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The best Claimed by the Order By J. Johanis are Ebook J Johanis writes m m dark erotica and enjoys mixing fantasy with myth or historical events Facebook FB Page Blog Twitter Pinterest Google Newsletter. He failed to save himself Is he strong enough to save his lover Young and eager to join the social playground of the gods, Marduk enters his first day of college at the exotic mountain retreat at the Temple of Power But he swiftly falls into the clutches of a secret order Confronted by the powerful gods who wish to claim him, Marduk is defenseless His only way out toHe failed to save himself Is he strong enough to save his lover Young and eager to join the social playground of the gods, Marduk enters his first day of college at the exotic mountain retreat at the Temple of Power But he swiftly falls into the clutches of a secret order Confronted by the powerful gods who wish to claim him, Marduk is defenseless His only way out to lure another virgin god into the Order Content Advisory m m dark erotica graphic violence, non con, abuse Intended for mature readers.No longer available on Kindle Buy Links available on my website jjohanis claimed by the o. Popular Book Claimed by the Order This book was provided by the author via IndiGo Marketing & Design in exchange for an honest review.Claimed by the Order has a very unusual take on mythology – combining Greek, Mesopotamian, and Egyptian gods and goddesses in one universe. The plot gravitates around a place called the Temple of Power where young gods and goddesses train and learn at the Divine College to become future leaders of the world. Not only that, the author also immerses you in the affairs of these deities as they interact in an organized society more or less akin to what we have presently.Although politics is a strong theme in the book, the story is dark through and through. In this installment, the focus is on Marduk, the Mesopotamian God, and his involvement in an elite cult and their illicit carnal activities. The book is graphic and repetitive when it came to these and I wouldn't recommend this to those who are not used to non-con/dub-con, and abuse and violence which were in no way used as a romantic device in the case of this book.I thought that the story started really well – excellently written and detailed. The way the author broke Marduk’s character down physically and psychologically – continually subjecting him to public humiliation, betrayal, abuse, and rape – was truly commendable as I was so much affected by it. But as the events in the story unfolded, I found it dragging in the middle with the story going in an indefinite loop. Transitions within chapters in the latter part of the story need work as well as I thought they were all over the place.Despite that, I wasn’t able to put this down until the very end even if it continually made my skin crawl and messed up my mind. This was an interesting, dark story. Truly one of a kind.

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  • This book was provided by the author via IndiGo Marketing Design in exchange for an honest review.Claimed by the Order has a very unusual take on mythology combining Greek, Mesopotamian, and Egyptian gods and goddesses in one universe The plot gravitates around a place called the Temple of Power where young gods and goddesses train and learn at the Divine College to become future leaders of the world Not only that, the author also immerses you in the affairs of these deities as they interact in [...]


  • 3.5 starsThis is a good story, which is buried under a layer of repetitive language and actions, similes written as literal statements, and a good deal of I don t think that word means what you think it means.


  • This book was provided by Indigo in exchange for an unbiased review So, this wasn t like an usual story about gods and goddesses That s first of all because it takes place in the Temple of Power where in spite of the name no god has access to his or her powers They are just as powerful as humans So why make them gods That might be because their society seems very different to ours The connection between parents and children and also the responsebility that already lies on some shoulders They are [...]


  • This was absolutely fantastic I couldn t put it down The writing style is beautiful, and it s clear Ms Johanis has an exceptional grasp of mythology and well constructed fantasy This is an unusual view of ancient cultures gods and goddesses.I rarely read books with non con because too often, it s softened, played up for reader sympathy, used as a method to get the main pair to hook up, or handled badly all around None of that is to be found in this story I appreciate how clear the distinction is [...]


  • Riveting story I was blown away by the darkness of the gods and their amoral world and literally could not put this book down once I started reading it Johanis has done an exceptional job in her depiction of dark M M BDSM non consensual juxtaposed with an almost painfully intimate storytelling that delves into the fall of an innocent who is attacked and abused by those who should have been his protectors The story begins with the beautiful and gentle Marduk who is starting his first day at a spe [...]


  • What an awesome book Once I started reading, I didn t want to stop The story of Marduk is one that will deeply resonate with anyone who has a heart It was powerful and moving and had me on the brink of tears several times over The things he has to endure as a young god who becomes trapped in the evil clutches of the Order are nothing short of devastating Yet, even when he discovers a way out of his own personal hell one that involves sacrificing someone else to his position he chooses not to tak [...]


