There Goes the Neighborhood

Adult Taboo Erotica
Three best friends are chatting outside their homes one evening, ignoring the crazy lady across the street who always watches from her window. There's much more than gossip in the air tonight though, a meteor or something scaring them all and crashing in the woods nearby. The problem is aliens left them highly suggestible and now commonly said things are turning their lives upside down. More
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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.

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About the Series: Readers’ Scare Month
Things that go bump in the night are just the beginning when Halloween with the Kreme transforms into...

Readers' Scare Month

17 frightfully good new stories from the Kreme!

New bimbo horrors!

The return of Bimbo Bombed and Trance-tory!

A special double treat of SINtendo!

And, of course, Donnie returns to enjoy the time of the season and all of the mini-pizzas he can!

But the most shocking surprise of all is the return of Fertile Fields and a sequel to Disobedience!

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