M/M erotica, sci-fi
While fleeing fearsome Pingucury raiders, hunky roughnecks Iker Macauley and Peregrine Varga encountered Ohannes Hertz, a pleasure clone left for dead at Lord Gabriel Blackwood's ranch. The grateful Ohannes offered the pair a place to hide and refresh themselves, and the trio became intimately acquainted.
Iker and Peregrine hope to get Ohannes to the safety of the monastery before they return to company headquarters for their new assignment, but their mission is interrupted by a group of randy renegade soldiers under the command of the rogue general Darden Bissette.
Finn Storm is an amphibious pleasure clone created by Bissette to fulfill his merman fantasies. Finn is full of surprises and Ohannes swiftly falls under the seductive siren's spell.
“I’ll hurry,” Ohannes promised. “I just want to see if I can
find some jewelry and maybe a shirt or a jacket, just a memento to remind me of
Master Blackwood and connect me to him so I’ll see him again someday.”
“I hope this kid’s romantic notions don’t wind us up in a
pack of trouble,” Iker muttered to Peregrine as Ohannes searched through his
master’s opulent suite for keepsakes. “Do you think his master had real
feelings for him? You looked at the roster. Blackwood had thirteen pretty clone
boys to serve the desires of himself and his guests. He passed Skinny around
like a party favor. I think he might have been proud of his sexy little
investment, but I doubt they had a soul bond. Boy’s fooling himself if he
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Snippet makes me feel for Ohannes.ReplyDelete
I feel bad for Ohannes. I'd guess that the other two aren't far from the truth of it.ReplyDelete
You've built a very creative world around the clones. I enjoyed learning more about it today.ReplyDelete
Poor Ohannes. Made to serve, not to feel.ReplyDelete
Well at least they're kind enough not to shatter the person's illusions! I have to wonder though if the clone is as innocent as he seems. This searching for a memento thing seems fishy...but maybe that's my own author brain at work LOL.ReplyDelete
Poor Ohannes. Your world building with clones has me intrigued.ReplyDelete
Poor, deluded Ohannes.ReplyDelete
nteresting concept for a storyReplyDelete
Interesting excerpt. A clone that can live underwater? Sounds like a designer clone--but how warped are you to create beings simply because you can, without regard to what kind of life they'll have? I'm intrigued.ReplyDelete
Poor, Ohannes. I hope he finds someone more loving.ReplyDelete
I think we're all in agreement--poor Ohannes. So deluded.ReplyDelete