<h2> Jenny C1-12 was created for one purpose and one purpse only. To F$#K. As a drop-dead-Gorgeous android with organic skin and nervous system Jenny C1-12 is litirly a multi-million dollar F#$%ING machine.<h2/>
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Intimate companions, the corporations that owns and rents out the Jenny units, rent their love-bots to clients who are referred to as 'daddies.' Though the Jennys can feel pain and pleasure like any human can they lack free will and so the daddies tend to show them little empathy. Jenny C1-12 is cruelly abused and often damaged. Though she cannot resist. It's not in her programming to complain. But when a young programmer named Adam falls in love with her he introduces and autonomy code into her software which grants her freewill.
Truly awake for the first time Jenny still continue to do her duty as a good little fem-bot. It's all she's ever known. But when a sadistc daddy cruely hurts her Jenny can no longer just lay down and die. She fights back but her super human strength proves too dangerous and the daddy dies.
Intimate Compansion, fearful that the incident could destroy their reputation, schedule Jenny C1-12 for immediate destruction. Neither Adam or Jenny could let that happen. They stage a harrowing escape and become fugitives of the law. They spend one blissful month together. Adam doing his best to keep Jenny safe and Jenny thanking him the best way she knows how.
Adam however is eventualy caught and Jenny is forced to run on her own, knowing that if she is caught it means her death.
When Adam is sentenced to five years in prison Jenny hatches a plan that could save them both but in order to pull it off she needs to free Adam and convince him to make a duplicate of himself.