Category: Reader’s Choice 2021

It’s only hair dye Readers

Bredhead by Kris P. Kreme

Jessica is lucky she has a good friend Lola to help her through the messy breakup with a creep like Vince. Even if Lola has always been the bold one of their friendship, Jessica can agree that changing her look might be a good thing, if only to throw off Vince from stalking her. And …

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Readers watch fashion change

Bound and Determined by Kris P. Kreme

Marianne always worked hard, but never expected her work to impress the VP of the company. When VP Lance offers to personally introduce her to board members at the office summer party, of course Marianne accepts. Only after does she realize she has no fancy party dress and no money until pay day to even …

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It’s Inspiring Readers

Inspiration by Kris P. Kreme

Savannah Simmons is so talented at writing she already has a full scholarship to a prestigious university, and yet her final assignment in advanced fiction writing may just redefine much more than her future. Sitting in a diner, seeking inspiration to touch a darkness inside herself, to create something truly twisted and bold for the …

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Things are developing Readers

Developing New Interests by Kris P. Kreme

Amelia has always been the most intelligent girl in school, and she could have graduated early if it weren’t for her own embarrassment about never looking her age. Where other girls developed at least some curves, Amelia with her red hair pulled up can often be mistaken for a little boy. When she researches and …

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Readers don’t stay on the Bench

Benched by Kris P. Kreme

Usually thriving on staying busy, when Melinda Fox is forced to deal with a real headache, cleaning up a mess at her company she tried to warn them about, the only thing that might help is some fresh air in the park across the street. How could she ever know that the recently cleaned up …

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Readers look to the Kosmos

Intergalactic Gas Prices by Kris P. Kreme

It turns out every species in the universe deals with one common problem… gas prices. But luckily Triniglorf knows how to get past those ridiculous charges fueling stations around the galaxy want to charge. Many years ago he made a stop on earth, discovering they had vast quantities of “fuel”, all produced by what humans …

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Readers look for compatibility

Compatible by Kris P. Kreme

There are plenty of ways Kyle would rather assure his girlfriend Kayleigh they are compatible. Unfortunately she believes not everything is about sex. Using a compatibility application on the computer, one recommended by her meddling friend Jill, both Kyle and Kayleigh fill in all the requested information. They go to sleep as the results will …

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Readers look for the latest SINtendo game

SINtendo Twisted Tablet Time by Kris P. Kreme

In a Readers Choice Month first, readers will finally be offered an actual choice while reading. Kendra just wanted to hang out with her brother and his friend watching them play games. Kellan knew how distracting his sister can be, especially to his buddies, so he gives her his tablet saying she can go play …

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Stay in the deep end Readers

Swim Safe by Kris P. Kreme

Intending to keep his family pool every bit as sanitized and clean, safe for his family as a post-pandemic world requires, Henry may have gone too far in seeking out a product called Swim Safe. When Swim Safe promises all-natural cleaning and enhancing effects, it may just be more than Henry’s teenage daughter Jennifer is …

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There’s some bad behavior Readers

Berry Bad Behavior by Kris P. Kreme

Nick has always been the guy girls enjoy being around, which is probably why his girlfriend Alison, his sister Taylor, and her best friend Maya are enjoying the hike into the woods for a camping trip this summer. But if Nick is the reason they are enjoying themselves, his tagging along loser of a roommate …

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Readers can Chill this month

Chill Out by Kris P. Kreme

Laura Naples never doubted her decision to be a teacher, even creatively managing the pandemic with remote learning. But summer school to make sure students are ready for their senior year might just offer some doubts… especially after the air conditioning in the school goes down. It’s one thing dealing with frustrating students; it’s another …

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That might be a little too enviro-mental

Reduced by Kris P. Kreme

Recycled introduced us to the Recyclatron 3000, a highly advanced processing machine of the not too distant future which could make anything into anything else, and ended up making one unfortunate girl a real doll of a person. ReUsed showed that the Recyclatron 3000 could make Halloween costumes more extreme than ever, just temporary… unless …

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There’s something Under Cover for Readers

Under Cover by Kris P. Kreme

James Landon, top CIA agent, has a highly important undercover assignment. After years of remaining elusive, notorious international sex trade criminal Dimitri Ramirez has surfaced. But for James to get close enough to plant a tracking dot on Ramirez, he will need to go undercover in ways no agent ever has using a classified piece …

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Good narration is important to Readers

Narrated Again by Kris P. Kreme

Megan was always thin. Some might say a little too thin. But when she wakes up one summer morning before she wanted to climb out of bed, the innocent thin girl may find herself a slave to someone or something’s depraved story about where her life is headed. Face to voice with a demon called …

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