Cloned Heat V Available Now from KU #MFRWHooks #RainbowSnippets #SnipSun #8Sunday


M/M erotica, sci-fi

3000 words (approximate)

Mature Content Advisory:
This post contains no explicit erotic content. The book that it is excerpted from contains explicit descriptions of erotic activity between consenting adults and is intended for mature readers only.


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.


“These monks are either as horny as the rest of us plebes or that’s a weapon,” Iker quipped.

“Me suppose us either find out easy way or hard way,” Colonel Ionescu suggested.

“I vote for the easy way. I’m tired as hell after our little wrestling match with our mind-fucked comrades. Any other time I’d be up for playing rough with this buff pleasure clone and his buddies, but tonight’s not that night.”

“Me hearin’ you,” Ionescu agreed. He turned to address the temple guard.

Where to Buy

Free from Kindle Unlimited or 99 cents to own

You can also get a PDF version of each Cloned Heat Cliffhanger every month by becoming a Naughty Netherworld Press Patron for as little as $1 per month.

Hop To It!

The Icky, Sticky, Nit-Picky Legalese If You Please (Or Don't Please)

Creative Commons License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

This work is the intellectual property of Naughty Netherworld Press/Poetry of the Netherworld.

Reblogging is acceptable on platforms that allow it. Odysee’s reblog function is called repost, which makes things confusing since reposting is considered a no-no on most platforms. It’s fine to share the post using the repost function on Odysee. It is not okay to copy-paste the material into a new post.

Sharing a link to the post is acceptable.

Quoting portions of the post for educational or review purposes is acceptable if proper credit is given.

Want more?

Get it here!


  1. You're such a tease, Cie!

    Sounds like another steamy installment.

  2. Wrestling with pleasure clones . . . a dirty job, but someone's got to do it!

  3. I like how you're using their speech to characterize these two.

  4. "...but tonight’s not that night.” At least he's keeping his head about him! Beware the bite. :-) Goof snippet!


I try to get comments published as quickly as possible. I have ADHD and anxiety and sometimes I need to work myself up to be able to respond to comments. I don't always reply to comments on my blog, but I do try to visit as many people as possible when I participate in blog hops. I share your work on the monthly Roost Recommendations posts at so others can discover your work. I do read and appreciate your comments.
Sorry, the Captcha is back and this time it's staying. I was inundated with spam comments when I turned it off. I wish butt rash on all the spammers out there.

Ornery Literary Services Featuring CHEAP PROOFREADING and BOOK REVIEWS

  Free use image by Marisa Sias on Pixabay Hello everyone, I've been dealing with a lot of personal stuff, so I haven't been around ...