Just an avid reader. Mostly SF/Fantasy, some hobbies, paranormal, urban fantasy and lighter, fluffier things.
From publisher page (yes I put in a cover correction librarian request):
"Noemi Vidal is a teen soldier in an interstellar war, fighting to defend her home planet against Earth's robotic mech armies. When the disastrous aftermath of a space battle strands her on an abandoned enemy ship, she encounters a deadly mech determined to kill her--until a twist in his programming compels him to do her bidding, and to reveal a secret which could save her world.
Abel, Model 1A of the Mansfield Cybernetics Line, is his creator's masterpiece: the most complex mech prototype ever made, he not only appears perfectly human, but possesses an artificial intelligence so sophisticated that he can feel human emotions. When Noemi boards the ship he has been trapped on for decades, his programming demands that he obey her as his new commander--even if she's fighting on the other side of the war, and even though her plan to win that war will kill him.
As they embark upon an exciting and dangerous journey through the galaxy, Noemi begins to recognize the soul within the machine, and Abel's devotion to Noemi soon becomes more than a matter of programming. It's a journey that will teach both of them what it truly means to be human."
Could be good with the SF and YA elements I love; or horrid with the SF and YA elements I loathe. Even though one character is an AI, "...a twist in his programming compels him ..." could go too far into the realm of non-consent depending on how handled and if just applies to ship responsibilities versus personal/free will.