Alice is all grown up. Running the Mad Hatter’s Cupcakery and Tea Shoppe is a delicious job, until fate–and a fairy godmother with a weakness for bad boys–throws her a curveball. Now, Alice is the newest resident of Wonderland, where the Mad Hatter fuels her fantasies and thrills her body with his dark touch.
The Mad Hatter may have a voice and a body made for sex, but he takes no lovers. Ever. But a determined fairy godmother has forced Alice into Wonderland–and his arms. Now, as desire and madness converge, the Hatter must decide if he will fight the fairy godmother’s mating–or fight for Alice.
An extremely engrossing and addicting read, this rendition of Alice in Wonderland can probably cause massive fandoms. Marie Hall makes her characters so real, you would seriously doubt if they really are in the real world or not. Having serious problems with mental stability, Mad Hatter is in his way to the point of no return, and only his Alice can save him. His Alice is a descendant of one of his past Alices who was better off as a very bad memory. Following the twists and turns of the multi-dimensional and multi-twisted plot, leaves the reader wanting to know and to read more. References to Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland movie adds to the quirkiness and humor of the book. As the first installment of the Kingdom series, this book whets the reader’s appetite for more.
I was provided a copy of the book by BTS eMag for the purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review—all conclusions are my own responsibility