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From Russia with Love (Heartsong Presents, #417)
From Russia with Love - Heartsong Presents, #417
Author: Colleen Coble
Tatiana will do anything for her little girl...She'll even agree to marry a complete stranger. Russia is not a safe place for Tatiana's daughter Irina. Irina's father was killed by the government, and now Irina goes to bed sad and hungry. Tatiana is desperate. Believing that she has to do something, she decides that marriage to an American man w...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781586601645
ISBN-10: 1586601644
Publication Date: 2000
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  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
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jenasmiles avatar reviewed From Russia with Love (Heartsong Presents, #417) on + 110 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Loved this book. A man's twin brother orders a bride from Russia. When he realizes the problem he is furious. He refuses her and offers to help her find another man to be the husband for her. She only wants a better life for her and her daughter.
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skuzzycat avatar reviewed From Russia with Love (Heartsong Presents, #417) on
I enjoyed the premise of this novel, even though it is a bit far-fetched--two identical twin brothers, one happy-go-lucky, one serious and responsible. The happy-go-lucky brother arranges to get a Russian mail order bride, but pretends to be his serious twin during all the transactions. He does this because he thinks his serious brother is taking too long to get into a relationship, and thinks this is a good solution! LOL!

I liked the characters and the hero's family, who embraced this young woman and her child and tried to make the best out of the whole sorry mess. And of course, the hero is attracted to the heroine, but feels conflicted. Add more stress and trauma when the woman--so determined to do whatever it takes to keep her child in the USA and avoid the poverty she faces back in Russia--looks around for another husband before she must return back home. Her selflessness and love for her daughter were touching.

It's a short and sweet read, with some touching religious elements included. I didn't feel the religion was too "preachy" or forced, but obviously this book is geared towards fans of inspirational romance.
reviewed From Russia with Love (Heartsong Presents, #417) on + 1019 more book reviews
Tatiana will do anything for her little girl ....
even marry a complete stranger to save her from harsh Russian conditions after her husband is killed
too bad the mail order "wedding" was a joke and she traveled all the way to America with her daughter only to find out her only way of providing for her daughter was only a prank gone wrong.
reviewed From Russia with Love (Heartsong Presents, #417) on + 68 more book reviews
Good story line. I enjoyed it.

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