Finding Kate Huntley

Finding Kate Huntley During a vacation in the Caribbean fifteen year old Kate Huntley s father a prominent U S scientist is murdered before her eyes For the next ten years Kate grows up alone in Haiti one of the most

  • Title: Finding Kate Huntley
  • Author: Theresa Ragan
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  • During a vacation in the Caribbean, fifteen year old Kate Huntley s father, a prominent U.S scientist, is murdered before her eyes For the next ten years Kate grows up alone in Haiti, one of the most dangerous and poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere Not a day goes by that she doesn t think of her father Kate pushes herself to become stronger, mentally and physiDuring a vacation in the Caribbean, fifteen year old Kate Huntley s father, a prominent U.S scientist, is murdered before her eyes For the next ten years Kate grows up alone in Haiti, one of the most dangerous and poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere Not a day goes by that she doesn t think of her father Kate pushes herself to become stronger, mentally and physically Every day is a struggle for survival And yet she lives for only one reason.nge.While looking for a drug lord via satellite in Port au Prince, Haiti s capital, Jack Coffey, rookie FBI agent, spots Kate Huntley Jack is sent by the agency to find Ms Huntley and bring her back to the States They have many unanswered questions about her father s death A professional and responsible man, Jack is confused by Kate s lack of cooperation He wants to help her return to the States where he believes she ll be safe, but she treats him like the enemy and refuses to go Everything about her is a contradiction She looks fragile and innocent, but every time he turns around she s putting another thug in his place In the beginning Jack wonders if Kate s distrust of his superiors is warranted or just simple paranoia In the end, Jack realizes nothing is as it seems.

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    1. Theresa Ragan

      T.R Ragan Theresa Ragan is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestselling mystery and thriller author Readers interested in signing up for a monthly newsletter or getting their name in a TR RAGAN book should check out her website at trraganFacebook Twitter Instagram trraganauthorLIZZY GARDNER SERIESAbductedDead WeightA Dark MindObsessedAlmost DeadEvil Never DiesFAITH MCMANN TRILOGYFuriousOutrageWrathJESSIE COLE SERIESHer Last Day Coming soon

    610 thoughts on “Finding Kate Huntley”

    1. 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 br [...]


    2. Written for the Indie Book Collectives book blog tourWe begin this tale on a boat in the middle of the sea, at the dead of night. A young girl witnesses her Father’s death at the hands of a man with a serpent tattoo on his neck. It seems that the man on the verge of finding the cure for AIDs has amassed some resourceful enemies. Just before he dies, her Father tells her that she can’t trust anyone and to run. 10 years later, Kate Huntley is living on the Island of Haiti. Taking her Fathers a [...]


    3. It's an okay book. Writing is good. The story was a bit out there though - quite a lot of active, concentrated suspension of disbelief was necessary. I sort of lost interest quite soon, I'm afraid - it just sounded like a recycled story that could be a basis for any number of forgettable action movies. I read it all for the sake of thoroughness. It's readable, but didn't do much beyond that for me. As always, tastes differ.


    4. The author worked so hard to make the story exciting that it became very dragged out. The heroine was unlikeably tough, the hero was inept, there were too many shallow villains, and the mix of crude language and actions followed by cute kids did not make sense. I had to skip to the end.


    5. This had such an interesting story line. I'd give it 3.5 stars but won't let me.I loved the Kate/Jack duo, they had such weird dynamic, complete opposites, it was wonderful. Kate is really kickass, and it was funny watching Jack try and take care of her when she took care of him instead. But Jack held his own just fine with his calm demeanor and smarts.I loved the mystery. There's a lot of thrill and they're constantly on the run. People die! And I have to say I did not figure it out myself, so [...]


    6. I don't even know what to say about this book. It's pretty ridiculous. It's basically one long action sequence. Kate and Jack are constantly in danger and having to kick some butts or run for their lives. I was rolling my eyes through most of it. It was so action-packed that I was more amused than annoyed. Jack heads to find Kate, who has been missing since her father's murder 10 years ago. After being nearly killed (several thousand times) Kate and Jack head back to the States where it turns ou [...]



