Pub Date 19 Sep 2017
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You may believe in slavery; you just don’t realize it. Take Presley Ann for instance.
Prisons are closed; inmates are free—well, kind of. They now serve their term through hard labor. Well, what did The Liberals expect to happen when they asked for a reformed prison system?
Presley Ann finds herself in an odd situation where she welcomes three former inmates into her home as part of America’s Prison Work Program. For her, the set-up is strange but, having a cook, a maid, and a driver—for free—isn’t so bad. It takes fiery protests and the murder of a governor for her to discover that not everyone agrees with the Prison Work Program—or the men who created it.
Presley Ann soon notices that some of the other prisoners in the Prison Work Program aren't treated too kindly by their bosses.
She begins to question the humanity of the program, but finds herself in a peculiar situation, when she falls for one of the men who created it.