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Friday, 19 April 2013

Blog Tour: Mohawk Moon by N. Kuhn!

Publication date: 2nd July 2012
Paperback edition: 141 pages
Source: Kindle
Rating: 4 stars
Synopsis: Janelle hasn't been home in ten years. All of a sudden, she has to deal with her mothers death, her broken relationship with her sister, and some sexy stranger following her. She doesn't know whether to be scared, or excited.

Damien needs to restore his families honor. He needs to use Janelle to do it, there's one problem. There's someone standing in the way. He's vowed that no one will stand in the way or getting what's his.

Together they must save what's left of both their families, and along the way, deal with what's going on between them. Join them on the beginning of their journey, under the Mohawk Moon.

I was pretty intrigued with this book after I read the synopsis so when I saw that there was a Blog Tour I signed up for it! This book was great! It had so much more in it than what I was expecting so it definitely exceeded my expectations! I also read it all in the one sitting as it was pretty short compared to a lot of other books that I have read but it has enough in it to hold your attention! The plot was full of action and it went at the perfect pace! I liked that the plot sort of changed and had unexpected twist and turns in it to keep you entertained and wanting to read on! I thought that the Mohawk legend was a pretty interesting one! I haven't read anything about it before so after I read this book I actually looked into it a bit more! I do have to say though that sometimes I felt that the plot wasn't as developed as it could have been but by the end it was fully resolved until the cliff-hanger! I think that if the book was longer then the author would have been able to fully develop the plot! The characters were great! The main character Janelle "Jany" was easy to connect with at times in the book  I felt so sorry for Jany when she reveals just how bad her childhood was! She went through a lot and I loved how much she loved and protected her sister! Damien is sort of torn between restoring his family honour or falling in love with Jany! I liked that he was protective of Jany and her sister as well! I also loved his relationship development with her! I really enjoyed that the book was written from Jany and Damien's point of view as I got to find out more of their stories individually and also see their feelings for each other develop! The ending was amazing! It was a massive cliff-hanger and I really wanted to read on! I would love another book to this series after the cliff-hanger ending! I also really enjoyed this book so I would love another one! I read this book when it had the old cover and I liked that cover but I love the new cover! After I saw it I started picturing Jany and Damien to look like the models on the front! Big thank you to N. Kuhn for a copy of Mohawk Moon and to Amber for having me on the Blog Tour!


Author bio:
The N in N. Kuhn is actually Nicole. She was born and raised in western New York. She grew up with a love of books, and a passion for writing. She was always found with her nose in a book. She finally decided to take the steps to embark into self publishing at the urging of her Grandmother. Mrs. Kuhn has dedicated her second book to Janet Starr, as she passed just days after being published.

Nicole survives on coffee alone. Mostly Tim Hortons. (It’s a NY thing.) A fan of drinking it from the time she gets up, until she finally rests. When not writing, she crochets and spends time with her beautiful daughter and her husband. Her friends call her Octo-Mom because she multi-tasks so well. Between her full time job, family, crochet and writing, it’s a wonder she ever sleeps.

Mrs. Kuhn feels that reading in our youth is a very important trait to instill. She reads with her young daughter as much as she can. “It’s the most important thing a parent can ever do with a child. Read, teach them to read. Don’t buy them toys, buy them books,” She says.
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Twitter @mrsnkuhn

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