Thursday, September 12, 2013


This was another good story that took you inside Russia in the early 1900's.  You will find Mariana, who is the daughter of a princess and a count, but who was raised as a peasant girl, trying to find her way in life.   She trains as a nurse and finds herself on the front lines in Manchuria caring for wounded soldiers.  She will renew her "friendship" relationship with American reporter Daniel Trent and together they will discover just how much they mean to each other.  Meanwhile, back in St. Petersburg you will see the revolutionary forces still at work, which will eventually lead to bloodshed and heartache.

 All the people you have come to love and appreciate will be back in this story and some of those you had hoped would never surface again, coming back to get revenge and kill.  Through it all though you will find that those who put their hope and trust in the Lord are those who can find love, hope and freedom even amid tragedy.

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