Everyone has heard of Chaos Theory, that one random act of nature here can affect another random event elsewhere on the planet. But what about people? People are part of nature. What if a bizarre sexual act one place led to another thousands of miles away? And what if the warning signs of that imminent change were as subtle as a directed breeze traveling the jetstream?
This is the story of four such events, each unrelated and yet connected. A woman in Los Angeles waits for a light to change so she and the others waiting can cross the street. But more than the light changes, and no one seems much interested in crossing the street.
A family of four shops on a humid day in New England, but their purchases seem less interesting than the sudden intense moral bankruptcy they each show as well as the need for a clean up on aisle four.
A young couple outside a theater one night find the wind picking up. The girl discovers all too quickly that being thin and a poster girl are not quite all they are cracked up to be. But her boyfriend seems to find it swell.
And finally, a couple out on makeout point discover that sometimes stuffing yourself might not be the most responsible act in the world, though it can be fun depending on what you get stuffed with.
Random events, or proof that Chaos Theory is at work and the effects are quickly worsening? You decide.
Chaos is a common trait in Kris P. Kreme stories, and this time the chaos is based in fact. Everyone knows the story if a butterfly flaps its wings in a jungle somewhere, rain may form in the northern hemisphere. But perhaps not everyone knows the simple idea that if a dramatic change happens to a woman in one part of the world, maybe an equally or even more dramatic shift of personality and behavior occurs elsewhere.
Chaos is presented here in four seemingly random events, all connected by literal winds of change sweeping across the planet. Does one lead to the other or do they all simply happen as a result of some force in nature. You can decide in this anthology story featuring mental and physical transformations to new extremes and perversities. From a business woman becoming a sex-hungry bimbo, to a family of four with normal down to earth values becoming the lowest in morals, to more swelling stories, Chaos Theory is classic Kris P. Kreme with added bonuses. The visuals are always intense, the changes just as unique and yet somewhat expected by the time they begin.
Based in randomness and true chaos, the story keeps the reader guessing as the changes occur, each equally bizarre and each striking a different kink.