  • So, I simply had to read this book when it was offered I m a mythology buff, and so many pantheons are represented here A school for the gods is just an awesome idea, and makes for a riveting read It has a lot of darkness in it, clearly My heart can t help but reach out to Marduk when he s tricked and trapped by the order For a storm god to be reduced to little better than a slave, it s rather heart wrenching Wasn t a fan that my favorite pantheon, the Greeks, were so high strung and frankly jer [...]


  • 3.5 4 starsI picked this book up while it was free, for a short time on Smashwords I enjoyed the setting, but didn t entirely understand the set up Going to a school to learn how to use powers, but stripped of the ones you have at the gates.That said, the story held my attention throughout and I really liked the side characters, Nanya and Shala.Marduk endures a lot More than any person should have to I m no stranger to non con stories but by the end I found myself saying, enough already Is that [...]


  • Original review on Molly LollyFour and a half stars I m going to start by saying that this book is not for the feint of heart If you don t enjoy non con stories, then you should pass on this book I enjoy them Not all, there s some really bad stuff out there That said, this book is amazing It was so interesting seeing gods and goddesses from ancient cultures together in one place interacting, and how the mythology factors into their personalities I feel bad for Aya because I get why he did what h [...]


  • ARC received in exchange for an honest review.Marduk is glad to be attending college along with his fellow Gods and Goddesses and when he finds himself falling for Aya, little does he know that it s a trap that will lead to the worst kind of abuse, at the hands of those he thought were his teachers and protectors Attending his classes during the day and serving the demands of the higher deities each evening, Marduks life becomes a living hell that he can only escape if he finds someone to take h [...]


  • Disclaimer This book was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review.I read this book in 7 hours At first I was worried because I don t generally read books about Gods Immortals However, I was quickly hooked by the main character and his goddess friends The storyline is great, enticing and very different The setting was believable in a magical way Everything seemed so rich and elegant I pictured the Goddess s as stunning beauties and the God s handsome and powerful.I personally woul [...]


  • This book was one of the few truly great darks I have read It actually kept me interested through till the last page and even after that Its a definite must read especially if you like the whole gods and goddesses thing a definite recommendation The way the author portrays all the characters Marduk s pain and suffering or Anu akads indecisiveness to go against his fatherg


  • This book was provided by the author via IndiGo Marketing Design in exchange for an honest review.I don t normally read books based in mythology so I can t say whether or not that aspect of the story was accurate or not I did recognize some of the characters Marduk is a young god attending college at the Temple of Power It s not long before he is tricked into becoming a member of the Order a secret society run by the older gods While he continues to act like nothing is out of the ordinary to his [...]



  • FiveStarsThis book contains graphic scenes of non consensual sex They are not used as a romantic plot device.This was absolutely fantastic I couldn t put it down The writing style is beautiful, and it s clear Ms Johanis has an exceptional grasp of mythology and well constructed fantasy This is an unusual view of ancient cultures gods and goddesses.I rarely read books with non con because too often, it s softened, played up for reader sympathy, used as a method to get the main pair to hook up, or [...]


  • This book is absolutely brilliant I couldn t put it down and read it in one sitting The writing style is picturesque I ve never read a book quite like this I really appreciated the author s take on ancient Greek mythology The way that J Johanis portrayed the gods and goddesses and their depraved sexual seeking behaviors were fascinating, but also genuine The author understands Greek Mythology and storytelling The novel is about Marduk, a 22 year old God of Storm, who attends a university like es [...]


  • I was grateful to get the chance to beta this story before it was complete This review is for the completely completed, published book which was provided in exchange for an honest review.College, even for gods, is supposed to be a time of learning to rule the world and finding yourself Well, Marduk found his way into a load of unwanted trouble In comes the Mesopotamian, Egyptian and Greek gods goddesses who make his life a living hell.I had a hard time putting this book down I haven t read many [...]


  • FourandHalfStarsI m not normally a Mythology reader, so I sat on the border debating on if I wanted to read this book Really I did The synopsis was interesting, the cover was hot as hell but it was outside my normal genre However, I decided to give it a go just to shake things up Gotta tell you I m SO glad I did YES, the book is DARK and there is some seriously twisted things going on but it was so incredibly captivating and well written that I couldn t put it down I found myself being tugged ar [...]


