Thursday, November 8, 2012

BDSM Challenge: Fifty Shades of Alice in Wonderland by Melinda DuChamp


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Title: Fifty Shades of Alice in Wonderland
Author: Melinda DuChamp
Source: Self Purchased
Genre: Paranormal Romance (Fairy Tale)
Length: Novella
Release Date : July 22, 2012
Reviewer: Jasmyn

BEYOND 50 SHADES OF GREY...

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.

BEYOND THUNDERDOME...

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.










The blurb about this really caught my eye and being a fan of Alice in Wonderland, I couldn't resist picking it up.  It delivered on so many different ways, I'm not even sure where to begin.  Contained a little bit of everything, from bondage and light whipping, to oral, to sex chairs, there was a way it made it seem so very normal and everyday. 

I have heard some people say it's not a serious romance, and I would very much disagree with them.  Alice, her boyfriend Louis, and their sexual problems are what leads Alice to Wonderland to begin with and the ending was quite a satisfying conclusion.  The subject is handled with quite a bit of humor and the occassional pun (yes, pun).  It had me laughing, blushing, and considering deep thoughts all at the same time.  It takes some talented storytelling to accomplish that.

You get to meet all the classic characters, attend a tea party, and even play croquet with the Queen.  I only wish I already owned the second in the series so I could have jumped right into it.  If you are looking for a fun non-threatening look at the BDSM world, this is the perfect read for you.




1 comment:

  1. Hmm, the premise, the blurb & your review have convinced me to take a closer look at this one. Thanks!

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