Tatiana and Alexander (also known as The Bridge to Holy Cross) is a romance novel written by Paullina Simons and the second book in the Bronze Horseman Trilogy. The novel continues the story of Tatiana Metanova and her husband Alexander Belov. Plot: Tatiana buys land in Arizona from the money that Alexander had hidden in the Bronze Horseman book. Gradually, she starts getting over her past, and is known to everyone as the "Angel of Ellis", because of all the immigrants she has helped get jobs. The Bridge to Holy Cross: TBTHC contains an epilogue and some extra chapters.

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  • Tatiana and Alexander (also known as The Bridge to Holy Cross) is a romance novel written by Paullina Simons and the second book in the Bronze Horseman Trilogy. The novel continues the story of Tatiana Metanova and her husband Alexander Belov. Plot: Tatiana finds work as a nurse at Ellis Island, where she and Anthony start living. She befriends Vikki,another nurse, and Edward Ludlow,a doctor, who Vikki believes has taken a liking for Tatiana. Although she has started to build a new life for herself and Anthony, the possibility that Alexander might still be alive haunts her. Her suspicions are further raised by Alexander's Hero of the Soviet Union medal which she finds in her bag. Tatiana buys land in Arizona from the money that Alexander had hidden in the Bronze Horseman book. Gradually, she starts getting over her past, and is known to everyone as the "Angel of Ellis", because of all the immigrants she has helped get jobs. Meanwhile, in the Soviet Union, Alexander narrowly escapes death at the hands of the Soviet Government. However, he is ordered to lead a battalion of convicted criminals and head westward into Germany. Alexander finds this to his advantage, as then he could escape to America. He, after losing many men, finally makes it to German soil, where he encounters Pasha Metanov. He had survived the attack on the train, and joined the German Army. When he comes to know about his family, and Alexander's plan, he agrees to surrender to the Germans. Thus, they are taken to Colditz. When they try to escape, Pasha succumbs an illness, while Alexander is imprisoned again. Once the war is over, POWs from all around Europe are sent back home, except for the Soviets. Alexander is sentenced to twenty five years in a work camp. Tatiana volunteers as a Red Cross nurse, and eventually finds Alexander. She helps him escape and they make it to the American Embassy in Berlin. Once back home, Alexander meets Anthony for the first time. Vikki is also happy to have finally met him. The Bridge to Holy Cross: TBTHC contains an epilogue and some extra chapters. (en)
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  • Tatiana and Alexander (also known as The Bridge to Holy Cross) is a romance novel written by Paullina Simons and the second book in the Bronze Horseman Trilogy. The novel continues the story of Tatiana Metanova and her husband Alexander Belov. Plot: Tatiana buys land in Arizona from the money that Alexander had hidden in the Bronze Horseman book. Gradually, she starts getting over her past, and is known to everyone as the "Angel of Ellis", because of all the immigrants she has helped get jobs. The Bridge to Holy Cross: TBTHC contains an epilogue and some extra chapters. (en)
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