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Theresa Ragan

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I was pregnant with my fourth and last child when I read my very first romance novel, A Knight in Shining Armor by Jude Deveraux. I knew instantly that I wanted to write romance novels as a career. Being taken away to another world for a few hours was just what I needed. I took five years to write my first medieval time travel, Return of the Rose. I have written more than a dozen novels since then, but Derek Vanguard is by far my favorite hero. He is arrogant and cocky, but nice.

I read and write in many genres, including time travels, romantic comedies, romantic suspense and thrillers. I am currently working on the sequel to ABDUCTED. Books released under T.R. Ragan are grittier and darker than my Theresa Ragan novels.

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Four Contemporary Romances
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