The Countess

The Countess God help Russia it was whispered The old Czarina had died and Peter her dull witted nephew now sat on the throne Russia was divided into two camps those who supported the new Czar and those who had

  • Title: The Countess
  • Author: Valentina Luellen
  • ISBN: 9780373745340
  • Page: 251
  • Format: paperback
  • God help Russia, it was whispered The old Czarina had died, and Peter, her dull witted nephew now sat on the throne Russia was divided into two camps those who supported the new Czar and those who had allied themselves with the Czar s powerful wife Caught in the middle of the struggle for the rule of Russia was Alexandreya, an innocent young countess who d become a p God help Russia, it was whispered The old Czarina had died, and Peter, her dull witted nephew now sat on the throne Russia was divided into two camps those who supported the new Czar and those who had allied themselves with the Czar s powerful wife Caught in the middle of the struggle for the rule of Russia was Alexandreya, an innocent young countess who d become a pawn in the vicious game, and the handsome Cossack colonel who put loyalty to hie country before all.

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    About "Valentina Luellen"

    1. Valentina Luellen

      Pseudonym for Judith Hagar AKA Judith Polley and Helen Kent.

    429 thoughts on “The Countess”

    1. It was a pretty great historical romance set during the critical time when Catherine not yet the Great vied with her mad husband Peter for control over the Russian throne.The hero is a rough, tough, unapologetic Cossack who hates women, particularly the corrupt aristocrats who don't mind a tumble in his bed but otherwise wouldn't be caught dead with this parvenu of peasant stock.The heroine is an innocent country bumpkin of small nobility who has scarce left her isolated countryside villa all he [...]


    2. This book hit close to home for me. My father is descended from Cossacks and it was interesting to read a story relating to them. The story was nail biting and interesting but I didn't think it was romantic. Russians are probably the least romantic people in the world so as romance escapism, it failed for me but the story was pretty good. Although his endearment word for her "dushka" , which I believe means something like "my soul" , was a pretty good touch. I doddled between 3 or 4 stars and wo [...]


    3. Countess Alexandreya Romanova is rushing from her provincial home in Bratz to St. Petersburg to help her sister Natasha. On the road, her carriage is nearly driven into a snowbank by a regiment of Cossacks, the personal guard of Grand Duchess Catherine. Soon after, at a roadside inn, she meets their enigmatic leader, Dmitri Varanov, who gives her his own room in the overbooked hostel. Although initially open-minded towards the peasant-born soldier, Varanov’s hostility towards aristocratic wome [...]




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