Helen Stern has reason to be livid. Abandoned at birth by her mother, she was raised by England's greatest psychic. Dubbed a freak by her classmates because she had what they called Hocus Pocus, Helen was never allowed to live a normal existence. Helen prays for an escape, often fantasizing that her birth mother would rescue her from the madness one day. On her fourteenth birthday, Helen meets the exquisite and beautiful billionairess, Andrea Jacobson-Preston, with whom she feels an immediate kinship. In her Rollan Hills home's picturesque English garden, Helen feels compelled to pour out her soul to this stranger. Helen's life shatters when she learns that the woman at her party was, in fact, her birth mother. Vowing revenge, Helen embarks on a secret plan to destroy Andrea Jacobson. Four years later, she turns up on her mother's doorstep—the long-lost daughter who has now come home. Integrating herself into the family, she exemplifies the perfect offspring, loved by everyone, except perhaps the family's old vanguard, Melissa. All the time, however, Helen is plotting Andreas's fall from grace. When Maya, Helens adopted mother, unexpectedly dies, Helen learns the truth surrounding her perceived abandonment. Is it too late to turn back the clock on her clandestine plan, or must she prepare herself for the worst, for the success of her plan will not only destroy her mother but, in the process, destroy her very soul. Camouflage is the sequel to her previous novel, Protégé.