Breeders

Breeders

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ChaCha By FallenWhiskey Updated Aug 13

In a future where women are used for nothing, but the needs and wants of men and breeding material, seventeen year old Rileah has been chosen, along with five other girls, to officially be a Breeder by Master Vee. Master Vee is a vile, cruel man who whole heartedly believes in the ways the world has come to. He has no wishes for any of that to change, but his son views it entirely different. When Master Vee brings his six Breeders to his son, Ryder's, home for him to pick as many of them as he likes as a present, he doesn't expect his son to choose only one of the Breeders. Although Master Vee doesn't agree, he accepts his son's choice and leaves, taking the other girls with him. 

      Ryder is a commander of Liberate, a secret organization that is working on freeing the women from the invisible chains that have bounded them to The Keepers. Liberate will do anything to unleash the women from the enslaved lives they are forced to live, even if that means an uprising where the men who have secretly joined Liberate, fight alongside The Breeders.

      Ryder doesn't know why, but Rileah most definitely catches his eye. When he has her look up at him, he didn't expect her to take his breath away. He knows right from the start that though she's fragile, broken, and full of fear, expecting him to lash out at her, she's the one they need to start the uprising. She will be the one who ends it all. Through the task of bringing Rileah to realize that she's not something that a man can possess and she's capable of anything she sets her mind to, Ryder starts to look at her as more than the one to bring down The Keepers.

      The Keepers notice how well Ryder treats her and suspicions arise. Will The Keepers find out about Liberate or will Rileah and Ryder be able to take them down and give women back their rights to live their lives how they want?

      Warning! This book does have mature content and things readers may not take kindly to or offensively.

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