Review – Order of Scorpions


Order of Scorpions



Ivy Asher


Reverse Harem


Six years ago, I awoke in a cage with no knowledge of who I was or where I’d come from.

Six years ago, I was spared the flesh markets and instead thrown in with a group of savages, where I learned it was fight or die.

Now, eight Orders of Assassins are converging on the only home I’ve ever known. All in hopes of purchasing new blade slaves for their ranks.

I’m for sale, yet all I want is a life far from death and ownership. Then I meet them, the Order of Scorpions.

Their allure is a threat to the freedom I crave, but I won’t fall victim to their sting, no matter how tempting it might be.

They want to own me, to claim me, but the Scorpions have no idea what they’ve bargained for.

They’re about to learn what venom flows in my veins. I don’t just bite…I destroy.


5stars rating

Wow, this book left me speechless! I devoured it from start to finish, staying up way too late (on more than one occasion) because I just had to know what happened next.

The story takes Auset on a wild journey, and the shift in focus mirrors her growth perfectly. The world-building is fantastic, and both the main and secondary characters feel incredibly real and engaging. The pacing is excellent, with steamy scenes that are well-written and don’t overshadow the plot. I love that the romance adds another layer, but the story retains much of the focus.

Despite its length, the book flew by. I was utterly engrossed and highly recommend it!