Author Karen Warwick was satisfied her move to the country was a good one when her parents decided to sell the century old Crane family farm house. She has more peace and quiet in the country than she'd realized was possible. That all changes when her scientist friend, Amy Brown, asks Karen to try out a robot maid as a favor to her to see if the robot was working well enough to sell on the market. Karen has regrets from the get go after she says yes. She takes home a young woman robot, named Henie, that acts like a teenager, and the next morning finds a senior citizen robot in her kitchen making bread and homemade chicken soup. Not only was there that unexpected transformation, Karen finds out from her mother that Henie was the nickname for Henrietta Crane, Karen's great grandmother. If that wasn't enough of a coincidence, Henie mentions facts about Crane family life on the farm and in Karen's house that she shouldn't have programed into her. Stunned yet drawn to Henie, Karen lets Grandma Robot stay while she tries to figure out just why Henie knows so much about her family.
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