Ann Hamilton, former fashion photographer, is fleeing with the grandchild of a friend who was killed by terrorists. When she and the child are captured in French Guiana, Mike Bishop, head of a special military unit of American and British forces, rescues them. While Face of Deception (2), by Ana Leigh, includes adventurous romps through London and New York and an attractive hero, it is a disappointing read. The heroine refuses to follow any advice or help from the professionals who are trying to keep her alive. Sexual tension is defused, and the ending trails on longer than necessary.

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Page Traynor