M/M erotica, sci-fi
3000 words (approximate)
I am back to sharing from The Stable Boy's Roughneck Ride, which is the first book in the Cloned Heat series. You can read the first chapter from this book here.
You can read the previous MFRW Snippet here:
When Pingucury raiders attack their rig, hunky roughneck clone foreman Iker and his equally buff pal Peregrine are forced to flee. The friends encounter Ohannes, a sweet and submissive pleasure clone who offers them shelter.
“You’re Hangiri riggers,” the young man noted. “I’m glad to see you. I’m Ohannes Herod Hertz. I was the stable boy here at Blackwood Ranch.”
“Stable boy?” Iker inquired, eyeing Ohannes suspiciously. “Where are the animals?”
“I set them free. The Pingucury treat animals with more respect than humans.”
Why am I such a tease?
I am aware that some of you feel that my 8-10 sentence snippets are too brief, but this is what is considered appropriate for most other blog hops that I participate in. The Cloned Heat stories are approximately 3000 words each. If I shared an entire chapter every time, I'd share close to the entire book in a month. I'm not going to do that.
You can read the full first chapters from each new Cloned Heat book during MFRW Steam/MFRW Retweet day.
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Everybody treats animals with more respect than humans.ReplyDelete
Book Hooks used to be only 8 to 10 - or close to that. You do you.
True. I always say that I like most people one on one, but I despise the human race.Delete
Interesting but about freeing the animalsReplyDelete