"Legacy is nothing but history,
if it doesn't have a future."
When her father threw her out, sacrificing his only living daughter for the good of his shipping conglomerate, Lena Lomasky swore she could make it on her own. But now she’s broke and desperate, and pride won’t fuel her spaceship. Her latest job is simple: carry a datastick of state secrets home to her father. The same man who cut her off without a cent. Whatever. She can do this. Pass the whiskey.
An ill-timed royal assassination ignites a war and Lena’s crew is blamed. When she thinks to use her cache of state secrets to save them, Lena discovers she’s actually smuggling the only known plans for her father’s invention: a gravity bomb that can vaporize entire cities.
Lena must decide: continue on and hope her father can design a defense to save millions of lives, or leverage the plans to save the only people who really matter.
Gravity's Heir perfectly combines character, politics, and science to tell a riveting tale of adventure, regret, and redemption. Even in space, Lena can't escape herself. You won't be able to put it down. --Sarah J. Sover, author of Double Crossing the Bridge
From the beginning, it's hard to put this book down. With high octane action and gripping family dynamics, Gravity's Heir is a visceral ride exploring politics and people with intricate world-building and lush descriptions. --A.J. Super, author of Erebus Dawning