SHE SHOULD HAVE LOCKED THE DOOR
When she was a little girl, Brenna Fallon naively invoked an ancient Celtic deity to save a beloved pet—and inadvertently anchored the new-found power to a spring on her family's farm, thus creating a door between two realities.
Years later, Brenna discovers the terrible potential of that gateway when a devastating plague unfolds abruptly around her. To survive, she must depend on her wits, a stranger she doesn't trust, and a mysterious stray dog who becomes more than just a faithful companion as Brenna struggles to drive back the threat of a modern Black Death.
Welded into one by a desperate sacrifice, woman, man and dog face the feral darkness together.
"Once again, Durgin takes readers on a fascinating journey into the fantastic. Her people are real, her narrative grasp superb—and her animals, as always, could walk right off the page and into our hearts. In fact, I think I see "Druid" lying in front of my hearth!" —Jennifer Roberson, author and Cardigan Welsh Corgi breeder
Praise for Doranna Durgin's Other Fantasy Novels:
". . . a pure joy to read." —A.C. Crispin, author of V, Sarek, the "Starbridge" Series, etc.
". . . first rate . . . the maturity of its vision and the skill of its crafting are startling . . . ." —Dragon
". . . a rare, shimmering aura of mystic legend." —Romantic Times