Cloned Heat III: An Unexpected Ally #MFRWHooks #RainbowSnippets #SnipSun #8Sunday


M/M erotica, sci-fi

3000 words 

Content Advisory:
BDSM, group sex, cliffhanger


Carnal Invasion II found fugitive Hangiri roughnecks Iker Macauley and Peregrine Varga en route to the monastery with the sweet and sexy pleasure clone Ohannes Herod Hertz. Ohannes wanted more of the good stuff he’d been served up the night before and Iker found himself unable to resist the lithe Lothario.

The fellows were caught with their pants down by a rogue military patrol who took them back to their base where they were introduced to the renegade scientist, General Darden Uffe Bissette, and his strangely seductive amphibious pleasure clone, Finn Storm. Ohannes quickly fell under Finn’s spell and it appeared that the siren easily held everyone but Iker and Peregrine in his sway.

Iker and Peregrine now discover that they have an ally in Colonel Zaccheus Laocoön Ionescu. But will they be able to save Ohannes from Finn’s enchantment?


As Iker and Peregrine searched the laboratory for a way to safely tranquilize their captors, they were surprised by the appearance of Colonel Ionescu.

“Me tink maybe me find you boys here,” the jovial soldier said with a smirk, nearly causing Iker to drop the vial he was holding.

“Now look, Partner, we don’t want any trouble,” Iker advised. “It’s true that you are large and combat-trained, but there are two of us, and we ain’t no slouches when it comes to a fight.”

“Me not here to stop you,” Ionescu demurred. “But you not know what you be seekin’. Me do. Me just wantin’ me squad back. You can see Bissette be an egomaniac, but he ain’t who’s really in charge here.”

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  1. And no doubt the person who is really in charge is well protected. They always are.

  2. Ionescu's arrival takes the scene off in a different direction. It'll be interesting to see where he leads.

  3. Drat! A cliffhanger! Inquiring minds need to know!

  4. A little puzzled why this officer speaks in sort of a pidgin tongue to them...but with only snippets of course the flow of the story is hard to follow.You certainly have built in some complex plot twists and turns!

  5. Sounds like things are not all as they seem.

  6. Interesting dialect he speaks. I like it. It's as different from :-)

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  7. So all is not as its seems. Really interesting snippet.

  8. Tense-filled moment. I wonder who is really in charged.

  9. Two complications and he knows the answers to what they should be looking for and who's in charge. Interesting snippet.

  10. You never know who your friends are...!

  11. Great set up. Not sure about Bissette, but Finn sounds fabulous

  12. Interesting excerpt. Seems like the two main characters are going to need all of the allies they can find!


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