Off the Western Coast of Ireland,
beyond the mist and the sea,
stands an island lost to legend,
home to the last Irish monarchy...
Aedan Cara is the last princess of Ireland, living carefree with her people on the long forgotten, Crodhearg Island.
Until one day, an English frigate breaks through the mist and lays anchor...
Aedan’s world is soon turned upside down as the English kill her father, take over her island and hunt her down, to banish the last of the Irish monarchy for good.
With the responsibility of saving her people suddenly thrust into her hands, Aedan embarks on a quest to the Celtic Otherworld in search of the mythical Sword of Light, said to help rescue the island in times of great danger.
But she soon learns, the real power lies not in a myth, but in herself and her people.
English Captain, Cassidy Faye, realises he’s falling in love with the last princess of Ireland, Aedan Cara.
Having come with his men to conquer her long-lost island, she opens his eyes and sees his potential for good, transforming his regimented, black and white perspective on life into colour.
'These Hands' performed by
The night the English soldiers arrive on Crodhearg island, a huge celebration is thrown in their honour.
English Captain, Cassidy Faye, despairs on the dance floor. Having just come from serving in the EIC, he can anticipate that the kind of monstrosities he and his men committed before, they will again here.
Aedan Cara, the last princess of Ireland is told by her father to stay out of sight when English soldiers arrive on their land.
A celebration is held in their honour, as the first guests to the island in over 600 years and Aedan is too curious to stay away.
She sneakily watches from the hall balcony and lays eyes on the English captain, Cassidy Faye, instantly falling head over heels for him...