Song of Oestend by Marie Sexton

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Aren Montrell has heard tales of the Oestend wraiths - mysterious creatures which come in the night and kill anyone who’s not indoors. Aren’s never had reason to believe the stories, but when he takes a job as a bookkeeper on the BarChi, a dusty cattle ranch on the remote Oestend prairie, he soon learns that the wraiths are real. Aren suddenly finds himself living in a supposedly haunted house and depending on wards and generators to protect him from unseen things in the night. As if that’s not enough, he has to deal with a crotchety old blind woman, face “cows” that look like nothing he’s ever seen before, and try to ignore the fact that he’s apparently the most eligible bachelor around.

Aren also finds himself the one and only confidante of Deacon, the BarChi’s burly foreman. Deacon runs the BarChi with an iron fist and is obviously relieved to finally have somebody he can talk to. As their relationship grows, Aren learns there’s more to Deacon and the BarChi than he’d anticipated. Deacon seems determined to deny both his Oestend heritage and any claim he may have to the BarChi ranch, but if Aren is to survive the perils of Oestend, he’ll have to convince Deacon to stop running from the past and finally claim everything that’s his.
 

About Marie Sexton

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Marie Sexton lives in Colorado. She s a fan of just about anMarie Sexton lives in Colorado. She s a fan of just about anything that involves muscular young men piling on top of eacything that involves muscular young men piling on top of each other. In particular, she loves the Denver Broncos and enjh other. In particular, she loves the Denver Broncos and enjoys going to the games with her husband. Her imaginary frienoys going to the games with her husband. Her imaginary friends often tag along. Marie has one daughter, two cats, and onds often tag along. Marie has one daughter, two cats, and one dog, all of whom seem bent on destroying what remains of he dog, all of whom seem bent on destroying what remains of her sanity. She loves them anyway. er sanity. She loves them anyway.
 
Published August 22, 2011 by Total-E-Bound Publishing. 414 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Sexton spends a little bit of the story doing some world building, but nothing that overtakes the story or overshadows the strong main characters of Aren and Deacon.

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