The heroine has psychic powers, and is trying to keep a low profile to avoid conscription by the government which apparently rounds up psychics for nefarious purposes. While delivering food, she has a vision of the group she's with being attacked and dying. At a loss for how to prevent it, she shares it by kissing one of the soldiers who's watching over her group. When he realizes that the attack is a plot by his commanding officer, he foils it and they go on the run together.
The story didn't have anything terribly wrong with it, but I just didn't respond to it for some reason. The world building is a compilation of ideas that I've seen before. I didn't feel the chemistry between the leads (death for a romance book). And I didn't love the protagonist, although I didn't hate her or get annoyed with her either. I don't know. I just didn't respond to it. It was literally a Zero Factor for me as well, I suppose - not important enough to matter. YMMV.