Trevor Harrington is so brilliant, he has been identified as a new human species. Fortunately, he still has the twenty-three chromosomes necessary to breed with humans. In order to propagate this species, the Goodman Institute recruits a young girl, Ruby Crawford, to be his breeding partner. Just as Ruby falls for Trevor and they begin married life together, the media discovers the couple and threatens to endanger their existence by overexposure.
Trevor Harrington, a 16-year-old wunderkind, works in isolation at the Goodman Institute, a center for neurological research, just outside Talkeetna, Alaska. Trevor, a human mutation, is so incredibly brilliant that he's been identified as a new human species. While maintaining a rigorous work schedule, trying to solve many of the world's problems, he finds time to select the perfect candidate to be his wife and breeding partner. Ruby Crawford, a beautiful and brilliant high school senior, is brought to the institute under the pretense of visiting a dying boy through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Monica Crawford, her mother, sees this as an opportunity for Ruby to broaden her portfolio. Ethan Fiedler, the project administrator, requests that Trevor and Ruby meet alone. Into these highly charged surroundings comes Trevor. Sooner than he expects, due to Ruby's probing, Trevor is forced to tell her the truth about her visit. She has been selected to be his breeding partner. After two weeks, Trevor finally wins her over. But just as they begin their happily married life, the media learns of their existence and serious complications ensue.
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