An Assassin’s Deception is the second book in The Huntress duology/series by A.K. Koonce & Harper Wylde.
Trigger / Content Warnings: Sexual Scenes, Blood
As a rogue assassin, all the rules I used to live by have changed.
I find myself working with four sexy assassin’s who test all of my self-control. Dedicating my life to a greater cause, I’m thrown into a new case – one meant to help rather than harm. If I can just save this missing girl, I know that I’ll be able to make a new life for myself. A life with these men who have become important to me.
It feels so obtainable.
Until my case makes an interesting twist. Everywhere I turn, the League is right there, luring me back into its darkness.
Can I save the girl? Can I truly live outside the League? Or will I lose myself and everything that matters to me while trying?
This is a reverse harem series, recommended for readers 18 and over.
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“Reverse harem” is, literally, the opposite of “harem”, with a group of males centering round a singular female, usually with three or more males. Quite often found under the romance genre.
I, for some reason, put off reading An Assassin’s Deception for a while. I believe I put off reading this sequel because I enjoyed the first book, An Assassin’s Death, more than I thought I would–and I wanted to like An Assassin’s Deception as well.. Continue reading