As a beautiful blonde in a seductively slinky dark red dress wanders a bustling mall looking for her friend, will the encounters she has and the strange little black cards she hands out have everyone getting exactly what they wanted this year for Christmas?
Mary may be looking for her friend, but there’s more behind her trip to the mall than just socializing. An awkward loser of a teen Tate, and a submissive man in a frustrating marriage Lester are about to find out they can finally take what they always wanted.
When the days grow short and the world seems crazy, it could be just another holiday shopping season… or it could be the Kremey Zone saying Mary Krismas!
The mall is always crowded around Christmas, but never has a crowded mall seen such random chaos as a beautiful woman named Mary is about to unleash.
Supposedly looking for her friend, Mary is about as gorgeous a woman as many have ever seen, her long golden blonde hair, a tight-fitting dark red dress that shows plenty of amazing cleavage, and a sultry look in her eyes one could trip over staring at. But is Mary purposely choosing who she asks whether they have seen her friend, a supposedly pregnant attractive redhead?
Tate is just a high school loser in the last of his loser years, using the anonymity of the bustling crowd to appreciate his longtime crush Brandy, a girl currently hanging out with Jennifer, an equally beautiful Asian girl from school near the glass mall elevators. But when Mary catches Tate by surprise, asking the gawking teen if he has seen her friend, is there more to her whispered suggestions in Tate’s ear upon seeing where his true interest lies? Pressing a little black card into his hands, Tate barely reads what is on it before being possessed to take what he truly wants this year for Christmas… to take again and again, and so he is off to do just that with Brandy and Jennifer.
And as Mary’s search continues for her friend, she finds Lester, a submissive husband standing there holding his pretty wife’s purse outside a changing room in a clothing store. But will a lot more change when Mary whispers the truth about his wife to Lester, again pressing a black card into his hands. Barely reading the gold script on that card has Lester seeing his wife in new ways, seeing new opportunities to make money instead of having her spend it this Christmas.
Will Mary ever find her friend? Just who is that friend, and why is Mary giving out those little black cards? When the world seems just a little bit off, when reality seems to seamlessly spill over into fantasies, perhaps that’s just a message from The Kremey Zone… and that message is Mary Krismas!
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