The Yakuza Bride

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Two rival Japanese yakuza bosses’ Kaoru and Yuki, broker a deal that will join their two criminal empires together some twenty years ago. Neither will be able to have any more children. One due to a raging cancer that will kill him and the other because of a self-inflicted shooting accident. The insurance for the deal is the promise of the marriage of their children. An eight year old boy to a baby girl upon her twentieth year. The boy, Ziyi, becomes a self-indulgent arrogant and violent man whilst the girl, Kito, raised by her aunt Kayko and uncle, ex-gang member Tsai, grows to the complete opposite extreme. In an effort to escape the abhorrent marriage pledge Kito takes on a Chinese pseudonym and travels to Cambridge England as a student. Whilst there, she falls head over heels in love with English Police Officer, Ben Tindall. All seems fine with the happy love affair until the pregnant Kito is tracked down and abducted by the evil Ziyi. In Japan fearing the worse her aunt Kayko contacts her old college love, the famous Inspector of police Taganashi. She must keep her liaison secret from her husband the former yakuza member Tsai. Back in England, the devastated Ben alongside his colleague Sikh Police officer Omar Singh, race against time to track down the missing Kito. With his re-kindled feelings for his former college love Kayko repressed, Taganashi makes a bold trip to the Cambridge Police station under a fact finding guise. Linking up with Omar a plan is hatched to bring Ben back to Japan to find Kito. The only way to save her is to force the hand of the gang in a father, son war and smash the hold on the business empire they have created.

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