A freak accident leaves Tara with powers that capture the notice of two shape–shifters–one who wants to kill her, and one who can't help falling in love with her.
Since waking up on the floor of her apartment after an electrical shock, Tara has felt…different. Colors a little off. Shadows where they shouldn't be. But hot guys glowing blue light and a cheetah drinking a cup of coffee? That's not something you see every day. And why doesn't anyone else seem to notice?
The pillar of blue light is Marshall, a Metamorph–a human who can change at will into an animal or energy form. His human form is damn fine–looking, but that doesn't mean he isn't crazy, with his stories about belonging to a secret government agency and rogue Metamorphs trying to kill her. Plus he wears sunglasses indoors–who still does that? But when there's a panther scratching at her door, she has no choice but to trust Marshall, even if it means her life will never be the same.
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This is a novella, not a full length book. It came in at 92 pages on my nook. The writing is okay, but pretty predictable. The author is good at descriptions, but needed more space to really develop the characters and background plot. As written, it felt rushed. Not a bad way to spend 20 minutes reading, but I prefer full length novels and a fleshed out storyline where even secondary characters get time to develop.