It's called Conquered by Clippy. Rule 34 continues to bestride the Internet like a colossus, apparently. Oh, and there's more ...
The author is Leonard Delaney, who describes the book thusly:
Christie Aackerlund doesn’t need help with anything. So when the world’s biggest technology company offers to fly her to a remote location and investigate an alien artifact, all by herself, she’s all like “I’ll do it!”
But the artifact isn’t what it seems, and soon an overly helpful giant living paperclip is getting her all bent out of shape.
Conquered by Clippy is a 4000 word short story featuring sexual situations with digital assistants. It’s for super mature audiences only.
The reviews on Amazon are predictably superb. One pleads for Delaney to write an erotic novel about Microsoft Bob.
Delaney may eventually get around to that, but in the meantime if you finish Conquered by Clippy and need more, perhaps consider Delaney's other offering ...
I cannot imagine what that poor red-headed model who posed for these stock-art photos will think, assuming she ever discovers what they were used for.
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