N Kuhn was born Nicole Kuhn. She raised in a small town, in the middle of nowhere. Small town life is something she cherishes. Having spent her afternoons outside or with a book, she grew up with a love of reading and writing. Her mother and grandmother fully encouraged this in her. Many years later, after a husband and children, she made a promise to her dying grandmother to fulfill her dream of being an author. Her grandmother lived to see Nicole's name in print. This was a turning moment for her. Driven by ambition and a promise made, she has since published her first trilogy (The Mohawk Series). N Kuhn has also signed on with WheelMan Press for the much anticipated Tucked In (The Hollywood Files) series as well as Nevermore Press for Buffalo Rocker.
When not writing, Nicole spends her time cuddling up with her daughter or enjoying her husbands company. Encouraging reading in our youth is something Nicole feels strongly about. She reads to her daughter daily and loves to see others do the same. She exists purely on coffee and still enjoys to read as much as she enjoys writing.
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by N Kuhn
(5.00 from 1 review)
Janelle hasn't been back to Fort Edward in ten years. All of a sudden, she's dealing with her mothers death, her broken relationship with her sister, and a dark, sexy stranger following her. She doesn't know whether to be scared, or excited.
Damien needs to restore his families honor. He wants to use Janelle to do it. There's one problem, someone is standing in the way.
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Smashwords book reviews by N Kuhn
The Impostor, A Love Story
on May 07, 2013
WTF! That's my title for this review, because damn, there's no better way to describe it. This whole book is a rollercoaster of emotions. Up and down. The action is edge of your seat, sweating, yelling at the book.. NOOOO!!! The love between Dylan and Nicole takes time to build, but is so worth it. You can feel it! Then there's Brad! Oh wow. This just really is such a great book. The depth of underlying tone, dealing with abuse, showing there is life after it, really means something. The characters are so well developed. The beautiful picture painted with the words in this book, make me want to go to Alaska so bad. I can't wait to dive into the next one! This was so good!