Five years ago, Mike Smith was an unhappy man living all alone. Then he purchased a Daffodil. Far more than regular robots, his Daffodil Patience, changed his life in ways that he had never thought possible. Now it is the year 2037, and Mike and Patience have been married for five years. Retired and enjoying life, Mike thought that all his troubles were behind him, but it seems as though they are creeping up again. California Proposition 22 proposes to define a person as a biological entity, thereby annulling marriages, like Mike’s and Patience’s, performed in other states. Battle lines have been drawn, at least as far as the proponents of the bill are concerned. Now Mike must muster his own support to defeat the measure. But there is more going on than just politics. Daffodil, the robot maker, is in the news again. Hardware issues are leaving robots across the globe unable to function. Is it only an antenna issue? Now Patience herself is behaving oddly. Is there something really wrong with her, or does she just need a software upgrade?
His Robot Wife is the novella-length sequel to His Robot Girlfriend.
Really awesome but..
I have read the previous reviews and simply said I have to agree that this book seemed a bit hurried. It didn't seem to have the same attraction as the "girlfriend" book had. But was very interesting to say the least. Regardless of this, I am looking forward to the next book and I am sure it will be a hit.😎
Mike married Patience. It gets even better!
With Mike marrying Patience she gets him on a path to becoming much healthier and they go on their honeymoon, It’s been awhile since I’ve read this book, but still a great series!
I was highly underwhelmed by this novella. I really enjoyed the first novella, but this one just fell flat in many places. The monotony of Mike and Patience's days was grueling. I didn't need to know everything he was eating. When things got somewhat interesting, the book ended! I don't know that I'll be reading the next books in the series.