regret when they turned into unicorns. Similar to, but not the hard let down, how I always felt about the beast prince in stories getting turned back into a human, because the nightmares retained some elements of what made them fun.)

Phillipa rubbing Prince on Greyson’s mouth, Rio seeing this weirdness, then Prince tapping on her foot afterwards. (Least favorite overall main female character, but I was laughing so hard it hurt, and blinded by tears, for many minutes.) Pus the Alpha beat down when she thought they ate him.

Chloe getting offered the strawberry, and all the protected belly moments. Also, of course, Truck! (Chloe’s first book stole my heart enough that I didn’t mind a lot else, later, that otherwise would have irritated me.)

Tally Reads

April 06, 2024 at 09:02 PM UTC

I just love how Sunshine encouraged Jade through her presentation. She’s definitely a bff!


April 06, 2024 at 07:40 PM UTC

I loved this book! One of Kitty’s best ever. I simply loved Jade and Considine’s relationship dynamic and I enjoyed the moment when Jade met the Dracos’ offspring and it was hilarious when she told her family that Considine had been assigned as her partner. Also, I loved seeing how efficient the slayers were when Jade called in a slayer stake. I finished reading the book very quickly and couldn’t put it down. Most books that I find boring are difficult to finish but this one was over so quickly. It was over 400 pages long but it filled everything out so perfectly. Great job Kitty! I can’t wait for the next Magiford series to come out in December (probably/hopefully)!


April 08, 2024 at 01:30 PM UTC

Though, I do wonder what is coming out next??

Tally Reads

April 08, 2024 at 11:46 PM UTC

In the coming soon section it looks like book 4 of the second age of retha is the only other book coming out this year.

So we might have to wait for another magiford series until 2025. Nooooo

Book Dragon

April 09, 2024 at 05:26 PM UTC

Kitty will publish the next magiford series at the end of this year beginning of next year just like she has done for the last few trilogies.

Michelle B

April 09, 2024 at 12:08 AM UTC

I’m old and really don’t think I can last that long 😉

Janice Caggiano

April 06, 2024 at 10:25 AM UTC


Michelle Binder

April 06, 2024 at 06:27 AM UTC

I love Magiford so much. I’ve read all of the series, except this last trilogy, more than once now and will re-read this one soon. I loved the whole concept of a slayer and a vampire together. Finally the House threw those nasty, weak wizards out! That might have been my favorite scene except I felt like this entire book was my favorite scene 😊

I do need to say that I’m a senior who is getting older by the minute and I’m requesting as many stories set in this universe as you can possibly write while I can still read them!

Tally Reads

April 06, 2024 at 05:41 AM UTC

Well at least we find out why Tutu wasn’t concerned about security! She wasn’t worried about anyone stealing the weapon because it protects itself. Maybe its cursed just like Truck?


April 07, 2024 at 02:48 AM UTC

That was my guess as well. And maybe that’s why their parents gave it to Tutu, knowing that she would store it away rather than try to use it.


April 06, 2024 at 05:30 AM UTC

Current review count: 52

Goodreads: 27
Amazon US: 20
Amazon AU: 1
Amazon UK: 3
Amazon CA: 1
Total: 52

Needed 48


April 06, 2024 at 10:23 PM UTC

I tried to leave a review from my Kindle app on iPhone. My phone was acting weird, and I force-quit and restarted the Kindle app, but I didn’t want to wait while my phone restarted so I ignored it to finish the last couple of chapters. When I tried to leave a review it wouldn’t. I have to go back today now that I’ve reset my phone and try again.


April 06, 2024 at 03:34 PM UTC

Count: 101

Goodreads: 54
Amazon Us: 40
Amazon UK: 4
Amazon AU: 1
Amazon CA: 2

Grand Total: 101


April 06, 2024 at 08:58 AM UTC

Updated Count: 75:

Goodreads: 40
Amazon US: 29
Amazon AU: 1
Amazon UK: 3
Amazon CA: 2
Total: 75

Needed: 25

Ruth Cumberbatch

April 06, 2024 at 03:37 AM UTC

Why didn’t House Tellier unlock the front door for Jade and Considine?


