The Bronze Horseman Series by Paullina Simons

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  • Bellagrand (The Bronze Horseman #00)

    Bellagrand (The Bronze Horseman #00)

    Paullina Simons

    · 14 ratings · published 2014

    They gave up everything to be together, but love was just the beginning of their journey...Italian immigrant Gina, independent, compassionate and strong, desperately wants a family. Boston blue-blood Harry, idealistic and fiercely political, wants to create a better world, a better country. Bound together by tormented passion, they rail, rage, and break each other’s hearts, only to come face to face with a stark final choice that will forever determine their destiny... more

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  • Children of Liberty (The Bronze Horseman #0.5)

    Children of Liberty (The Bronze Horseman #0.5)

    Paullina Simons

    · 14 ratings · published 2013

    At the turn of the century and the dawning of the modern world, Gina from Belpasso comes to Boston’s Freedom Docks to find a new and better life, and meets Harry Barrington, who is searching for his. The fates of the Barringtons and Attavianos become entwined, on a collision course between the old and new, between what is expected and what is desired, what is chosen and what is bestowed, what is given and what is taken away... more

  • The Bronze Horseman (The Bronze Horseman #1)

    The Bronze Horseman (The Bronze Horseman #1)

    Paullina Simons

    · 62 ratings · published 2009

    The golden skies, the translucent twilight, the white nights, all hold the promise of youth, of love, of eternal renewal. The war has not yet touched this city of fallen grandeur, or the lives of two sisters, Tatiana and Dasha Metanova, who share a single room in a cramped apartment with their brother and parents. Their world is turned upside down when Hitler's armies attack Russia and begin their unstoppable blitz to Leningrad. Yet there is light in the darkness... more

  • Tatiana and Alexander (The Bronze Horseman #2)

    Tatiana and Alexander (The Bronze Horseman #2)

    Paullina Simons

    · 41 ratings · published 2010

    Tatiana is eighteen years old, pregnant, and widowed when she escapes war-torn Leningrad to find a new life in America. But the ghosts of her past do not rest easily. She becomes consumed by the belief that her husband, Red Army officer Alexander Belov, is still alive and needs her desperately. Meanwhile, oceans and continents away in the Soviet Union, Alexander barely escapes execution, and is forced to lead a battalion of soldiers considered expendable by the Soviet high command... more

  • Alexander (The Bronze Horseman #2.5)

    Alexander (The Bronze Horseman #2.5)

    Paullina Simons

    · 2 ratings · published 2010

    Tatiana tropeçou no degrau e quase caiu. De joelhos ao lado dele, fez o que pensava não poder voltar a fazer em toda a sua vida: tocou em Alexander. E beijaram-se. Beijaram-se como se fossem de novo jovens nos bosques do Luga. Beijaram-se até esquecerem a guerra e o comunismo, a América e a Rússia. Beijaram-se e afastaram tudo, deixando ficar apenas o que restava – fragmentos de Tania e Shura... more

  • The Summer Garden (The Bronze Horseman #3)

    The Summer Garden (The Bronze Horseman #3)

    Paullina Simons

    · 35 ratings · published 2011

    The Magnificent Conclusion to the Timeless Epic Saga Through years of war and devastation, Tatiana and Alexander suffered the worst the twentieth century had to offer. Miraculously reunited in America, they now have a beautiful son, Anthony, the gift of a love strong enough to survive the most terrible upheavals. Though they are still young, the ordeals they endured have changed them--and after living apart in a world laid waste, they must now find a way to live together in postwar America... more

  • Tatiana's Table: Tatiana And Alexander's Life Of Food And Love (The Bronze Horseman #3.5)

    Tatiana's Table: Tatiana And Alexander's Life Of Food And Love (The Bronze Horseman #3.5)

    Paullina Simons

    · 9 ratings · published 2007

    Many years have passed since that time Tatiana made lazy cabbage for Alexander. Yet it was still vivid in her mind: her grandmother’s slightly hoarse quiet voice, the taking of the tram across the river, the waning afternoon, the ache in her limping, broken leg: but above all, the desire to make something for someone, for no other reason than to please him.

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