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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.