His Robot Girlfriend

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Mike Smith's life was crap, living all alone, years after his wife had died and his children had grown up and moved away. Then he saw the commercial for the Daffodil. Far more than other robots, the Daffodil could become anything and everything he wanted it to be. Mike's life is about to change.
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About Wesley Allison

Wesley Allison is an author of science fiction and fantasy books including the popular His Robot Girlfriend. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a Master of Science degree from Nova Southeastern University in Florida. He has taught English and American History for twenty-four years in southern Nevada where he lives with his lovely wife Victoria, and his two grown children Rebecca and John.

For more information about the author and upcoming books, visit http://wesleyallison.com.

Books by Wesley Allison:

Princess of Amathar

His Robot Girlfriend
His Robot Wife
His Robot Wife: Patience is a Virtue
His Robot Girlfriend: Charity
His Robot Wife: A Great Deal of Patience

Eaglethorpe Buxton and the Elven Princess
Eaglethorpe Buxton and the Sorceress
The Many Adventures of Eaglethorpe Buxton

Senta and the Steel Dragon Book 0: Brechalon
Senta and the Steel Dragon Book 1: The Voyage of the Minotaur
Senta and the Steel Dragon Book 2: The Dark and Forbidding Land
Senta and the Steel Dragon Book 3: The Drache Girl
Senta and the Steel Dragon Book 4: The Young Sorceress
Senta and the Steel Dragon Book 5: The Two Dragons
Senta and the Steel Dragon Book 6: The Sorceress and her Lovers
Senta and the Steel Dragon Book 7: The Price of Magic
Senta and the Steel Dragon Book 8: A Plague of Wizards
Senta and the Steel Dragon Book 9: The Dragon's Choice

Kanana: The Jungle Girl

Tesla’s Stepdaughters

Women of Power

Blood Trade

Astrid Maxxim and her Amazing Hoverbike
Astrid Maxxim and her Undersea Dome
Astrid Maxxim and the Antarctic Expedition
Astrid Maxxim and her Hypersonic Space Plane
Astrid Maxxim and the Electric Racecar Challenge
Astrid Maxxim and the Mystery of Dolphin Island

Desperate Poems

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Review by: Hobbe Noxious on June 2, 2015 :
Unsure of how I found this story, or why I even started reading it in the first place, I feel I must now complete the process with a review. This is my burden.

Self-fanfiction. Going by the author's photo, and day job, that is the only way I can adequately describe what you are getting when you open up "His Robot Girlfriend".

However, even as fanfiction goes, it's a bit on the unimaginative side. The story trudges along at a snail's pace, and the author spends the majority of his word-count describing the robot's various clothing choices. It's labeled as "adult", but even there it falls short.

I'll save you some time, and include the best part of the book, hands down.

“Good. I’m glad. And I have a job for you.”
“What kind of a job, Mike?” She placed the tip of her index finger on her chin. “A sexual job?”
“Precisely,” said Mike. “I don’t care how big of a nerd this makes me. I want to get blown on Deep Space Nine.”
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Review by: Kevin A. Lyons on Jan. 2, 2015 :
The idea of realistic -- even beautiful -- humanoid robots opens up some big questions. The biggest question, of course, is how long would it take for the human race to go extinct as men (and women) turn to robots instead of each other.

But this story doesn't really address the big problems, and that's fine with me. It does have some very adult scenes, but that's not the main theme. It also has some funny scenes, but I wouldn't call it a comedy. It's a quick, light read, and it's a very good one, at that.

I enjoyed it and I'd be happy to recommend it to someone looking for a light-hearted adult "fairy tale" for the technological age.
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Review by: N JU on Sep. 5, 2013 :
I liked it.
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Review by: Justin Villanueva on Feb. 26, 2013 :
Not epic, but a good read nonetheless. Instead of one major conflict or arc, the story drags on several mini arcs and doesn't really build up into anything big or climatic. But still, I honestly loved this book. Reading it is so relaxing and actually makes me imagine if such a technology would ever become available. I finished it in 2 days.

My only concern is the pacing might be a little too quick. Some scenes may have been better if they were more detailed instead of just summarizing along. But hey, it's anyone's style so it's still good. :)
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Review by: Hough Rodgers on Dec. 15, 2012 :
I really enjoyed this book. I recommend it to others, plus it seems to be free!
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Review by: Sarah Spelbring on May 7, 2012 :
A life story, comfortable but with a touch of drama in all the right places. I was expecting a little more erotica that it gives, but I'm glad it's not there. It would have been out of place with the pacing I think. Also, it's what kept me from reading the book in the first place.

All in all it's worth a read, but I don't think I'll be reading the sequels.
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Review by: J.R. Martin on Jan. 9, 2012 :
It's nice to have a GOOD robot story for a change, instead of always having the robots wanting to wipe out humanity. I loved this book and would recommend it to anyone who likes Isaac Asimov type stories, where the robots are the GOOD GUYS!
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Review by: JackieW jpwoodman1980@gmail.com on Oct. 24, 2011 :
The story line and dialogue is rather juvenile; not well formed and rather on the bland side of the master/slave relationship. As a sex slave she had the words correct, but as a master he was rather uninspired and boring…kind of like watching paint dry. The story isn’t bad, per se, just plodding and unimaginative. I finished the book, but can’t see myself seeking out this particular author again.
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Review by: Carol on Aug. 15, 2011 :
An engaging story about the near future and robots' place in society. The ending isn't feel conclusive enough for my taste.
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