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Immerse yourself in the sexy, fun prequel to Seduction of a King and discover how The Mad Hatter took his first steps into Wonderland.

Night falls on Chicago and the sexy, charismatic Kayden Daniels is on the prowl for a man. Addicted to a life of fame and one-night stands, Kayden has no desire for a relationship. Fate however has other plans. An innocent encounter with a handsome man in a bar will test Kayden's ethics, break his rules of engagement and propel him to an ancient land filled with desires of its own.

Come with me down the Rabbit hole boys and girls to a Wonderland you've never met before.

WARNING: This book contains Men on Men action.

©2013 David Metheny (P)2014 David Metheny

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  • CLINTON, MS, United States
  • 02-21-14

Not erotica, not good, confusing

This story is not erotica. It had 2 vague, semi-explicit, very brief sex scenes & only in the early part of the story. Instead, the story spent way too much time on a talking-cat. Then it skipped to another land, presumably “wonderland,” and I was lost until several minutes later. And by then, I didn’t care. So I struggled to even follow the story. More than once, I wondered if this story was a combination of tales. This take on Alice on Wonderland failed utterly. And, to make things worse, the narrator’s over-pronunciation of T’s was excruciating, otherwise he was okay. I listened to the entire story in hopes that it would improve and to have my review be of the whole story. And yep, it was bad…consistently.

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