Thursday, June 14, 2012

The Last Romanov by Dora Levy Mossanen Giveaway

She was an orphan, ushered into the royal palace on the prayers of her majestry. Yet, decades later, her time spent in the embrace of the Romanovs haunts her still. Is she responsible for those murderous events that changed everything? If only she can find the heir, maybe she can put together the broken pieces of her own past-maybe she can hold on to the love she found. Bursting to life with the rich and glorious marvels of Imperial Russia, The Last Romanov is a magical tale of second chances and royal blood.

June 18th marks what would be the 111th birthday of Her Imperial Highness Anastasia Romanov.   One of the greatest mysteries has been the fate of Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanov of Russia, the last of four daughters born to the Tsar Nikolas and his wife Alexandra. After the tragic execution of the Russian Royal family in1918, officials were never able to recover the remains of Anastasia. Tales of her supposed escape from Russia have gripped thousands for decades, fueling speculation that a daughter of Russia’s last sovereign ruler survived the revolution that destroyed her immediate family.

One lucky reader will win a copy of The Last Romanov

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Contest ends June 30, 2012.  Winner has 48 hours to respond to email or a new winner will be selected.  Prize shipped direct from publisher.
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  1. Ohmygoodness, I've wanted to read this so badly! Russian historical fiction has always had a different feel to it than most historical fiction.

    Thank you SO much for the amazing giveaway :)

  2. Thank you for the chance to win! I've always found the Romanov's tragic history fascinating :)


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