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Amira Hergal is a twenty year old woman who has travelled across the mountains near the Caspian sea in order to wed Karluk Ayhan, a young boy eight years her junior. Despite being far from her own village, Amira is a hard working girl who is eager to please and happily adapting to life in her new home. Now she lives a peaceful life with her new family, from going to meet Karluk’s nomadic uncle and baking bread to amazing the villagers with her archery skills. But when her old family decides to reclaim Amira and have her marry another man who will be more beneficial to the village, it seems her happy life with Karluk could be at an end...
Both Yu no Hana Tsubame and Otoyome-gatari feature an adult woman married to an underage boy. In both cases the boy already has a certain level of maturity, but he still has a little to go before he becomes a real man. So, if you liked one of those two series, the other one might be worth a try, just keep in mind that Otoyome-gatari is ten times better.