No good deed goes unpunished, an advice Celyn Kabar soon wishes she had heeded, for when trying to help she finds herself in the hands of a captor whose definition of good care involves cribs, diapers and supervised play time.
Kim's life is not easy. As she struggles in college, her lack of friends isn't helping, nor is the bleak financial situation her mother's illness left them in. Could a machine allowing her to return to the past be the answer to all her problems? Could this be a way back to easier times? Or are the results wilder than she could have imagined?
///A commission by Vended whose polishing is simply amazing!
Eager to show that the AR Virus regressing him to a toddler doesn't mean he needs any help, former teenager Ethan decides to remove some of his old stuff from the attic. Doing so he discovers a nearly forgotten old friend!
Josh is just supposed to look after his little sister Kelly and her two friends for a bit. What could go wrong?
This is the first part of a story I did for Areat. He had this great idea and helped a lot with many scenes as with correcting mistakes. A story with three parts.