With a code name like Renegade and a compact, sensual body, there is no wonder that DEA undercover operative Summer Montgomery infiltrates drug rings and slowly helps the agency take them down. From the start of this novel, it is apparent that the reader is in for quite the adventure. And what an adventure it is, as Summer, who is driven by personal tragedy, makes sure that she always gets her man.

But what will happen when she challenges death one more time in a suburb of Boston, where a drug ring is being operated under the shadow of a school? Disguised as a drama teacher, Summer gets closer and closer to danger— and to Gabriel Cole, a talented musician.

For the first time in a very long time, Summer feels that delightful but distracting passion that simmers beneath the surface whenever Gabriel is near. In her profession she is allowed to trust no one, nor is she allowed to form attachments. In this life-or-death drama, love has little chance unless Summer is able to trust her instincts and take a chance at love. (Jun., 280 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed by: 
Diana White