    7. This book not only kept my interest, but I had a hard time puting it down. There was not a time where I was bored, wanting to skip pages or read the ending first. I LOVE this book.


    8. When on vacation with her father in the Caribean, 15-year old Kate witnesses her father murder. His last words to her were "trust no one". 10 years later, an FBI agent, Jack Coffey, is sent to Haiti to bring her back to the US. Alas, Jack was set up as the culprit in the murder of Dr. Forstin. Dr Forstin was Kate's father's friend and was close to find the cure for AIDS before his untimely death. Trying to cover the set up, the people responsible go about trying to kill Jack, and Kate by associa [...]


    9. 2.75 StarsThis probably going to be one of the weirdest reviews ever!Here's why, I picked up a NetGalley ARC of Furious by this author writing a thriller as T.R. Ragan. I couldn't get half way through it. Not because it was poorly written or anything, but because it made me feel so much. That's right, it was graphic and the subject matter just got to me. Ms Ragan made me feel each and every emotion of the characters. It was too much for me, but I do highly recommend it for readers with sterner c [...]


    10. At 15 years old Kate was sailing with her father on the outskirts of Haiti when a horrific tragedy happened. For 10 years Kate was left to survive on her own. She learned how to trust no one and to defend herself from the scum she came across every day. Kate's life was constantly on the run and she never had anyone she could rely on till one day all that changed with FBI Special Agent Jack Coffey came into the pictures. Jack was sent to find Kate and bring her back in regards to finding out who [...]


    11. When Kate Huntley was fifteen, she saw her father murdered during a Caribbean vacation off the coast of Haiti. He barely managed to save Kate after he fought off his attacker. Who would harm her father? He was a harmless scientist working to find a cure for AIDS. She lives to avenge him, and remains in Haiti's tough backstreets--where life is hard and lives come cheap. She manages to remain under the murderer(s) radar. Ten years later, while gaining mental and physical strength with her continue [...]


    12. Finding Kate HuntleyConspiracy theories upon conspiracy theories abound in this book, from the Head of the FBI to business and drug companies and charities and their nefarious motives. Just who are the good guys? And who are the bad? And how can you tell the difference?We have the usual feisty self-reliant heroine but here very feisty and extremely self-reliant. Living on her own in a very dangerous culture for several years, living on her wits and without schooling or training and orphaned too [...]


    13. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE REVIEWS AT READING, EATING AND DREAMING I WAS BLAIR WALDORFFinding Kate Huntley is a suspenseful novel filled with action and romance. This adult thriller will hook you from the first page and won’t let you go until long after you have finished this story.At age 15, Kate’s father was murdered before her eyes. He was a scientist on the brink of finding the cure for AIDS. One of the last things he said to Kate was, “Trust no one.”Flash forward ten years. Kate has sp [...]


    14. This book was awesome. It starts out with Kate and her father on the Carribea during a bad storm. A man with a serpent tattoo on his chest shows up onboard and stabs her father. The last thing her father, a scientist close to discovering a cure for aids, tells Kate to trust no one. It jumps 15 years later where Kate is living in Haiti, hiding from the rest of the world. Until Jack, a rookie FBI agent, shows up to take her back to the states. But it isn't until they first come face to face that i [...]


    15. 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 [...]


    16. Wow, fastest read in a while. What I find is more surprising though, is that this is the first ebook that I have completed. Just a comment that I had to put in, which is actually somewhat significant, since I'm a traditional book-in-hand girl. Anyways, in my case, I was on vacation when I started and finished this book, so the ebook format actually worked to my advantage this once. The fact that I include this tidbit is to demonstrate how captivated I was by this book - every free minute that I [...]


    17. ** For the full review please check out read2review **I had been looking forward to this book for a while so when I finally got to read it karma was not friendly to me! I had to read this book through lines that had appeared on my e-reader screen and sometimes I had to double check words. HOWEVER I am so glad that I read this book and have been introduced to Theresa’s work!The story starts off as Kate’s father was killed on a holiday. She then went into hiding and was found years later by an [...]


