A Pirate's Legacy
CJ and his wife, Krystal, stumble into a mystery that is over 350 years old when they find a golden brooch while SCUBA diving in the Caribbean. Little do they know the journey it will take them on as they search to uncover the history behind this ancient heirloom. Shaun is the last king of the Killoran Clan and is faced with upholding a tradition of courage, honor, And The fight for freedom. it is 1600s Ireland, when fiercely proud clansmen engage in one of the most famous battles in the chronicles of Ireland. As Shaun fights to save his home And The ones he loves, he proudly wears the brooch that has been passed down for generations, a reminder of his family and their hope for a better future. But when Shaun falls in love with Brigit, a beautiful girl from a neighboring village, they flee their war-torn homeland and bravely sail across the ocean to start a life together in the New World. These intricately entwined stories will leave readers breathless right To The astonishing end as they discover how past and present connect and what mystery lies behind A Pirate's Legacy.
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