  • I was gifted this book for review by indego Marking reading team.Having said that this is an honest review I don t normally like mm books, but I do love a dark read This was just that and .The book mainly centres around one main characterMarduk, who is a young God, who s sent to a school for gods Whilst at the school, all the gods are stripped of their powers, so making then equals to each other, supposedly no power over another They are taught to love and fight But Marduk is inducted into the O [...]


  • I really enjoyed the author s take on ancient Greek mythology The way that J Johanis portrayed the gods and goddesses and their immoral and pleasure seeking behaviors was captivating, but also realistic I also thought that the fantasy element was nicely executed The story is that of Marduk, a 22 year old God of Storm, who visits the Temple of Power which is a university like establishment for deities The young gods and goddesses are there to learn about themselves and their powers Marduk is enth [...]


  • Frankly, I m just a bit surprised to see another side of mythology and ancient cultures Greek gods and goddesses, and dark erotica are a type of vice to me, and this author introduced various deities of ancient civilizations and added so much with her beautiful language and well constructed characters and unusual point of view to the recipe that I m left utterly pleased and smiling I have to say, when I began reading this dark erotic tale, I expected to find another repetitive M M story throw i [...]


  • I really felt sorry for Marduk, he was betrayed and tricked at every turn Abused, humiliated and raped Everyone seemed to have it in for him.I didn t like Akad which made the whole premise of the book difficult for me The ending was strange, it was a massive leap and didn t quite work.As a side note All the characters have freakily supreme penis control Today in class we are going to have sex I m paraphrasing Ok, instant boner Maybe this is something to do with their god status, I don t know but [...]


  • Solid 4.5 Wow not sure where to start I fell for Marduk from the get even when he was playing the play boy type with the other gods, and yes I understood why he did it The Order, not even sure where to begin with that How long had this been going on why didn t anyone find out about it I know several were sadists but still you would have thought someone would have outed them Marduk and Anu loved watching these two fall in love They should have trusted each other and wish there was communication [...]


  • I received an advance review copy for an honest review.A dark erotic tale of m m lust and dominance Marduk is tricked and blackmailed into being the toy of a group of powerful deities The story follows his mental twists and turns as he tries to reconcile what is being done to him with his own towering ego There is a little romance, and the book connects to briefly to Siren s reckoning but the two are stand alone tales Excellent read if you like the darker side of erotic tales, if not, probably [...]


  • Dark and sexy.Fierce gods, erotic situations, and a sexy main character Claimed by the Order takes the reader into the world of the ancient gods, following Marduk as he finds himself in a series of compromising situations This book is dark and sexy, just the way I like them possibly not for the faint of heart 5 stars from me


  • The author gave me a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review I ll start by saying that this is the furtherest thing from what I would read, if not for the author asking me to Gay erotica is not something I would normally seek out but this book honestly was really good I read it two days time of receiving it, took me maybe seven eight hours total if even that, and keep in mind I DO NOT read these kinds of books The story really grabs you and makes you want to keep going, it is such a qu [...]


  • I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.I think the plot of this story was very interesting, i liked it since the begining of the story, i found it intriguing and wanting to know what will happen with all the characters, it had a good pace and it kept my atention all the time Sadly i didn t liked it as i thought i would and i have several reason why, but most of them might be spoilers, so i m going to try to keep it as away from spoilers as i can Even if i didn t loved th [...]


  • I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review Thank you J Johanis for offering up your story.Some years ago, I was used to read several books about Mythology, so I found this book interesting, and really enjoyed it This story mixed Greek, Egyptian and Mesopotamian gods and goddesses in the same world at the same time Some well known gods Isis, Seth, Zeus, Poseidon mingle with others imagined by the author.We follow the adventures of young gods who make thei [...]


  • Disclaimer I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review In the land of the ancient gods, young gods and goddesses attend a college at the Temple of Power to learn about their roles and their powers Marduk is one such young god, who finds himself interested in another god one of his classmates on his first day of classes This interest leads him down a dark path, however, as he finds himself lured into and claimed by a secret order of gods at the college who kee [...]


  • Mythology, gods and goddesses not always my choice of story However, I enjoyed this one I would actually go 3.75 stars I volunteered to review this book for the author and it rang a lot of my favorite bells dominance, some bearable torture, humiliation, non con and dubious consent, even enslavement of a sort The author has a good grasp of the mythological world she has built If I have any question it is about the reason for the school at the Temple of Power, where all of the story takes place Ma [...]


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