Kate, shapeshifter and royal princess, has fallen in love with her bodyguard, Aidan, a man with the perfect body built to defend and love her at any cost. Aidan has been encouraging Kate to accept her shifter future and settle on one form. During a storm, Aidan accidentally shows his true form to her. Now Kate must decide if her love is strong enough to accept Aidan’s true heritage.
Kate is a shapeshifter, capable of changing into many types of animals but the time has come for her to choose one to be her only secondary form, as is the custom of their people. At least, I assume it's a custom. Why anyone would choose to give up all the others is beyond me and the author never really delves into why this is the way it is. Moving on...
Her bodyguard Aiden insists on helping her with her shifting, telling her she needs to be able to shift for more than a few minutes. He shows no care at all whether she chooses just one form.
Their relationship becomes a romantic one and truths begin to present themselves. Kate has more powers than she knows of. Aiden is not exactly human.
At one point, Aiden makes a declaration that could have altered the story and went a direction that would have kept the reader long entertained. It begin a quickie, however, what was said ended up being a lie. Big, bang, boom, Kate shows Aiden her progression in her shifting thus ending the issues between them.