SINtendo Taterhead

Adult Taboo Erotica
Bored, Tate really just wanted his older sister Leah to do something fun. But when nerdy Leah has college prep work to do, she dismisses him with the lovable nickname Taterhead. That nickname inspires his decision while browsing a gaming forum. Users and developers upload niche games there, all free to try, and someone uploaded a game called Taterhead. More

Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf lrf pdb txt html

First 20% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
About Kris Kreme

Kris P. Kreme is an author of online erotica, having written hundreds of stories in every theme imaginable for the past twenty years. His work, like his name, is fresh and hot daily, leaving readers often glazed to their seats with what twist and turn the tale will take next. Comedic stories or tales of horror, you will find something of all genres to appeal to every possible mood or kink.

Kris, who is most famously known not just for mind control erotica, but breast expansion, bimbo-creating, slut-making, and even giantess tales and comics.

So whether you are wanting a simple story of overwhelming seduction of innocence or a tale with legend and myth, where everything from demons, leprechauns, or even the Easter Bunny make an appearance, you can find a bit of everything served up from Kris P. Kreme.

Learn more about Kris Kreme
About the Series: SINtendo September 2020
In spite of everything that’s happening in 2020, there’s one thing that comes like clockwork no matter what… A month of all new SINtendo stories including new Alternate Worlds stories, new SINtech Tales with Julie James getting closer to revenge against SINtech, brand new SINtendo games, new SINtendo VR, new SINtendo Apps, new SINtendo driven gender bending mind blowing twists and turns for gaming, and presenting for the first time the SINtendo version of D&D!

Also in Series: SINtendo September 2020

About the Series: SINtendo
The video game that can do... anything. And does.

Also in Series: SINtendo

Also by This Author

Reviews

This book has not yet been reviewed.
Report this book