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Face Off by Mark Del Franco
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Nov 07, 2010

it was amazing
Read from December 22 to 23, 2010

Face Off (Laura Blackstone, Book 2) by Mark Del Franco picks up immediately following events at the National Archives. Laura again is balancing two personas, Mariel Tate--fey representative to human intelligence agencies and Fallon Moor--terrorist brownie, plus her own responsibilities as public relations director for the Washington, D.C., Guildhouse. The plot of this volume centers around an official visit to Washington, D.C., by Draigen macCullen, Terryn macCullen's sister and regent for the Inverni faerie clan. We also meet Terryn's brothers Brinen and Aran, Lord Guardians for the Regent. Complex political machinations and deceptions abound. Laura gradually unweaves the conflicting threads and uncovers several surprising connections. Laura continues to grow close to Jono, former SWAT team member and InterSec trainee, and she is again aided by her always efficient brownie assistant, Safi. Resha Dunne, the merrow, is back and proves a source of support for a solitary besieged by fey politics. In the conclusion of the book, Terryn is left with difficult decisions that will leave you anxiously looking for the next installment of this series. Five stars for another great urban fantasy by Mark Del Franco.


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