Kim Lehman was born and raised in the small town of Gahanna, Ohio (outside the not-so-small city of Columbus) in a neighborhood where sprinklers and slip-and-slides were the summer norm, lightning bugs could fill a jar at dusk, and on Halloween night hundreds of dressed up kids swarmed the streets, cramming oodles of candy into pillowcases with reckless abandon.
At the age of sixteen her life moved northeast. Her entire family--mom, dad, twin brother, and younger sister--packed up and moved eight hundred miles away to the even smaller town of Hampton, New Hampshire, a quaint seacoast town fifty miles north of Boston.
She graduated from Winnacunnet High School, went on to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from The University of New Hampshire, and has a Masters in Business Administration.
After college she spent fifteen years working for a Fortune 500 company until 2012 when she finally decided to leave her job, step over the proverbial cliff, and pursue her dream of becoming an author.
Currently she lives in a small, rural town outside of Philadelphia with her husband and their thirteen-year-old cocker spaniel where she can be found fiercely writing and developing characters that she hopes will move, touch, and inspire her readers.