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Oct 14 2015

Get stuck in an elevator Readers and see what happens!

Elevated Anxiety by Kris P. Kreme

Elevated Anxiety by Kris P. Kreme

Dressed as a sexy maid, eighteen year old Harmony was just sneaking out to a costume party some cool kids are throwing from school. Of course sneaking out from a high rise apartment can be difficult, especially when you become trapped on a broken down elevator with a stranger.

Is the stranger, a man named Randall, as friendly as he seems, or will Harmony soon find herself becoming much more friendly than she ever normally would, especially to a stranger?

 

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The biggest fears Harmony has are about to be realized all at once, though her priorities are not on fears but on avoiding getting caught as she sneaks out of her parent’s downtown apartment to hit a popular costume party the social elite in her school are throwing.

Harmony never had issues sneaking out when she and her parents lived in the suburbs, but that was back as a freshman and now she’s a senior, and worse her parents moved to a high rise apartment in the city which means sneaking out takes that much longer and there are that many more chances of getting caught.

Unfortunately for Harmony tonight, she won’t be caught by her parents but by something and someone totally different. The first is quite simply her worst fear, the elevator. If anything could go wrong and ruin her night of intended costumed fun, it’s a breakdown in the elevator and that is precisely what occurs midway down from the tenth floor.

Harmony finds herself trapped on an elevator dressed as a sexy maid, and she isn’t alone. At least the man seems friendly enough, certainly not as bad as if she’d been trapped with her parents or some creepy pervert.

Randall is a nice guy, joking and kidding, seeming to handle stress better than Harmony does. Living on twelve, he was only on the elevator so late at night because that is when he works, late at night, however as they begin to talk more during the frustration of the wait for help, Harmony notices that maybe there’s more to Randall than she first suspected.

As Harmony gets extremely sore in the heels of her costume, Randall’s offer of helping seems a bit odd to say the least, offering to carry her weight for a short while, basically holding her up so her feet can rest. Something about it seems off, but Harmony just isn’t fully aware what that might be, what might be the problem as Randall seems so genuinely disarming and friendly.

Much more than anxieties get elevated as her plans for a night of fun dressed in costume take a distinctly more adult twist, an adult named Randall guiding the way. But is there more to Randall than just his being fortunate enough to get trapped on the elevator with Harmony? Find out in the claustrophobic tale that demonstrates even the worst fears can be fun this Readers Scare Month.

 

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