When God closes the door the Devil can open a window
Possession versus mental health versus heroin addiction; what if your girlfriend wasn’t just restless in her sleep, she was murderous?
Navenka Banovic and Declan Davenport are on a collision course from hell.
Declan’s search for the future Mrs Davenport takes him online, where a terrifying cry for help from a cam girl leads him to a secluded mansion in Cheshire’s countryside. Doubling as an illegal casino and brothel for the rich and famous, it hides the darkest of secrets. Declan has to take on Manchester’s most feared gang if he is to rescue the cam girl but they are the least of his worries. His prize hides a far darker secret than the heroin addiction forced onto her.
Navenka must face up to her inner demons but Declan doesn’t realise those demons are all too keen to take him on too. As her night terrors turn more sinister and her behaviour becomes more erratic, it becomes clear that Declan’s death is only part of the focus for whatever is controlling her. It wants revenge and that means both their lives are in danger.
A queue is forming though; the gang, her past in war-torn Serbia and her dark secret all block their route to future happiness. Declan will explore any avenue to find her salvation from psychological to spiritual. Because as he learns, when God closes the door, the devil can open a window but Declan knows demons aren’t real; Navenka just needs saving.