DANIELLE STEEL: ZOYA
Russian royalty, Parisian pauper, American entrepreneur - Zoya has lead an incredible life.
This poignant and gripping epic spans seven decades and crosses many oceans. Zoya's journey begins in Russia at the turn of the 20th century, when her royal upbringing is brought to a tragic end as her parents are killed in the Revolution. She escapes with her life and is forced to flee Paris with her Grandmother.
Penniless and alone, life is difficult for many years, until she meets a handsome American soldier. Against her Grandmother's wishes, she marries him and moves to New York. They are blessed with a wonderful marriage and two beautiful children - her future starts to look promising and bright. But then, her world is plunged into darkness once more as her new love falls victim to the 1929 stock market crash.
Facing misfortunes and poverty again, Zoya finds the courage to rebuild a life for her and her children. She discovers new talents and inner strength managing to overcome the challenges life throws her way. Now in her search for true happiness, she must make one final gesture to her past and return to Russia, the place that would always be her home.
- Bruce Boxleitner
- Melissa Gilbert
- Richard A. Colla