Roman Honeymoon, Circa 3000 AD
Publication date: April 2006
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Roman Honeymoon, Circa 3000 AD, is the sequel to the short story CAESAR'S JAGUAR. In CAESAR'S JAGUAR we find a brilliant young scientist by the name of John Moore, who invents a time machine and brings back to ancient Rome, 79 AD, a fire engine red Jaguar sports car with intentions of racing this beautiful automobile in the famous Circus Maximus chariot races. When John Moore arrives in Rome, he learns that Princes Ruth, Caesar's beautiful daughter, is the prize for winning the race. He helps the good guy Glacus win the race, using the Jaguar sports car, against the bad guy Darius who poisoned Glacus's beautiful Arabian chariot horses. Glacus wins the hand of his beloved Princes Ruth, daughter of Titus, Emperor of Rome. John Moore is persuaded into taking the newly married, 23 year old, 79 AD, Roman couple back to modern day San Francisco, 1963, in the time machine, for the mother of all honeymoons with intent of sending them back to 79 AD Rome in two weeks. The time machine malfunctions and sends the young, 23 year old Roman newly weds, Glacus and Ruth, into the year 3000 AD. Roman Honeymoon is then about what happens to Glacus and Ruth in the year 3000 AD, three thousand years in to their future.