Fifteen-year-old Jennifer Perry dreams of traveling the world, a dream that will never happen now that she’s promised to a man twice her age. But what can she do?

Run away. To Japan, where her survival is uncertain. Learning the ways of her new world, and the code of the Samurai, she uncovers a plot to ambush the American sailors. Now she must risk her own life in order to save her Commodore father.

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“From the moment you enter Jennifer’s Rhode Island home and throughout her adventures to Japan, this story will capture your imagination and leave you wanting more. The rich details manage to take you to a faraway time and place and the strong storyline is full of characters that come to life on each page! I wasn’t sure what to expect when I started reading, but once I got going I didn’t want to stop! Always the sign of a good book to me! Brava Jamie Brazil for such thorough research on the time period and using it to create a wonderful story! I can’t wait to read more!” — Lyndack, Amazon Customer

From the moment I started reading this book, I found myself captivated, not only by the fresh, interesting storyline, but also by the attention to detail, the character development and the glimpses we are given of Japanesse culture. Ms. Brazil weaves a tale that takes us back to a time when America was struggling to establish trade with Japan. It was also a time when women were still considered property, daughters married off to a man of her father’s choosing and love did not play a factor in the selection. Determined not to be forced into an arranged marriage, Jennifer makes the decision to run a away and embarks on a journey that forced her to go from an impetuous child to a woman of courage in a very short time. I won’t go into to much detail about the plot because I don’t want to spoil the book for prospective readers. I will however say kudos to Jamie Brazil for a well written, fast paced book that will appeal to readers of all ages.Barbara Babbage, Amazon Customer

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