One December

One December

by Kyle Hunter


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ISBN-13: 9780990624677
Publisher: Monceau Publishing
Publication date: 02/09/2018
Pages: 326
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.68(d)

About the Author

I love to read and write stories about strong women who still have flaws, but are ready to pursue their dreams, even if it takes them out of their comfort zone . . . or their country.

I write inspirational romance novels and women's fiction with a twist: My characters sometimes go places. Welcome to Love on the Move novels. I hope you'll take a trip with them and experience their journeys. See how their lives unfold as they make decisions to trust God (or not) in their next steps, learning about themselves and their faith, and finding love along the way!
I live in North Carolina, but spent over a decade in France (where some of my characters go for various reasons.) I also write non-fiction under the name K. B. Oliver. I teach French and enjoy doing pottery and salsa dancing.

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One December 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
sarahsmithstorm2 11 months ago
Get ready to roam the streets of Paris as you head through an adventure of a lifetime and living through Nikki as she decides to taking a teaching position in Paris. She decides that this will help her get over heartbreak, but will it really? But while in Paris, she learns a lot more than getting over Mike and as for him, the reader sees growth, both spiritual and emotional. One December is a beautiful story that captures beautiful emotion and the love every woman desires of her heavenly father. This book will captivate you right away and you'll enjoy reading it!
LJShuck 12 months ago
One December Kyle Hunter Mike and Nikki, childhood friends. He 7 years older than her, but that never mattered to Nikki; Mike has always been her dream. It is Christmas time in Adam’s Bridge. Nikki is all grown, with a college education, teaching high school English and French at her old high school in Adam’s Bridge. She is content; well, as content as she can be for she has not been able to fully release her feelings for Mike. Feelings everyone thinks was just a childhood crush. As the hustle and bustle of preparing the family Christmas dinner ensues, Nikki can’t help but think about Mike. Mike, a graphic designer, moved to San Francisco years ago; he had to escape Adam’s Bridge and the painful memories there. As a child, both of his parent’s were killed in a car accident, leaving him an orphan but not without those who loved him. Taken in by Jim and Catherine, he grew up under their tender loving care; Mike had everything a growing boy could want, except for the parents he missed more then anything. Every three years, Mike returns to Adam’s Bridge for Christmas and this year is the year. Mike has determined that this will be the final year he makes this journey; there’s nothing there but painful memories. At least that was the plan until Ely called to tell him his parents’s accident might not have been an accident after all. Seeing Nikki again stirs feelings Mike had not experienced before. And then he kissed her. Determined to put Adam’s Bridge, and all the painful memories behind him, Mike apologizes for kissing Nikki telling her no relationship between them could ever be possible. Broken, Nikki signs a one year teaching contract hundreds of miles away from home. In Paris. France. There Nikki’s heart begins to mend as she learns more about herself and her place in the world. One December has everything a reader could want. Romance; intrigue; travel, and mystery. Skillfully written, the reader will find themselves smelling Christmas dinner; feeling broken hearts, and seeing Paris. I thoroughly enjoyed One December by Kyle Hunter. So much so that I’ve purchased her next book. I received a complimentary ebook copy of this book from the publisher via Just Read Tours and am under no obligation to post a positive review. All thoughts and opinions, therein, are solely my own.