Heir Apparent – Allon - Book 3
After a resounding defeat at the hand of King Ellis' forces, Emperor Kamu of Morven sends an ambassador to Allon offering a royal marriage between one of his daughters, Princess Kaleana, and sixteen-year-old Prince Nigel.
Kaleana gives Nigel a jade statue, as a gesture of goodwill. However, the Guardian, Avatar, reacts with hostility toward the foreign statue, and urges Nigel to get rid of it. His warning has little effect on the smitten prince. Soon, strange things begin to happen; unknown creatures appear, mysterious stones are discovered, and with each unusual event, a threat to the royal family grows.
Avatar is convinced the statue is the source of all trouble. For Nigel, each incident intensifies nightmares that haunt him in regard to his future. Is there a connection or is this an act of revenge disguised as a dowry?
About Shawn Lamb (Nashville, Tennessee Author)
Shawn Lamb is a prolific writer whose career began in the 1980s. She and her husband have called Nashville home for nearly 30 years. Before moving to Nashville, Shawn worked as a Hollywood scriptwriter for children’s television on a show called "BraveStarr". She has received awards for her fiction, and a Certificate of Merit from the American Screen Writer’s Association.
This story was originally intended to be a single YA fantasy story for her teen-aged daughter, but turned into the epic series. The YA series consists of 12 books with a spin-off trilogy for ages 8-10.
Highlighting her "Allon" fantasy books, Shawn attends book fairs and conventions across the country. She teaches workshops for young people about writing.
Together, with her husband, Rob Lamb, and daughter, Briana Lamb, Shawn, an alumnus of MTSU, can be found at comic-cons in Tennessee and Georgia.
Rob worked on "He-Man", "She-Ra", and "BraveStarr" while Briana is known in the community as "The Lady Nerd".
Joined, they are "The Family Lamb, Generational Geeks".