    18. Theresa Ragan is quickly becoming my female Michael Crichton favorite author. From the moment I discovered Abducted, I read the majority of her books. The one thing they all have in common is that they don’t disappoint.I thought Finding Kate Huntley would be another great read. It was, even to the end. The characters didn’t end where I thought they would when reading the first few chapters and it made the book that more enjoyable. The characters had plausible story arc that didn’t betray w [...]


    19. 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 [...]


    20. Excellent book I was so captivated by this book couldn't stop reading. 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. Jack Coffey made me laugh more than once, so out of his ele [...]


    21. I'm a paranormal nut but once in a while I enjoy a good thriller, and this novel didn't disappoint. From the moment I met FBI Agent Jack Coffey I was in love! He was smug, even a tad arrogant but in that boyish way which makes girls melt!Kate was sassy and hard, almost to the core making their relationship bumpy from the beginning.The suspense was great. I had my own ideas about what was going to happen and although I correctly predicted one event most of the time I was just blown away. Twists a [...]


    22. The heroine was there when she witnessed her fathers murder, she was fifteen at the time. Ten years later and she has trained herself to be strong, stand tough and to trust her instincts to stay alive. She is a lean mean killing machine if she has to be but what she wants most? Revenge! Against whomever hired the killer that took her father away from her.The hero works as an FBI agent, he was sent to find the heroine and bring her back to the states but it won't be that simple. With a bunch of k [...]


    23. "From here on out Jack, your friends are your enemies and your enemies are just that."Jack has been assigned to track and return Kate, who's been hiding in Haiti since her father was murdered ten years before. Her father, a scientist, was on the verge of a major discovery when he was murdered. He begged her to go into hiding and not trust anyone. Kate refuses to be hauled to the US without a fight. She trusts no one. Jack finds himself drawn to Kate and determined to help her only to find that h [...]


    24. This is a wonderful, fast paced action adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat. In the tradition of James Bond, Kate Huntley kicks well you know. She’s one heck of a fighter and still had time to be a very feminine woman. If James were a she, Kate would be it. I liked this book a lot. It kept moving and during the whole book I didn’t once doubt the end would be explosive. The only given was that the boy/girl combo would probably work out eventually. Some things have to be expec [...]


    25. I bought this book back in 2014, and I kept pushing it back on my to-read list. Mostly because of the title and the book cover. I figured it would be a bit sappy, a little romantic and that's about it. Wrong! This is one of the best book I read in 2014. It kept me on my toes and I really enjoyed following Kate. I thought she was well written. The plot was interesting too, and had a few twists as well. Yes, there is a little romance in it, but it was a good balance to the plot's action, and that' [...]


    26. À la poursuite de Kate Huntley est une romance bourrée d'actions : les scènes défilent les unes après les autres, ne laissant aucun temps mort au lecteur et aux protagonistes que la situation amène à se rapprocher pour fuir leurs poursuivants et faire toute la lumière sur la personne qui est à l'origine de tout cela. []Malgré une romance plutôt légère, la plume de Theresa Regan nous entraîne dans l'action sans que nous ne voyions les pages défiler. Une romance à suspense combiné [...]


    27. This book kept me reading and reading. It was very suspenseful and I did not guess the ending until it was told to the reader later in the book. I definitely will try out other books written by Theresa Ragan. This book is probably something I would never have purchased. It caught my eye being offered as "free" for the Kindle as a promotional. The characters were very likable and I'm pleased with the ending for them. A suspenseful novel but with also some romance to it! I highly recommend.


    28. A very entertaining read with plenty of twists and turns to hold your interest. When Kate is left alone after her father's murder, she manages to survive. Her father told her not to trust anyone so when Jack shows up claiming to be with the FBI she runs. He wants to take her back to the states to her father's former colleague. Then the colleague is killed and Jack is framed for the murder. The two of them end up running for their lives. Lots of action and suspense.


    29. One of the best books I have read this year. I love the main characters - Kate and Jack. They are both fun with so much depth and the author did a good job of unraveling them one layer at a time. This fast-paced non-stop storyline kept me on my toes, and I could not put the book down. I was confused by the movement of Jack's gun in the first chapter but that does not take away from this well developed interesting storyline. Very highly recommended.


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