and USA Today bestselling author Teresa Reasor was born in southeastern
Kentucky, but grew up a Marine Corps brat. The love of reading instilled in her
in Kindergarten at Parris Island, South Carolina made books her friends during
the many transfers her father’s military career entailed. The transition
from reading to writing came easily to her and she penned her first book in
second grade. But it wasn’t until 2007 that her first published work was
twenty-one years as an Art Teacher and ten years as a part time College
Instructor, she’s now retired and living her dream as a full time Writer.
work includes both full-length novels and shorter pieces in many different
genres, Military Romantic Suspense, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy,
Historical Romance, Contemporary Romance, and Children’s Books.
Team Heartbreaker book Breaking Through, I had a young Marine who played an
important part in an intense rescue of one of my characters, and though he was
only in that one chapter, his character stuck with me.
book came out a friend of mine shared a photo of a young Marine, who had lost a
leg in Afghanistan and was working to become a model. I really wish I could
have used that image on my book. But it wasn’t available.
inspired my expanding the character of Callahan Crowes and giving him his own
book, Breaking Boundaries.
genre to read?
character from fiction (not including your own)? Female Characters would be:
Roberts’ aka JD Robb’s In Death series
Bosche in Michael Connelly’s series.
the moment, and will see from you in coming months?
will be Zach O’Connor, aka Doc’s book.
Callahan Crowes returns home from Afghanistan missing part of a leg and haunted
by guilt over the loss of his men. He pledges to live every moment of his life
to the fullest and works to build a career in the only field he knows besides
being a soldier: construction.
her fiancé’s infidelity and their broken engagement, Kathleen O’Connor accepts
a job far away from Boston and the suffocating pity of friends and family. She
puts romance firmly behind her, and, armed with her shiny new architectural
degree, launches her career with a commercial construction and design firm.
on the job, she sees Cal risk his life to rescue a fellow worker, and is
shocked when his act of heroism triggers an unwarranted attack on him from her
supervisor. When she learns Cal may lose his job because of his
leg, Kathleen urges him to use social media to fight the decision, putting
her own job at risk.
firestorm pushes Cal into the limelight in ways he least expects, but shows him
a missing limb’s not the barrier to love he’s believed it is. But there’s
something besides business politics brewing at work, and when Kathleen’s life
is threatened, she discovers there’s more to a man than two good legs—it’s the
size of his heart that counts.