Eighteen-year-old Alice is unhappy. Her boyfriend is nice and polite, but he's also quick and careless in bed, and doesn't give Alice the attention and variety she craves. But he's not entirely to blame, because Alice herself doesn't understand her own needs. She's heard about what sex is supposed to be like, but has never felt anything remotely close to what she's read about in runaway bestselling books.
BEYOND 9 1/2 WEEKS...
Then Alice follows a vibrating white rabbit down a deep, dark hole, which leads to a place beyond her wildest imagination. There are no nice boys--or girls--down here. Only those who indulge in secret, forbidden, kinky fantasies.
BEYOND PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES...
Alice is confused and frightened and... aroused. She is bound. Teased. Spanked. Toyed. Brought to the limits of sexual endurance. And during her trials, she begins to understand her body's needs for the very first time.
This isn't the fairy tale you grew up reading. This isn't for children at all.
This is for those with dark desires, who wish to explore erotic excess beyond the plain vanilla of everyday life. Follow Alice down the rabbit hole, if you dare...
Fifty Shades of Alice in Wonderland is slightly longer than the Lewis Carroll version, roughly 32,000 words or 115 paper pages long. Melinda DuChamp is the pen name of bestselling author who has written over 50 novels, mostly romance.
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING:
"This is the funniest adult novel I've ever read!" - Anonymous
"A surprisingly intelligent, well-written parody, and also very hot." - A Different Anonymous
"Sexy as hell. This is really going to turn you on." - A turned-on woman who asked not to be named
"Wow! If you were disappointed in other books that claim to be titillating, here's the cure. You won't be able to put it down." - Jane Doe
"I love my Kindle, because no one around me knows what's on it. Reading this ebook feels like I'm doing something wicked and daring." - Jane Doe's friend
"You'll bookmark the whole thing. Trust me." - A satisfied reader
"My wife really benefited from me reading this." - A friend of the author
"Melinda DuChamp is my favorite author, because she came over and painted my house. Also, her book is pretty good." - The author's cousin
"I read it and returned it because I'm thrifty, but now I wish I'd kept it because there are some scenes I want to revisit." - A cheapskate
"Comic erotica! They should invent a new category called comerotica or erotomic. On second thought, that's pretty stupid." - A man with too much time on his hands
"My new safeword is DuChamp!" - An enlightened fan
"I read it in one sitting, then had to go to the Emergency Room for a priapism." - A man about to sue the author
"Strawberry is my favorite flavor." - A woman who likes strawberry
"I also like chocolate." - The same woman
Book #2: Fifty Shades of Alice Though the Looking Glass now available
Book #3: Fifty Shades of Alice at the Hellfire Club coming soon