No, it is about an artificial human being of unknown origin found during war by a veteran soldier and made into war murder machine. She lost hands during war and the soldier that found her died as well, and she is given to his other soldier friend with PTSD with his will being to let her live peacefully.
Too bad she is emotionless murder robot and does not know what living normally is, so is being sent to special escort agency to work as on demand secretary. Despite being emotionless murder robot, her actual mentality is rather of the 14yo child at best. And so she goes on a journey encoutnering different people with their emotions reflecting in her, so she`d learn about them little by little.
War is over, but impacts of it not fully. Violet learns not just good emotions, but also aids the centenced war criminal terrorist preaching her ideology to her while on death row, gets involved in archeologic expedition to find ancient technology, remnants of rape sacrafice cult she slaugthered her way through once, etc etc.
She will for sure become more humane as time goes. But is she actually human?