April 07, 2024 at 02:46 AM UTC

Sarge said: “And the Telliers wised up from when we last arrested them and barricaded themselves inside the House.” So you have to assume that there was more than the locked front door there, most likely a few pieces of furniture as well (that Kitty didn’t go into detail about) that Considine easily kicked away along with the door.

Ruth Cumberbatch

April 07, 2024 at 05:04 AM UTC

That makes sense.


April 05, 2024 at 09:37 PM UTC

Okay, I am getting very strong “there-will-be-a-series-about-an-oracle” vibes. Or maybe that’s just me hoping so hard I convinced myself it was real.


April 06, 2024 at 01:18 AM UTC

I got the same vibe…. Or maybe I have the same hope.


April 06, 2024 at 03:06 AM UTC

Great book. I loved the story and I will probably read it again pretty soon. And I love how Considine grew emotionally and how Jade came to love him. And her gradual evolution from socially anxious teammate wannabe to consummate leader was really great to see. But boy do I have questions!
Thinking about the Paragon who, in one of the Gate Of Myth And Power books, said he knew someone who knew about Shadows that wasn’t Noctus. A two millennium old vampire certainly would. And I can’t help thinking Considine is some sort of a unifier between the different Magiford séries or a common denominator because of his age. He had to have known about elves too.
The fate of House Tellier; how will that be resolved? I loved the House and it would be great to see it with new wizards.
I’m also a bit confused about the timeline between the different trilogies. Jade was interviewed in one of the Night Court trilogies. She appears in the second book of the Gate Of Myth And Power trilogy as part of the task force that stops the car with Chloe, Ker, and Noctus after the chimera attack.. And I can’t figure out where Considine enters the overall timeline.
Then there’s Vale, who I keep thinking I might have seen before somewhere. And Iris, what will happen with her? And the Shiloh thread.
So many possibilities!


April 06, 2024 at 04:33 AM UTC

So, I’m pretty sure Considine joins the task force approximately 2 months before the end of Pack of Dawn and Destiny. They mention that case halfway through the book. At the very end, the chimera is mentioned. So, presumably, thus series stretches from the end of Court of Midnight and Deception (since Considine mentions Leila becoming empress) to that point in Gate of Myth and Power. I’m working off guesswork, so feel free to correct me!


April 07, 2024 at 01:03 AM UTC

Now, I’ll have to go back to read the Pack of Dawn and Destiny Packtrilogy (No hardship). I think what just confused me was that last scene in the second myth and power book and exactly when that happened. The one where Chloe tried to distract Jade from Ker’s presence. Also, I applied for making my comment a reply. I didn’t realize I was doing it. It should have been a stand-alone comment, but I’m grateful for your answer.


April 11, 2024 at 05:08 PM UTC

Is Vale Noctus’ glamoured alter ego?


April 06, 2024 at 09:16 PM UTC

Rereading, Considine joins the force at the beginning of November, and they break up the fight mid November. The series ends in either December or January.

Book Dragon

April 06, 2024 at 07:26 AM UTC

the chimera that’s mentioned at the end cannot be the fight that Chloe broke up. the season is wrong, because Chloe broke up the fight in summer and it’s spring when Jade and Con go out, in addition to there being more than just Jade and Con there when Chloe broke up the fight.


April 05, 2024 at 07:28 PM UTC

Kitty you have done it again. Another fantastic book that was left my dying to know what happens next.

Loved the slayer stake in general, and Jade’s family members in particular. You can really see where she gets her code from.

One twist that I was so ready for and expecting that didn’t happen was that I was sure the former House Tellier would bond itself with Jade (as Jade is a slayer which is a wizard subgroup it is possible).

