Anastasia's Secret by Susanne Dunlap (published by Bloomsbury, March 2010)
The youngest grand duchess in the Russian imperial family comes of age during the revolution. Her family is imprisoned, conditions become worse and worse.
But Anastasia has a secret that she keeps from her family, a love that endures through the horrors of war and the privation of imprisonment and deprivation.
Will her love save her from the fate her family seems destined for? Or is she a creation of a rarefied atmosphere, unable to survive without her loved ones?
I love historical fiction, and I love all the novels I've read about Anastasia, so I can't wait to read this book!