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The A.I. Who Loved Me

By: Alyssa Cole
Narrated by: Regina Hall, Mindy Kaling, Feodor Chin, Therese Plummer, Dina Pearlman, Neil Hellegers, Adenrele Ojo, Kyla Garcia
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Publisher's summary

With a cameo by Mindy Kaling, Regina Hall performs this captivating romantic comedy with a thrilling sci-fi twist!

Trinity Jordan leads a quiet, normal life: working from home for the Hive, a multifunctional government research center, and recovering from the incident that sent her into a tailspin. But the life she’s trying to rebuild is plagued by mishaps when Li Wei, her neighbor’s super sexy and super strange nephew, moves in and turns things upside down.

Li Wei’s behavior is downright odd—and the attraction building between them is even more so. When an emergency pulls his aunt away from the apartment complex, Trinity decides to keep an eye on him...and slowly discovers that nothing is what it seems. For one thing, Li Wei isn’t just the hot guy next door—he’s the hot A.I. next door. In fact, he’s so advanced that he blurs the line between man and machine. It’s up to Trinity to help him achieve his objective of learning to be human, but danger is mounting as they figure out whether he’s capable of the most illogical human behavior of all...falling in love.

©2019 Alyssa Cole (P)2019 Audible Originals, LLC.
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  • Categories: Romance

About the Creator

Alyssa Cole is a critically acclaimed author of historical, science fiction, and contemporary romance. Her work has garnered numerous honors, including being named one of The New York Times 100 Notable books of 2018; a Kirkus Best Fiction of 2018; a Library Journal Best Book of 2018; an NPR Best Book of 2018; an Entertainment Weekly Top 10 Romance Book of the Year; American Library Association’s RUSA Best Romance for 2018; a Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2017; and a Booklist Top 10 Romance Fiction of 2017. She currently resides on the Caribbean island of Martinique, where she spends her free time watching anime and hanging with her menagerie of pets.

About the Performer

A native of Washington, D.C., Regina Hall began her career in New York City where she studied English at Fordham University and received a Master’s degree from NYU in Journalism. She then studied at William Esper Studios in New York for two years, eventually landing her breakout role as Candy in Malcolm Lee’s debut film The Best Man. She would go on to reprise this role 14 years later in The Best Man Holiday.

Hall appeared in cult classics such as Love & Basketball, Paid In Full, and Malibu’s Most Wanted. In 2000, she filmed the first of four of the Scary Movie films and quickly became a fan favorite playing the outspoken and brazen, Brenda Meeks opposite Ana Farris and the Wayans brothers. In 2017, Regina was joined by legends Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, and breakout star Tiffany Haddish in the raucous, blockbuster comedy Girls Trip. The summer hit grossed more than 140 million dollars becoming the first comedy of the year to surpass the 100 million dollar mark. It also became the first movie in history produced, written, directed, and starring African Americans to reach that milestone.

Next up was Andrew Bujalski's 2018 indie hit Support the Girls, which premiered at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, TX. Gaining the attention of film critics, her touching performance would earn her Gotham and Independent Spirit Award nominations as well as a spot on President Obama’s list of favorites for the year. In 2019, Regina became the first African-American actress to ever win a New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress for this role. Regina starred in The Hate U Give, a film adaptation of Angie Thomas' best-selling novel. She was in the film Little, which she also executive-produced. She stars opposite Don Cheadle and Andrew Rannells, on the Showtime dramedy Black Monday, executive-produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. She was seen on screen opposite Samuel L. Jackson in the Warner Bros film reboot, Shaft.