Andover is in prison, but how did he get there? It all started, because his company was going to pass him over for a promotion, because he was a bachelor. Andover just isn’t ready for married life, and giving up the comfortable life he has made for himself. He learns of an android company in New York, and tries to buy one. For some reason laws don’t permit individuals to own androids, but Andover tries to explain that he wants one to pose as his wife. The price tag is high, and with some blackmail leverage, Andover gets his wife.
Olivia fits right in, learning the people in Andover’s social circles, but has become a topic of gossip when she’s seen with a strange man in an elevator. It’s just a visiting engineer checking up on his invention, but the secret behind Lydia needs to be kept quiet. How can Andover manage that, when frequent checks and maintenance has to be done? Is Andover changing his mind on the merits of being married? Olivia isn’t nearly the drag on his time as he imagined, and is becoming his ideal companion. Authorities are closing in on the secret behind the privately owned android, and after a year of being together social pressures demand that babies be born to Andover and