There is one upside to almost getting raped. It proves that you’re at least desirable to someone. Maybe Andrew Ashton is just a little bit too rational for his own good. Not however where it concerns his best friend Sean Denham, scion of a political dynasty, and like him from a privileged background. There’s only one problem: Sean is straight. Of course he is.
Being born into money was up until now one of the smartest moves Andrew Nathaniel Ashton VII ever made. It keeps him free from worries about his future, earning a living and more of those trivialities, so he can dedicate himself to the really important things in life. Like getting laid.
In his society indentured servitude, commonly known as slavery, has been reintroduced for several, but mainly economical reasons. It doesn’t bother him all that much. Slaves are kept on large farming corporations, in factories, in the backside of stores and such. Out of sight.
Andrew knows slavery exists, and he doesn’t approve, but on the other hand, it is not as if he made the system what it is, is it? Yes, there was this one time when it touched him personally, but what could he do about it? It is not as if slavery is ever going to become a personal issue, is it?
Andrew thinks the future, all in all, looks bright and carefree. He thinks he is about to find true love. He thinks he is safe.
He is wrong.
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