Born in beautiful British Columbia, Kim developed a passion for writing at an early age. Her interest in people has led her all over the globe, including a two year stay in Japan and a humanitarian trip to Rwanda.
She loves to write romance stories with a twist, usually involving a dangerous and dramatic backdrop. Her first novel, Hands Full of Ashes, was inspired by her trip to Africa.
Kim spent many years teaching young adults with learning disabilities at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and she currently resides in the sunny Okanagan with her husband and two children.
Kim is a member of Romance Writers of America and Canadian Authors Association.
You can get in touch with Kim by visiting her website or follow her on Twitter.
When not writing, Kim is an avid lover of the outdoors and she can be found plying the local ski hills, or getting lost in her kayak in the surrounding lakes. Recently, Kim joined the Kelowna Dragon Boat Club and she is a proud member who will be competing in dragon boat races across British Columbia this summer!