We now feature:
The new YA series for kids and teens who are facing getting braces or already dealing with them!
Brooke in Braces
Braces. So many kids get them, but there are so few books that really describe what that means – what getting and having them is like. In Brooke in Braces Cathy Aimes takes up the challenge and has written the ultimate novel about having braces as a tween and teen. Readers go through the entire experience with the delightful Brooke Dilston, from the time she learns that she will be getting braces to when she is finished with the active part of her treatment.
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Dr. Samantha Wrighting is the fictional Intraoral Press house orthodontist, and these novels and story collections describe the experiences of some of her patients.
Braces and Beyond
Like many kids, Courtney had braces. The impression it made on her lingered, but only when she gets an unusual inheritance from her grandmother can she fully explore what having braces means. In Braces and Beyond, Courtney finds a portal to as many other worlds as she wants – but there's one above all others that she keeps getting drawn back to.
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or any of the international Amazons (UK, Germany, Netherlands, etc.)
Braced in Wedlock
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or any of the international Amazons (UK, Germany, etc.)
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A Bracing Life
In A Bracing Life: The Dr. Samantha Wrighting Interview author Catherine Aimes talks with Dr.Wrighting about her life, career and especially about braces. Conversation topics include: Braced Beginnings - Embracing Orthodontics - Developing a Personal Style - The Psychology of Treatment - The Role of the Parents - A Patient Community - Across the Ages - Patient Selection - Bracing Decisions - Braces: Fixed Appliances - Braces: Removable Appliances - Braces: Headgear - After Braces - Braced Culture - Braces and Sex - The Braced Future.
The Braced Experience
A collection of ten orthodontic stories, these case studies from the offices of Dr. Samantha Wrighting each describe The Braced Experience.
Love and Braces
Sylvia's father is a dentist, and her one big act of teen rebellion was to refuse to get braces.
Now that she's finished college she has second thoughts, and when her parents offer to pay for them she agrees to get braces after all.
Even when the braces come off, there are still retainers to deal with. Lauren gets hers just before her 15th birthday and in Retainer Girl describes the adjustments she has to make on what is one more step along the way to growing up — and getting and keeping her perfect smile.
Our series of Erotic Orthodontic Encounters aims to bring our more mature readers stories of passion, lust and love, all in the face of the obstacle that braces always are.
Living the Braced Fantasy
Living the Braced Fantasy – the orthodontic Fifty Shades of Grey!
Bracing Times with Cecilia
Cecilia is a junior in college. On the one hand, she’s beautiful, from a wealthy family, smart and charming. On the other hand … she has braces. Roger is torn, attracted to everything about her — but her braces are impossible to overlook. Drawn to one another, they begin a relationship — but Cecilia’s orthodontic issues and then her demands don’t make it easy for Roger.
The Braced Tease
Carl is almost thirteen, an age where all sorts of new sensations and emotions and urges have to be dealt with. On top of that he gets braces, causing more inner turmoil and more embarrassment about facing girls. A few days after he gets them he gets to spend a few hours alone with fifteen-year-old Isabella, who remembers what it was like to have braces and takes advantage of Carl's situation to tease and play with him. Carl can't believe the highs and lows he experiences in this short encounter, as he learns that having braces is even more perplexing than he ever thought possible.
Avia is in her early twenties, and for a year now she has had braces and everything that goes with them: no boyfriend, no romance, no sex. Now, on the last day of her vacation trip, she meets Raphael and he invites her for dinner. Is it the prelude to something more, or just more of the same? Can he really be interested in her, notwithstanding the braces? Catherine Aimes's new short novel weaves together the two stories of one unlikely night, the reader shuttled back and forth between what goes through Avia and Raphael's minds and all the surprises, passion and disappointments they encounter along the way.
Our series of Dr. Samantha Wrighting shorts are shorter works exclusively available as ebooks and on Kindle
Lights, Camera, Braces!
Twelve-year-old Ellenor plays Tabitha 'Tabs' Martin on the new hit TV series, Family Does It, but when Ellenor has to get braces, so does Tabitha....
Madison wants to put off having braces until she's fifteen - but will her parents and her orthodontist, Dr.Wrighting, let her?
And does she miscalculate in deciding to go through high school wearing braces?
A short, intense account of facing getting orthodontic headgear.
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