A robot a wife and an artist—was this too much for Michael to handle
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This is an amusing tale of a man, his robotic cat and a free-spirited artist.
A pet robot, an ambitious wife and a wild, free-spirited artist—was this too much for Michael McIver to handle?
After twelve years of married life in Melbourne, Melissa had persuaded Michael that they should move to Perth, Western Australia to rejuvenate their lives. Michael wanted to be a father. ‘But not yet Michael,’ she told him. And so, Michael took up a hobby instead; robotics. If this was a substitute for fatherhood, then it did keep Michael busy and happy for a time—until Julieta Venturi, a free-spirited artist and academic lecturer disrupted his simple life.
Set in the polarizing web of educational institutions in Australia, this is an amusing story of conflicts in the workplace; of friends and lovers and how forgiveness enabled true love.