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Review by Love Bytes
The world built up here is one of my favorites. It has all the dirt and cowboys that I adore, but it also has all the magic and danger that I crave–but rarely find in a form that feels so real, so believable. There is so much you can recognize as familiar in this book, but Sexton crafted it into a world of wraiths and magic and vengeance in such a way as to make that familiarity new and stunningly captivating. These characters are rough and not all that nice, but they are good. They are strong and stubborn, but they are also willing to learn, to bend. And the fact that no one gets exactly what they are looking for, but probably exactly what they need, was just awesome. Even love is not simple in Oestend.
I totally and absolutely recommend this book (and this series). And if Marie Sexton does ever write a third book to go along with Songs and Saviours, I will be one of the first in line to buy.
Review by Prism Book Alliance
It did make me feel for these people and their circumstances greatly. The setting was rich and eerie. The paranormal aspect was well done and compelling. The sex was at turns sweet and hot, but never felt gratuitous.
Review by Rainbow Book Reviews
This was such a lovely story, and a perfect follow up to the fabulous Song of Oestend which I reviewed last year and totally adored. I loved that we get to see Dante's redemption, as he accepts his mistakes of the past and finds a new love with C
Review by Literary Nymphs
Saviours of Oestend is a fascinating and exceedingly enjoyable saga. However, you must read Song of Oestend first in order to truly understand the thorough plot.