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Somehow, I messed up the margins. While fixing them this morning, I expanded a scene in chapter eight.
This update includes a bunch of corrections and some rewritten scenes in chapters eight and ten. If there’s enough interest, I’ll upload a MOBI version.
It’s called, The Loyalty Gene.
In a world where the ultra-wealthy buy genetically engineered playthings, three sentient slaves try to break free.
During the summer before eleventh grade, Jason Thomas falls for Stephanie, the girl next door. Stephanie, though, isn’t like any other girl.
Note: This story contains adult situations and may offend some readers.
While writing TFD, I wrote four other related stories. They served as backstory for me. I’ve sent a few out to interested readers and gotten good comments. I’ve also published the Tommy short story to my Stories Online page.
For the first time ever, three of the stories are available here. The forth Story, Jonathan and Rachel isn’t complete enough and a good bit of it made its way into TFD. I may finish it up someday, but probably not.
Kevin and Kristen tells how they met and how their relationship fared.
Kristen and Andrew fills in the story for how they became a couple.
Tommy tells a little of his Marine Corps story. I want to finish this one.
This is actually the fourth version of chapter eight. I spent a lot of time trying to tell the story from the wrong point of view. This version is much, much better.
I hope you enjoy it.
Events which occurred in previous chapters lead Jonathan and Rachel Schmidt to tell Rebecca and Kevin about Aunt Deborah’s past.
Problems for the Hansleins arise and decisions are made.