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  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Com/MP3 edition (25 Oct 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1423314484
  • ISBN-13: 978-1423314486
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.3 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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Star Equestrian Raine Smith is headed to the Olympics, but her biggest hurdles may lie off the track when she begins to fall for the complicated man hired to protect her from potential assassins. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Format: Paperback
Read from library. BOOK WRITTEN 1984. Reissued 1999.called summer games originally.
Beginning odd when cord meets raine. Implausible. She wouldnt tell a stranger all about her father especially one who attacked and searched her.
1st half full of very 80s descriptions. When aroused he feels close to violence! Non PC talk of savages.
Book then picked up, was interesting, loads tension re event, horses and barracuda. Romance improved withoutbeing too corny. I enjoyed how it panned out in the end.
Did find Raine self centred with little understanding of security required for her and her family. Wonder at 27 why she would be so naive re the world.
Was a 2* at beginning. Was going to give 3 but decided 4 better as good ending.
Enjoy if you can get past the first part of book.
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3 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 Jun 1999
Format: Audio Cassette
This Lowell book is a reissue of an out-of-print title that has been revised by the author. IT IS NOT THE BOOK REFERRED TO BY THE CRITICS. I'm not sure what the old title was (maybe Fires of Spring). I'm glad to see that Avon is giving Lowell's newer readers a second chance at her older books a la Traveling Man/Where the Heart Is - To the Ends of the Earth/Danver's Touch.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Is the word 'betrayed' too strong? 18 Sep 1999
By DeladyV@aol.com - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I've been reading Elizabeth Lowell for years, and I was originally drawn to her strong heroines and alpha males. She became one of the few authors I would buy on name alone, and could trust to give me a good read. Now I find that a number of authors I once bought religiously have taken to recycling previously published works, and unfortunately, E.L. is right there with them. I wouldn't mind if the original was just reissued, but additional pages are added. They don't really forward the plot. In fact, in the majority of books of this nature that I've read, the pace of the story becomes extremely labored. The only exception I can recall is To the Ends of the Earth/Danver's Touch, and that surprised me no end. Remember Summer originated as Summer Games in 1984. It deals with a woman who is competing in the three day, cross country equestrian event in the Summer Olympics. Her father is a government official who has been targeted by a terrorist. The Barracuda plans to get to her father by getting to her. Cord Elliot, a cold operative if ever there was one, is all that stands between her and the terrorist. Remember Summer/Summer Games is an ok read. I found Raine's relationship with her horse more interesting than her relationship with Cord! Maybe it's my age, and I just don't have patience for this kind of drawn out story line. And could the simile of the castle and the guards outside be beaten to death any more than it was? So read this, because Elizabeth Lowell wrote it. But read Chain Lightning, Fever and Lover in the Rough because they are the quintessential Elizabeth Lowell.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
An Excellent Read 16 Nov 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Some other readers have bashed this book for not being realistic about the horse aspects of the story. Well I say, if you want horse facts, get an equestrian book! This is a romance novel!! And an excellent one at that. The main character, Raine is a loveable young woman who's been overshadowed by her father's wealth and her older sisters' beauty all her life. Until she finally finds something that she was good at and could call her own--horseback riding. Her riding career culminates at the Olympic games where she meets our hero, Cord. The two share an undeniable attraction so powerful that it leaves them both off balance. Throw in some past hurts and a few very present dangers and you've got a real page-turner.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
By Twin City - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I am a LONG time Elizabeth Lowell fan. I love ALL her books, I keep them all and re-read them often, but this one is my all-time favorite. I have TONS of books here in my house, and Remember Summer is the one that is worn ragged b/c i read it so often. I love the characters Raine and Cord, love the chemistry between them, and i love the connection Raine has with her horse. All of Elizabeth Lowells books lodge themselves in my heart, but this one has been my personal favorite since the first time I read it. Trust me, You'll love it...those who don't shouldnt be reading romance in the first place. I wouldn't give ANY of Lowell's books a bad review. They're all great. And this one is the greatest! ENJOY!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Great! 9 Oct 2000
By Jo-Ellen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Geeze, people, lighten up! Now, I admit I am a new E.L. reader, but I thought this was pretty good! As a horse owner and an equestrian, I respect Ms. Lowell's realism with the horses and the relationships between the humans and animals. I was hooked on the book, and I couldn't put it down. It was great. The erotic scenes were also done in a classy manner. Raine's naivity did get a bit annoying, and her hang ups with the gun and beeper. I mean, the guy is protecting her life with his, and she's whining about the gun and beeper. But, this also shows how good a write E.L. is, if she can make you feel strongly about the characters. A great book overall, please, give this book a try, despite the bad reviews! Any horse lover or romance novel reader will like it!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Loved It! 30 Dec 2001
By sorrel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
It was one of the better EL's I've read. The mountain/valley/castle metaphor was a bit overused, and she didn't interact with her teamates enough, but it was really quite good. Raine had to work past her dislike of agents and violence to love the cold and hard Cord Elliot, who is protecting her and her politically powerful father from an assassin named Barracuda. My favorite EL is To The Ends of the Earth, but this is still up there on my favorites list.
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