The Gypsy Witch
Set during the life time of Rasputin (the mad monk of Russia), and spanning across Siberia and Europe, The Gypsy Witch is a sweeping tale of the Romany (gypsies), their magical ways and romantic customs.
Rasputin, known for alcohol abuse, tantric sex, and womanizing is on his way to controlling the court of Russia by convincing the Czarina that he is the only one who can heal her hemophiliac son. But when he meets a young gypsy girl he learns that he is not the only one with magical powers. And women's feelings should never be taken lightly.
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