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A Bride's Story, Vol. 8

Kaoru Mori
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Emma, Vol. 5

Kaoru Mori
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Emma, Vol. 4

Kaoru Mori
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A Bride's Story, Vol. 7

Kaoru Mori
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Kaoru Mori

As Mr. Smith continues his journey to India, he is welcomed into the home of a wealthy tradesman and his wife, Anis. Custom dictates that, as a woman, Anis is not permitted to meet their visitor face-to-face, but even so, she counts herself blessed to live in such a beautiful estate and be married to a man who devotes himself solely to her. Still, one cannot help but long for the companionship of another person when one's closest friend is a reluctant Persian cat. In her loneliness, Anis visits the public bath house and discovers a place where she feels immediately free among her fellow sisters.

Yen Press

Emma, Vol. 2

Kaoru Mori
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Kaoru Mori

Not wishing to cause a scandal within the Joneses' household, Emma chooses to make a clean break from her old life and takes a train to the sea. As chance would have it, Emma finds herself sharing a car with another maid, who serves at a large manor in the country. A big house bustling with servants seems an ideal place at which to move forward after losing her mistress and leaving her love back in London. Learning the precise dance of domestic service in her new environment is a welcome challenge, but how long can hard work divert Emma's mind from the longing of her heart?

Yen Press

Emma, Vol.1

Kaoru Mori
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Kaoru Mori

Calling upon his inimitable former governess, young aristocrat William Jones is startled to find his knock answered by a clever, bespectacled maid--Emma. From that moment forward, the two are drawn to each other and slowly but surely grow ever closer. But as the love between Emma and William builds, so too do the obstacles that threaten to keep them apart. For in Victorian London, some things are simply not done, and marrying outside of one's social class just happens to be one such taboo...

Yen Press

A Bride's Story, Vol. 6

Kaoru Mori
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Kaoru Mori

In the year since his marriage, Karluk has grown a good deal, but Amir can't help but feel overprotective of her much younger husband. Karluk wants nothing more than to prove that he can be a strong and competent man - and he may soon have the opportunity to prove just that. Desperate for land to feed their flocks, Amir's former tribe prepares to attack the village with a fearsome arsenal of cannons and guns provided by their new allies. This time the Halgals are not interested in capturing Amir - no one is safe from their terrible assault!

Yen Press

A Bride's Story, Vol. 5

Kaoru Mori
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Kaoru Mori

Acclaimed creator Kaoru Mori's tale of life on the nineteenth-century Silk Road turns westward, following Englishman Mr. Smith on his long journey to Ankara. Passing through a fishing village along the Aral Sea, Smith and his guide encounter a pair of spirited young girls named Laila and Leily-identical twins who are fishing not for sturgeon, but for husbands! Despite their efforts to find two wealthy, healthy, and handsome brothers to wed, Laila and Leily's plans generally only land them in loads of trouble!

Yen Press

A Bride's Story, Vol. 4

Kaoru Mori
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Kaoru Mori
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A Bride's Story: Vol 3

Kaoru Mori
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Kaoru Mori

Mr Smith leaves the Eihon family to continue his research in a distant town. There, he meets a young widow named Tarasu who offers to let the Englishman stay with her small family. But Smith is not met with the same hospitality he enjoyed at the Eihons' home, and the suspiciouns of Tarasu's uncle soon land Smith in prison. Far from his friends and even farther from home, Smith's outlook seems grim...

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A Bride's Story: Vol 2

Kaoru Mori
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Kaoru Mori
Yen Press

A Bride's Story: Vol 1

Kaoru Mori
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Kaoru Mori

Amira is twenty years old when she marries her husband, a boy named Karluk from a neighbouring village. Adjusting to life in a new household can be trying for any young bride, and Amira's husband is eight years her junior. Amira was a strong, sophisticated hunter and horsewoman in her village, but though their villages were next to each other, their customs are very different. As Amira introduces Karluk to the foods and pastimes that were popular among her comrades back home, the warmth she feels for her young husband grows.

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