The Lost Kreme #6: SINtendo Whee POP!

Adult Taboo Erotica
Kaitlyn Stewart was house sitting for a family in her neighborhood when she discovered a SINtendo Whee in their closet. Bored, figuring it might be a fun way to pass the time, she hooked it up, finding a game called Whee Pop! that seemed worth trying. Unfortunately, she discovered once you start playing a SINtendo game, you can't stop until the game is over. 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: SINtendo September
A month of stories all in the world of SINtendo!

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About the Series: The Lost Kreme
Every so often a Kreme Tale goes wandering off alone, before readers have a chance to enjoy it, before ever reaching you, the reader. Those tales often are found sneakily hiding in the forest, but thankfully, the Kreme has been hunting for them and now brings them to light...

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

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