In “The Siren’s Bite,” Colonel Ionescu revealed the truth about Finn to Iker and Peregrine. Meanwhile, Ohannes begged for Finn’s bite, becoming bonded to the amphibious pleasure clone.
General Bissette revealed that he was more slave than master to the sexy merman and was rewarded with a hearty spanking and a lusty romp with Ohannes. While Finn’s attentions were focused on directing the hot man-to-man action, Iker, Colonel Ionescu, and Peregrine put their rescue plan into action. Unfortunately, Peregrine was bitten by Finn and had to be subdued along with the other men.
Ionescu and Iker set out for the monastery, hoping to find a way to break Finn’s spell over their comrades.
The transport reached the monastery a couple of hours after nightfall as the men in the back were starting to stir. The artificial moon of Igrobos cast zircon light on the grounds. A slender, sinewy bald man in his mid-twenties stood guard.
The man was bare-chested save for a solar emblem held in place by black straps crossing over his shoulders and under his arms. He wore a gold shantap with an earth-toned overwrap embroidered with black and white webbing and secured at the waist with a white woven belt. A black cord terminating in a white, flared, cone-shaped object with raised ridges and protruding fringes hung from the cord.
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