Title: Love Machine
Good-time girl Cally Morgenstern has never paid much attention to the robots her father built. That is, until one night when her vibrator runs out of batteries. And hey, if you’ve got a six-foot hunky robot offering to relieve your sexual frustration, you’re not going to say no, right? Even if he is sort of…well, definitely…blue.
Cally quickly realizes Blue isn’t the average robot. He’s rapidly acquiring a personality, for one thing. And an avid interest in human sexuality, particularly when it comes to Cally. She’s eager to teach Blue all she knows about sexual pleasure, even if they have to build him a few necessary parts in the process. And even if Blue’s explorations of human feelings touch her own, very human, heart.
Author: Electra Shepherd
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Man or Machine, Hardware
Source: Purchased for Self
Published: April 4, 2012
Genres: Erotic Sci Fi Romance
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What is a horny party girl to do when her favorite vibrator batteries go dead? Acquire more batteries? Reach for the nearest housebot and see what else he can do with those hands beside clean. That is almost exactly what Cally does. She doesn’t have to reach far though. Blue is there for the travesty of dead batteries and immediately offering his assistance.
Cally is shocked that the housebot is more than simply a housebot. As she and Blue continue in their little sexcapades she is discovering there is more to her fathers robotic creations that helpful servants. As she gets to know the man behind the machine she discovers she’s not the only one in the house changing the bots. Her sister has been adding programs to Blue that is giving him a very curious personality. That curiosity keeps the sparks flying in the bedroom and soon Cally is having feeling she didn’t know she could possess, no programs loaded needed.
Love Machine was a pleasant surprise. I went in expecting something different than what I actually got. There is a really sweet romance here. I was not expecting Blue’s newfound emotions to be so sweet.
Favorite quote, Blue to Cally: “Does that mean I should not ask your permission to proceed?”