by Tracie Hollis
Angela Mathers is brilliant and calculating. She’s also a Luman, part of a top-secret program that implanted neural chips into children to correct “disorders” and enhance intellect. In a world where technology and equality have been cast aside, she’s desperate not to lose sight of her life’s work to get a government bill passed into law which will free the Lumans.
Isabella Dodge works for Control, the agency tasked with tracking and imprisoning the remaining Lumans. But she has one secret… She’s a Solo, an undocumented Luman who fled the camps.
When Angela is accused of her best friend’s murder and exposed as a Luman, it starts a chain of events leading to hers and Isabella’s paths crossing. An innocent touch sparks something in both women, but is it love, or simply their neural programming? When Control finds out Isabella is a Solo and captures her, Angela finds her answer—she will risk everything to save Isabella, even her own freedom.