Book Details

In this sequel to Last Waltz, we rejoin Mikhail Yakovlevich’s Malama’s compelling story. He has finally won the heart of Tatiana Nikolaevna, and the couple will travel to Petrograd, where Tatiana is to be installed as President of the Russian Red Cross. On their way, they accompany a truck taking supplies to a refugee camp, where they meet five-year-old Rakhil, who hasn’t smiled since the day the Germans razed her family farm and murdered most of her relatives. As Mikhail and Tatiana open their hearts to this traumatized orphan, their love continues to grow. But fate still has surprises in store for them, thanks to Mikhail’s continued entanglement with the Imperial family. As Josef Stalin and the Bolsheviks launch a slanderous propaganda campaign against the Romanovs, Mikhail and his brother Dmitri’s lives are rocked by a bombshell story about their deceased brother Peter. Meticulously researched, vivid, and fascinating, this continuing historical saga will keep you on the edge of your seat.


About the Author

Judith Welsh

Judith Welsh a retired Clinical Social Worker, a calling which has been both a bane and a delight to her. She lives on the seacoast of New Hampshire, in the woods, with her husband of twenty-five years and an abundance of wildlife. They have two very active dogs and one not so active cat.

Also by Judith Welsh

Last Waltz
I'll Get By


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