Mackenzie has no memory, no plan, and no one to trust, but her decisions will determine the fate of our world.
They stole her from her home, hid her past, and erased her memories. They control her life, but that may not be enough. They altered her circumstances, but nothing has changed the way Mackenzie thinks, how she reacts, or the depth of what she feels. And Mackenzie has exactly the right set of qualities at the perfect moment in time to change our world forever.
With only her instincts to guide her, Mackenzie struggles to piece together a frightening mystery, but in the shadows of the past, fantasy and reality become dangerously blurred. She must tread softly until she can distinguish friends from enemies and truth from lies.
It's a deadly masquerade where no one is who they pretend to be, nothing is what it seems, and the music keeps changing, but no one can perform this dance like Mackenzie.
In the end, it isn't your experiences that matter, it's who you are.
Crayton house is an elaborate mystery with elements of contemporary fantasy and romance.