Elizabeth Lowell revises and expands one of her classic romance novels with the release of REMEMBER SUMMER (formerly Summer Games).

Because of her father Justins super-secret security work, Olympic Equestrian competitor Raine Chandler-Smith is not surprised to hear that a terrorist called the Barracuda has targeted her. Justin hires trusted agent Cord Elliot to provide her protection, but the duo gets off to a rocky start. Recognizing that Cord is a man who lives in her fathers secret and dangerous world, Raine originally plans to ignore him. The powerful magnetism that sparks between them soon makes short work of their best intentions.

In Raine, Cord sees all the warmth, love and loyalty that is missing from his danger-filled life. Cord is ready to lay down his life to save Raines, but is he willing to try to live in her world?

REMEMBER SUMMER is Elizabeth Lowell at her finest. Ms. Lowell takes an already-classic series romance story and fleshes it out by adding even more depth and feeling. (Oct., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith