"We will have to jump from here."
"Jump?" Claire cried in disbelief.
"This will have to do," he said, more to himself than to Claire as he climbed to stand on top of the wide, snow covered railing. After a few more minutes he turned towards her and held out his hand. "Let's go."
"No," Claire managed at last. "I won't. You're crazy. We'll die."
"I know how it sounds, but I need you to trust me, Claire."
"How do you know my name?"
"I know a lot of things about you," he replied. "I know that you're lonely, that you feel like you're out of place and that you don't belong. I know that if you don't come with me now, you'll never find what you're looking for."
Pushing aside her fears, Claire rushed towards the balcony just as the barrier shattered and the darkness spilled into the room. She grabbed the stranger's hand and he pulled her onto the wide marble railing beside him.
"Whatever you do, Claire, don't forget to breathe," he said. "Jump, now!"
Despite her popularity with her peers, Claire has never felt normal, she has never felt like she fit in, and she has always felt the tug of loneliness at her heart. When a mysterious stranger comes to her rescue, and beckons for her to jump from a balcony twenty stories from the ground, will she be brave enough to take the leap and seek out the answers to the questions of her heart?
Inspired by The Nutcracker ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and the Mouse King written by German author E. T. A. Hoffmann, Frost is a tale of woven of magic and adventure, where one girl will finally discover what it means to be home.