Alice’s Sexual Discovery in a Wonderful Land by Liz Adams
Having read the original Alice in Wonderland, as well as the sequel (and the movies), and having loved them all, I couldn’t help but pick up this little gem. Liz Adams is a first class writer, with a heck of an imagination and a libido to match.
Alice has never experienced an orgasm, and never has she felt that loss more keenly than when trying to express her interest in childhood heart-throb, her family’s gardener, Jack. When she falls down the rabbit hole and enters into this strange new Wonderland, this singular shortcoming becomes her driving challenge to overcome. From one lover to the next, one highly-charged erotic situation to the next, we get to follow Alice in pursuit of the big O. You don’t have to be a fan of the original story to keep up with and fall in love with this author’s rendition. This is not your grandmother’s Harlequin. You won’t find your standard-issue, color-by-numbers romance anywhere in these pages, but I loved this book anyway and I thought the ending particularly wonderful. This story is both fun and funny, strangely modern and yet with a Victorian-era feel to the description, and sexy as hell to read. I can definitely recommend it to anyone in search of GOOD erotica. I can’t imagine anyone being disappointed in this book! 5 Stars