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Seabird of Sanematsu Japan, Aderyn Aquilla Wakes To The Clamor Of War An Hour Later, She Is The Only European On The Ship Alive And Is Face To Face With An Evil Samurai With A Sword At Her Throat How Will She Save Herself Sanematsu Yoshihide Has Seen Bloodshed In His Short Life Than He Ever Imagined And Cannot Bring Himself To Spill But What Will He Do With The Stranger Who Could Bring Civil War To His Domain On The Island Of Kyushu Together, Aderyn And Sanematsu Defy Convention And The Imperial Decree That All Gaijin Must Be Put To Death Can A Man Whose Traditions And Dedication To Duty Are As Much A Part Of Him As His Blood Challenge The Very Basis Of His Existence And Those Who Would Govern It And Survive


About the Author: Kei Swanson

It is my hope to share my love for Japan and its warrior class, the Samurai, with you.I have written many stories with a Japanese hero since I began creating fanfiction for the original STAR TREK series, starring the character Lt Sulu This was in high school and as I aged I discovered other avenues to pursue in the world of writing, all involving an Asian hero Getting them published was another thing.Struggling to find a publisher, I began a work inspired by Hideo Nomo, the first Japanese National to pitch in the major leagues in 30 years At the same time, I attended a ROMANTIC TIMES convention in San Antonio and spoke with Will Colom, who had just started his publishing house Genesis Press He spoke of his desire to publish ethnic romances with an eye to the African American, Hispanic, and Asian market Within 18 months I had the work completed and ready for submission.THE WORDS OF THE PITCHER sold and was on the shelf in 2000 It s still available, hint, hint The incredible ride of a published author was wonderful In 2004, I sold my second work, SEABIRD OF SANEMATSU to Zumaya Publications which was released in September 2005 SEABIRD is the first volume of a three volume series set in 15th century Feudal Japan, the second book in the saga, SEASON OF SANEMATSU was released in Spring, 2009.My goal in writing books with Japanese heroes is to show the erotic side of the samurai Some say I ve succeeded with Kentaro Ikuta and Sanematsu Yoshihide See for yourself I also write contemporary romance with the standard non ethnic hero Hopefully, they ll live up to the standards I have set for my Samurai.Let me know what you think about anything.Sayonara,Kei



10 thoughts on “Seabird of Sanematsu

  1. says:

    As one of my book review books, this one was a pleasant surprise Much in accord with my favorite book of all times by John Shors Beneath A Marble Sky , it is a historical fiction one of my favorite genres after reading John s book Here s my review A historical fiction based on the samurai warrior lifestyle of the Japanese it was an absolutely WONDERFUL book I really could not put i


  2. says:

    Genre rating 3.5 5.0Overall rating 2.5 5.0After a very slow start the book did end up picking up the pace and actually establishing a plot about halfway I to the plot I do need to say that the plot is not groundbreaking however It s a romance novel, so I kind of expected that.The book is very much build upon the idea that everything is set in Sengoku Japan and relies a lot on that setting


  3. says:

    Recommended read Rich, historical, with Asian hero and white heroine It s very sweet Heavy on medieval Japanese politics It s the beginning of a series, so I ll tell you right now it ends in a cliffhanger The heroine is appropriately im mature she s, you know, 15 or something , yet sometimes in appropriately mature , but I let it pass because of the time period and the assumption that you had to b


  4. says:

    For the most part I liked it, but I dont think I ll read the rest of the series A bit dramatic for my taste.


  5. says:

    Recommended read Rich, historical, with Asian hero and white heroine It s very sweet Heavy on medieval Japanese politics It s the beginning of a series, so I ll tell you right now it ends in a cliffhanger The heroine is appropriately im mature she s, you know, 15 or something , yet sometimes in appropriately mature , but I let it pass because of the time period and the assumption that you had to be a lotmature a


  6. says:

    My grandmother lent me this book, she reads all the time but has never lent me a book, she highly recommended it.


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