Since the genetic crash eliminated most of the male population, Genetic Security had become the way of the world. Random genetic scans, registering males, laboratory fertilization—it was the only way to secure the gene pool from destruction.
As a college freshman Bridgett wants to fit in, find love, and enjoy life. Meeting Penelope has put her on track for at least one, if not all of those things.
Bridgett’s life is her own. Her genes, like everyone else’s, are state property.
It was only a matter of time until someone came to collect.