Human After All

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Connie Bailey., & Connie Bailey|AUTHOR. (2012). Human After All. Dreamspinner Press.

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    [synopsis] => In the future, corporations buy the life contracts of infants and raise them for specific careers. Jaymes, aka The Prince, is Erotic Bioware, Thoroughbred Class, trained to seduce and give pleasure in the highest tiers of society. But his latest client involves him in a political assassination, and Jaymes must flee the comforts of the city for the barbaric outlands. With Drue the Fox, Bioware, Exotic Class, Jaymes struggles through the last wilderness on his world in his quest to return to civilization and his pampered life. The ruthless corporate mercenary on their trail should make them want to work together-but Jaymes and Drue are diametrically opposed in personality, class, and ideology and can't stop bickering about Bioware inequality. Eventually, Jaymes's dislike of Drue evolves into something else as Jaymes wakes up to the reality of his place in society and admits that Drue is right. It will take great courage, a band of ex-military outcasts, and a sympathetic politician to clear Jaymes's name and bring about lasting changes for all Bioware. Only then can he and Drue have a life together with all the rights a human deserves.
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