Jaegar Nash is the panty-melting lead singer of Fusion, a
rock band that’s on the fast track to fame. His life is a never-ending party
filled with booze and adoring groupies, but the only sex he wants is with a man
who’s totally off-limits. Jaegar puts on a good show, but the real Jaegar is
nothing like the rockstar. He’s gay and he’s a shifter, the product of genetic
engineering by a mad scientist who spliced animal DNA into embryos and created
Abram Galante is the sexy, Israeli bodyguard who provides security for the band. He's all work and no play, but his attraction to Jaegar is impossible to resist. When he finally makes his move, sparks fly and both men give in to the passion, but they keep their connection a secret. Then Bram rents the beach house of his former employer, Brian Abbot. He plans a private getaway, but he starts a chain of events that leads to Jaegar’s capture.
When the existence of hybrids was exposed to the world, their creator, Dr. Joseph Shepard, fled to Russia. Brian Abbot, CEO of a biotech company in the US entices him back with promises of money and fame. Shepard returns, and with Abbot’s help, kidnaps Jaegar, who he intends to retrain for the military. With the fear of terrorism so widespread, Shepard knows his super soldiers will be in demand.
Bram is gutted when he learns the truth and realizes it’s his fault. Luckily he possesses the skills to put together a successful rescue plan. Bram convinces Jaegar that he did not intentionally set him up and the two men reunite and get their happy ending.
It’s Bram intention to show the world that hybrids are not monsters.