Book Spotlight: The Samurai’s Heart by Walt Mussell

Hello, reader friends! I first discovered today’s featured book through the Kindle Scout program when I had the pleasure of reading the first several pages of this intriguing story. The book is now available for preorder so be sure to reserve your copy!

 

About the Book

Japan, 1587. Sen must find a husband to marry into her family’s swordsmith business. She seeks a Christian husband, though Christianity is banned.

Enter Nobuhiro. Third son of a high-level samurai, Nobuhiro fled his harsh father and apprenticed himself to a swordsmith. He yearns to prove his worth.

They seem an ideal match. But for Sen, the choice is faith or family. For Nobuhiro, choosing a Christian ends any reconciliation with his family. Can love be forged from the impossible?

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About the Author

Walt MussellWalt Mussell lives in an Atlanta-area suburb with his wife and their two boys. He works for a well-known corporation and writes in his spare time.

Walt primarily writes historicals, with a particular focus on Japan, an interest he gained during the four years he lived there. He refers to his work as “Like Shogun, but the heroine survives.”

Outside of writing, his favorite activity is trying to keep up with his kids. As they are both teenagers, this is proving more difficult each day.

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Isn’t this a unique setting for Christian fiction?! I’m so excited!
Share your thoughts on this setting, story, culture, etc.

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