Alice's Sexual Discovery in a Wonderful Land, an erotic version of Alice in Wonderland, is Liz Adams' debut novella. It is NOT an erotic romance; it is raw, relentless erotica. Warning: This portrayal of Alice contains her sexual discoveries with hot, strong men and their unique, fantastic talents: M/F, M/F/M/F, M/F/M/M/M/M/M/M/M/M/M/M, and lots of sex with strangers! If you listen to this book and its steamy, explicit sexual content, the Cheshire cat won't be the only one wearing a wicked grin. For 18 years and older.
Having returned from university for the holidays, Alice can't shake the truth: She's still in love with her childhood crush Jack, the buff and handsome gardener. But as inexperienced as she is with the fine art of sexuality, and having never been able to achieve the big O, will she ever be good enough to satisfy Jack? A fall deep down a well takes her to an erotic Wonderland fairy tale where she can do her due diligence at learning how to please a man and how to achieve orgasm. She shares her sexual discoveries with a young man named "Rabbit" who likes to explore, a group of strong villagers, a "Caterpillar" who has more hands than Alice can handle, a Mad Hatter who finds Alice's exquisite weakness, and a whole host of talented characters. All lead to the Queen and her majesty's dark secret. Will Alice's sexual discovery be just the thing to snag her desired man, Jack? And will her erotic fairy tale help her discover the key to her own pleasure?
just eh. anticlimactic and confusing. it tried to be interesting and at times it was, but it was all over the place. just at it began to get good in the storyline, it ended, and the ending was a let down.