Cover Reveal: This is Me



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This is Me.
C.E. Wilson
date: August 11th 2016
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Science


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Rogan is a robot. More specifically, he is an Asist – a personalized humanoid
servant that provides protection, assistance, and companionship for a lonely young
woman living on her own in the city. Chloe is trying to get her big break, singing at bars
and clubs all over the city at night while she pays the bills as a substitute teacher during
the day. Ever since she activated him many months ago, Rogan has been her beautiful,
dependable, obedient, dead-eyed security blanket.

One morning she is shocked when he disobeys a direct command in an attempt to
please her and his dull artificial eyes flash a hint of something new. Is this the result of
the adaptive Asist servility programming or is Rogan actually thinking? Can a robot
think? Can a robot feel?

As Chloe struggles with these thoughts she is blindsided by the singular Niven
Adams, a handsome, confident man with the voice of an angel who is everything she’s
ever wanted in a boyfriend. He’s the perfect guy for her, except for one problem. Niven
doesn’t approve of Asists and takes an immediate dislike to Rogan. As Niven charms
his way deeper and deeper into Chloe’s heart, Rogan tries to convince her that he is
more than a mass-produced disposable servant.

With Rogan doing everything in his power to prove that his thoughts and feelings
are real and Niven trying to persuade her to abandon her robot and have a normal
human relationship, Chloe is trapped between the two things that mean the most to her.
Does she embrace her relationship with the blond newcomer, or face that her Asist’s
feelings may be more than features of his programming?

What really makes a person a person?

Is it a ticking muscle inside their chest, or is it something more?

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C.E.  Wilson  Author Bio:

C.E. Wilson was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, grew up in Millersville,
Pennsylvania, and has been living in Pittsburgh since 2009. For the first few years living
in Pittsburgh, she was an English teacher. Her first book, “Oath of Servitude,” was
published in 2012. In 2013, she quit teaching to be a full time author and hasn’t looked
back since. She loves spending time with her daughter and husband.

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