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Title: Claimed by the Order
Author: J. Johanis
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.
Marduk finds refuge in the young god Anu-Akad. Delivering Akad to the order would earn Marduk his freedom, but Marduk struggles to keep his love affair hidden from the Order. Will his efforts be in vain? He failed to save himself. Is he strong enough to save his lover?
Advisory: Contains portrayals of m/m sex, violence, non-con, & abuse. Intended for mature readers
Character Interview with Aya
J: Welcome Aya. I’m so glad you agreed to do this interview with me.
Aya: Thanks for having me.
J: smiles I guess I should start out by having you introduce yourself.
Aya: Okay. My name is Aya, and I’m the Egyptian dream god. Well, I guess I’m kinda retired now, but thousands of years ago mortals relied on me to bring them dreams.
J: That sounds fascinating. Can you tell us how your powers work?
Aya: Sure. As a dream god, my job was to deliver dreams to mortals. A lot of times these dreams were messages from the gods. I also transported dreams from mortals to the gods. I can also dream walk, which is a form of seeing back in time. I’m able to go to any time period and see the events that happened.
J: That’s amazing. As you know the next book in my S-God series is called Dream God. Since you’re the star of the book, I think you’re going to have to take me to ancient times so I can do some research.
Aya: laughs I don’t like doing it, but I’ll be glad to take you back.
J: Great. Before you leave, I should let you know that so many people who have read Claimed by the Order have told me they liked you the best. Why do you think readers like you so much?
Aya: blushes I don’t know. Maybe mortals sympathize with me because I’m not a powerful god. I’m not strong like Marduk and Akad, so maybe I appear more like a mortal. That’s just a guess though.
J: Maybe that’s it or maybe they just think you’re cute.
J: Thanks for coming, Aya.
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