Slave of Saharic by Brenda Williamson
Renn Saharic needs a new Interactive Partner. At an auction selling
replicas of women, he picks out the one he wants, but is outbid.
However, luck is on his side when the new owner thinks the replica is
broken, and sells Renn the love doll. Taking her home, Renn grows
attached to his new possession and plays with her as if he were a boy
in a toyshop, wishing she were real.
Cadie is a slave from the planet Ceres. She pretends to be a replica
to escape imprisonment and ends up on Earth in the hands of a new
master that has no idea she's real. While devising a plan for her
freedom, she discovers Renn isn't as bad as other men she's known. His
gentle passion makes it hard for her to leave. But love can't be real
if she stays to be the Slave of Saharic.
Mischief at Midnight by Rayne Forrest
Madelyn Murphy isn't your typical spoiled rich girl. She only has one
household drone, after all. Why? Because she's so liberal, she does
her own cooking.
Tripe D Drones' owner, Dallas Dyson, has made a fortune in the service
drone industry. He'll even lend a helping hand himself if someone is
in a pinch.
When Madelyn's service drone breaks just before a dinner party, she
calls Triple D Drones for help. When the new "Dallas" prototype shows
up to lend a hand, Madelyn finds she needs help with more than serving
dinner. Isn't service what a Triple D drone does best?