Tsuchino, My Japanese War Bride

Come to Occupied Japan with Michael Forrester, a young airman with limited social skills, a spotty education – and an attitude.

There he meets and falls in love with a Japanese girl as determined and willful as she is beautiful. When they try to get married, they are unprepared for the resistance and prejudices of their families and societies. In this true story, they draw closer under the pressure, even as an insensitive military bureaucracy twists every regulation in the book to pull them apart...

The Kanji on the book’s cover is the Japanese symbol for love

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