Alpha is every man's fantasy woman. She's beautiful, anatomically
perfect, low-maintenance, and pure. She's a robot created by Dr. Cort
Hirsch in the image of the woman who rejected him, Zoe Parker, film
Cort expects Alpha to be the "mother" of the race of dutiful service
robots he plans to manufacture. Life with Alpha is not at all what
Cort expected. He envisioned the sultry beauty cooking his meals and
polishing his boots. Instead, she is placing orders for expensive
kitchen equipment, perfumes, and clothing. And, damn it, she's smarter
than he. Okay, she's not actually smarter. It's her ability to access
a database containing every book, e-book, and source of knowledge in
the world that makes her appear smarter.
Zoe, Alpha, and Cort are brought together when Alpha is photographed
during a shopping trip, and thought to be Zoe. After seeing the
robot's photo in a tabloid, Zoe and her manager devise a plan to catch
a stalker using Alpha as the bait. They ask that Alpha act as Zoe's
body double for an upcoming film, and insist Cort and Alpha move into
Zoe's compound. During their stay, Cort's unwavering devotion is
finally rewarded. Zoe seduces him and his passion is consummated.
When both Alpha and Zoe are in danger, Cort must decide which female
to love and protect.