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The Water Dragon’s Bride, Vol. 4

Asahi was a little girl happily living with her parents in modern times until she's pulled through a pond and wakes up in feudal Japan. It's now been some years and Asahi has grown into a lovely young woman under the protection of the local water dragon god, the young man she befriended whose village she lives in, Subaru and Tsukihiko, the priest teaching her the duties of a priestess.

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Book Reviews, Japanese Manga, Saturday Morning Cartoons

The Water Dragon’s Bride, Vol.1-3

Asahi is a little girl happily living with her parents in modern times. One day she approaches a pond and is pulled in, waking up in feudal Japan. A boy her age comes to her aid, offering to take this frightened girl to his village. She's not treated well and is rescued on the whim of the water god.

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Top 10 Tuesday: Future Female Leaders

Today the world is very much run by men... I can see a future where there are female leaders through every level of society! They lead where they are and do so with panache, poise and power...

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Top 10 Tuesday: Book Recommends for Asian Diversity Lovers

I am always going on about how I love Asian diversity... and publishers have listened! I have a ton of Asian books TBR but for every trend there are forerunners... These are my top 10...