This is the second book of a trilogy about the life and loves of Telamon the Greek in 4th Century B.C. Greece. In this book he marries a Persian princess on the Greek island of Aegina near Athens. If Athens is to achieve her ‘Golden Age,’ she must first destroy Aegina, who is her arch enemy and the Greek world’s naval super power. In a multi-year Titanic struggle Aegina repeatedly maules Athens navy, bloodies her armies, and endangers Athens future. Betrayed, Aegina is defeated and the history of her defeat abridged by Athens. Today Aegina’s earlier greatness is still shrouded in Greek history.