Tatiana and Alexander by Paullina Simons

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“This has everything a romance glutton could wish for: a bold, talented, and dashing hero, a heart-stopping love affair!”

—Daily Mail (London)


Paullina Simons’s internationally bestselling blockbuster The Bronze Horseman told the heart-soaring tale of a young Russian woman’s transcendent love affair with a Red Army soldier during the siege of Leningrad in the dark days of World War Two. The epic story continues in Tatiana and Alexander—a novel of the enduring power of love and commitment against the devastating forces of war and the equally dangerous forces of keeping the peace. A sweeping, intensely compelling romantic historical saga, Tatiana and Alexander is a Russian Thorn Birds and a truly unforgettable reading experience.


About Paullina Simons

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Paullina Simons is the author of nine internationally acclaimed novels, including Tully and The Bronze Horseman. Her books have been translated into twenty languages. Born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia, she graduated from the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas, and has lived in Rome, London, and Dallas. She now lives near New York City with her husband, four children, and one dog named Bunny.
Published June 17, 2010 by HarperCollins e-books. 578 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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All About Romance

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Was Alexander sleeping with Tatiana's sister Dasha while he was courting Tatiana?

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When the book begins Jane Barrington, née Tatiana Metanova, is living on Ellis Island and caring for her small son Anthony Alexander.

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Historical Novel Society

Like The Bronze Horseman, Tatiana and Alexander is at its best when Tatiana and Alexander are separated from each other, whether by distance or by circumstance.

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