Length: 141 pages
She thought she had escaped. She couldn’t have been more wrong.
Months have passed since Ruby managed to flee from the demonic children that hunted her in the Yukon wilderness. Still, she can’t shake the memory of their obsidian eyes and the crippling fear that they aren’t really dead. With distance, time, and her new job at a ski resort, she hopes to bury the past and move on. Her days are simple. She works the gondola to send visitors up the ragged mountainside to the restaurant at the summit, and never stays out past dusk.
Then a group of skiers mysteriously disappear, and Ruby is forced to break her own rules. Along with her coworker, Tristan, she must wait for the rescue crew. As night descends, stranded on the top of the mountain, a living mist rises, and her greatest fear comes true. Exhaustion, terror, and madness take their toll, and Ruby and Tristan are forced to rely on each other, or perish. But trust may prove to be just as deadly as what is lurking beyond the door.
Because the children have survived. And they really want to come in.