The Italian Pearl & The Irish Peasant

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This is a story taken from the lineage of the O'Malley family in "The Secrets of Nine Irish Sons".


Around 300 B.C., a handsome Roman general, nephew of the reigning Caesar, is sent off to battle pirates and bring home treasure for the glory of Rome. Along the way, he comes across an extremely unusual Irish ship crewed by both male and female pirates, a bad omen as far as his crew is concerned . . . and an unlikely source of any kind of treasure. Nonetheless, the general is instantly smitten by the ship’s beautiful captain and orders his reluctant crew to pursue the strange vessel. Despite disaster, his quest continues until the general is taken prisoner by an unfriendly King. When the King turns him over to an ugly peasant woman, our hero continues to pine for his lost love. Both prisoner and caretaker live in fantasy worlds where they yearn for what they cannot have until a shocking discovery changes everything for both of them.

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