Unfortunately I guess I will have to wait till next series to learn who the House chooses. November can’t come soon enough.

Book Dragon

April 06, 2024 at 10:23 PM UTC

I don’t think the house formerly known as tellier can bond with Jade, or even Iris for that matter. Wizards are fundamentally different from the wizard subtypes in how they use magic, so the way wizards have to connect to a house allows them to have that bond with it while Jade or Iris wouldn’t have that extra ability to bond with it. I do hope the house-formerly-known-as-tellier gets a good new wizard family to bond with it though.

Lorin K

April 06, 2024 at 11:10 AM UTC

I was thinking House T would bond to the Oracle, and that she would have Jade, Considine and Orrin move in as security 🙂


April 06, 2024 at 12:30 AM UTC

I was actually expecting the same thing – the House to bond with Jade. Maybe it eventually will with Iris or become something like the bookstore.

Great story though! And Con’s delight with the Slayers was fun.


April 05, 2024 at 06:19 PM UTC

I think my favourite bit was seeing how gleeful Considine is about the Slayers and their badassery. Also how totally badass Jade and Considine are fighting together – they totally ripped through the Tellier wizards. Also, I reckon the next Magiford series, the one that goes straight on from this one, might focus on Iris the oracle. And maybe Vale the winter fae oracle expert.


April 06, 2024 at 12:33 AM UTC

Hah! Yes! Comparing Tellier wizards to tissue paper was a major insult…to the tissue paper!!!

Con’s glee is such fun after all his grumpiness with the Dracos. I have to imagine it’s going to make for some interesting moments with the slayer in-laws, though.

I loved the team’s interactions in general. Grove in particular, especially when he’s feeling crowded or threatened by Orrin’s presence!


April 05, 2024 at 05:55 PM UTC

I think this may be my new favorite trilogy! Constantine and Jade are too cute, and Orrin is hilarious. I guess we know why there were supernatural visiting house Tellier. It might have just been a description, but remember some vampires earlier in the series having orange eyes. That might have just been a description, but I wonder if there is more to the House Tellier deal than we know.


April 08, 2024 at 06:01 AM UTC

I assumed it had to do with the quality of blood they were consuming, or how often they were feeding, but I guess that’s a more reasonable theory.

I hope the new family bonding with the House has better colors than Tellier did.

Book Dragon

April 08, 2024 at 06:31 AM UTC

your comment about the colors made me think of this line:
“Ah yes, the house of ugly color combinations. for real, your ancestors should have looked at a color wheel.” -Paragon, Magic Unleashed

Tenna Chatman

April 05, 2024 at 04:36 PM UTC

I loved the scene where Constantine was talking ro himself and realized he was in love.

Order of Blood and Ruin: Spoiler Post

Greetings, Champions! The Order of Blood and Ruin is officially released! Did you read it yet? I’m bringing back the tradition of a Spoiler Post because I want to give you blog-reading Champions a place to voice your reading thoughts during this initial book launch so please talk away! Warning: If you haven’t gotten a chance to read The Order of Blood and Ruin, book 3 in the Magic on Main Street series, then I’d suggest waiting before you check out the rest of the post or read the comments, or you’ll spoil the story for yourself!

As usual, I’ve will be writing short story as my “thank you” for the launch of this new book and for it reaching 100 reviews–that’s 100 honest reviews pooling from Goodreads and all the Amazon stores! Speaking as a reader, honest reviews can help readers decide if a book is the type of story they want to try. Reviews and ratings are a big deal for authors and I’m so thankful that you’re willing to spend your time leaving a review–which is why I’m happy to write the shorts! I'm really excited for your to see the bonus short and I'll be watching to release it as soon as we hit the 100 mark. But until then, let’s talk spoilers!

So, Champions, now that the series is over, I'm curious to know what your thoughts are on the Task Force, Killian's siblings, or slayers in general? What was your favorite scene in the series? Or what was your favorite Jade + Considine scene?

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