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Heir Apparently - by  Av'e Edwards (Hardcover)
Heir Apparently - by  Av'e Edwards (Hardcover)
Heir Apparently - by  Av'e Edwards (Hardcover)
Heir Apparently - by  Av'e Edwards (Hardcover)
Heir Apparently - by  Av'e Edwards (Hardcover)
Heir Apparently - by  Av'e Edwards (Hardcover)
Number of Pages: 248
Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres
Sub-Genre: Romance
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Bookbaby
Age Range: Adult
Book theme: General
Author: Avé Edwards
Language: English

About the Book

The Queen is diagnosed with a brain tumor and, with less than a year to live, must choose between her manipulative daughter and her gay grandson for the throne in a Conservative country.

Book Synopsis

One royal diagnosis thrusts the line of succession into a whirlwind of political deception and familial betrayal. Just days after the Queen is diagnosed with advanced-stage cancer, Her Majesty is forced to contest the right to succession of her daughter and heir apparent, Princess Mary, following her illegal re-marriage. Next in line is the anxious, yet nationally beloved Prince Victor, who has a deep sense of duty, a secret love affair with the palace chef, and a real desire to ascend to the throne to effect real change for his country. Mary effectively declares war on her son as the Royal Family splits right down the middle: pro-Mary vs. pro-Victor.

About the Author

Born and raised in Philadelphia, Avé grew up in a Jamaican American family and began singing in church at age six. At 11, they joined the Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale, where the singer's uncommon vocal talent blossomed and where they learned eight-part vocal harmonies ... As a teenager, Avé toured the world with the choir, visiting four continents and finding a safe haven while their parents were undergoing a painful divorce. They launched a solo career in 2011 and released two albums--2012's The Real ME and 2015's SPelChek--as Matt Edwards. More recently, the singer rebranded and changed their stage name to Avé.

The new name signifies the singer's comfort in embracing their true identity. I'm just freer and more comfortable performing the music because I'm performing it as me, says Avé. And saying 'Be who you are, ' while I'm being who I am. I feel like I can say it with a different fervor because I know the pains and the struggles of what that means and what that could cost. It doesn't mean the road will be easy. But it's a road worth taking.

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