The Flower Courts

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
The world is different.
After a virus killed 99.9% of women, the girls who remain are precious. There are not enough women for the vast amount of men and so the wealthy purchase and keep the girls as their possessions.
Olivia has known all her life that she will be bought, but that doesn't mean she likes the idea of it. Faced with the knowledge that she has no control over what happens to her and resenting the way women are treated, Olivia struggles to conform to what the world wants her to be.
Women don't have the luxury of finding love. Women don't have the luxury of free will. This is all Olivia has ever known.
Then she meets Kalin, a representative of one of the Flower Courts, and suddenly Olivia finds herself doubting everything she believes. He doesn't look at her the way the rest of the men do and doesn't treat her like something to own.
But something dangerous is building and the world isn't as safe as Olivia believes it to be. Men want women, but they can't afford them.
All that's left to do, is take them.

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Submitted: December 07, 2016

Welcome to the future, where money is power and women are precious commodities waiting to be bought.
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Submitted: December 09, 2016

After arriving at the Sainte-Chapelle, the girls are now preparing for the Presentation ceremony...

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Submitted: December 13, 2016

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Submitted: December 19, 2016

With my bodily Presentation a total failure, I did not relish the thought of the verbal Presentation. I knew it was the part I was worst ... Read Chapter