Constance is a good girl, the daughter of a priest in the High Church. All her life, she’s believed it’s God’s will for her to have a child, but when her application for a reproductive license is refused, and her best friend is arrested for circumventing her state-mandated contraceptives, Constance does the unthinkable: puts her untouched, fertile body up on the auction block to give God a little help.
By the middle of the 21st century, fertility is yet another commodity controlled by the wealthy few. Riella’s family has the wealth, political power, and genetics to easily secure a reproductive license for her, but there’s a condition: that she marry the son of her father’s business partner. In defiance, she runs away…and straight to the Auction House.
By the middle of the 21st century, reproduction is yet another commodity controlled by the rich. Amber desperately wants a child, but she knows the odds of being granted a reproductive license are slim. Her last hope is the Auction House. Amber must submit to a medical exam and then put her fertile young body on display to convince the crowd of virile billionaires to bid for ownership of her body and her womb.