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I cannot wait to wake up every morning and write. I have a passion for telling stories and I cannot imagine doing anything else. Becoming an indie author has allowed me to share my stories with readers--a dream come true.

About the Author

Theresa has garnered six Golden Heart nominations in Romance Writers of America's prestigious Golden Heart Competition for her work. She lives with her husband, Joe, and the youngest of her four children in Sacramento, California. When she's not writing, she loves to play the piano and travel to faraway lands.

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  • File Size: 671 KB
  • Print Length: 282 pages
  • Publication Date: May 5, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004ZLYVE6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,245 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Theresa Ragan has garnered six Golden Heart nominations in Romance Writers of America's prestigious Golden Heart Competition for her work.

After writing for twenty years, Theresa decided to self-publish in March 2011, and has sold over 1.5 million ebooks since that time. In 2012 she signed with Thomas & Mercer and is having the time of her life.

Theresa writes time travels, contemporary romance, romantic suspense, and thrillers under the name T.R. Ragan. ALMOST DEAD, book #5 in the bestselling Lizzy Gardner series is available now. Book #6, EVIL NEVER DIES will be released August 4, 2015. To learn more about Theresa visit her website at www.theresaragan.com.

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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Tracy Riva on July 19, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
Finding Kate Huntley by Theresa Ragan was an enticing read. It wraps romance, mystery and multiple murders in with the case of a woman who went missing ten years earlier. It was captivating for so many reasons. The sexual tension between the hero and heroine in the novel sizzles, it practically has you panting along with the heroine who just wants the hero to get on with it already!

The heroine is no laid back, come save me weakling. She kicks ass, literally. If you go after her you'd better be prepared for one hell of a fight because she's tough, determined and not about to go down easily. She has been on her own for years in the tough neighborhoods of Haiti and she more than knows how to take care of herself. She was helpless once, but she's determined to never be helpless again. That is until she gets around our hero who has her feeling all feminine and vulnerable, but in all the right ways.

Jack is as sweet as the boy next door and as hunky as they come. He's an FBI agent who's been framed for murder and is fighting back. He's gone from being an idealistic believer in the system to being a victim of the worst betrayal possible. Someone on the inside has set him to take the fall and Jack doesn't know who to trust or where to turn for help.

The story is complex, intriguing and fraught with tension of every sort. The plot is well-developed and is guaranteed to keep you turning the pages until long past bedtime. I enjoyed every moment I spent in the world Theresa Ragan created and found Finding Kate Huntley to be one extremely satisfying read.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By lovestodive on July 14, 2011
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In September of 1998 Kate Huntley celebrates her 15th birthday aboard her father's boat along with her father, a doctor who is doing ground breaking aids research. Two days after her birthday Kate is awoken to a storm, going on deck she finds her father locked in battle with a strange man. Her father gets shot but manages to throw the man overboard, but the boat is beyond help. Her father manages to get them both off the boat and Kate onto a raft but is unable to save himself. With his last breath he tells her to trust no one. Ten years later we find a tougher, leaner, meaner, self-sufficient Kate working for a charter company in Port-au-Prince Haiti. Kate took her father at his word and has lived under the radar. After coming back from a couple day charter and checking into the office she finds that a "Mel Gibson" good looking man has been asking for her. This puts Kate on alert and she decides she must leave. She catches the man following her and discovers he is FBI and not what she would have expected. Jack Coffey works in the cyber unit, tracking child abductors, he isn't a field agent. He is surprised when after he discovers in the background of a routine satellite picture the image of missing Kate, his boss sends him to Haiti to bring her home. Thus Kate and Jack's lives collide and they find themselves on the run with neither knowing who they can trust, even each other.

What a wild ride this book was. Kate has made herself into a tough as nails, take no prisoners woman, she trusts no one and tends to hit first and ask questions later. I liked her personality; I liked the way she didn't just lay down and cry but came up punching every time she got knocked down. She has a certain amount of vulnerability to her but she hides it well.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By JMK on November 29, 2012
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The book was only ok, not good, and certainly nowhere near 5 stars. This story, if written properly, could have been told in half as many pages. Everything is drawn out to the point that you're flipping pages to skip over the "drama" (trust me, it's not that dramatic). Also, if written properly, it wouldn't have been a bad story.

The romance is a B- Good chemistry between characters...always a good thing.
The action is a D+ There's always **** hitting the fan. And it so drawn out that it loses the suspense it was written for.
The sub-characters C+ A.J. seemed like a good guy (HATED what happened to him). The good/bad guys played their parts well. But, for the record, Lou was pretty easy to figure out. No shocker there.
The ending F- It absolutely sucked.

To sum, this book is full of fluff. No surprises, no WOW!
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By CJofNY on September 23, 2011
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Boy did I love this one!! I've loved T.R. Ragan ever since I read Abducted and Taming Mad Max, and Finding Kate Huntley did not disappoint!! Kate Huntley's father is about to have a breakthrough in the world of medicine when he finds the cure for AIDS. But while vacationing to Haiti on a boat with his 15 year old daughter he is murdered and Kate is left alone in life to survive the rough streets of Haiti and find the man responsible for killing her father!!! 10 years later FBI agent Jack Coffey is sent to Haiti to retrieve Kate and help the FBI solve a 10 year case and find her father's killer, or so he thought!! In this story Ragan tells it through every main cgaracter's perspective, which I LOVE!!! You as a reader gets an insight into what each character is thinking and it draws you into the story as you form strong opinions while trying to figure out who all is involved in this conspiracy/suspence/romantic thriller that no one in their right mind should pass up, especially for the price!!!! The attraction between Jack and Kate is HOT and their romance scenes are tasteful yet steamy!!!
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