“Are you a - monster, sir?”
The Lapinearle snorted. “Men call us monsters, sometimes. We might call them monsters. Many names they give us: monster, faerie, sprite. They are all of them ill-fitting. We are merely the eldest children of earth. Long before Man we were, and long after Man has driven us from the world up-top, still we are, here, in this place - and I am Master.”
“Sir, what is this place. If I might ask?”
The Lapinearle paused. He looked at Alyson long and searchingly before he answered. “The name of this place, Alyson, is Wonderlust.”
Welcome to Wonderlust
All four Wonderlust books – A Game of Cat and Rabbit, A Hookah-Smoking Caterpillar, A Girl for Tea and The Red Queen's Gambit – bundled together in a single volume.
For Alyson, the prospects her society offers her as a young woman hold little appeal: join her family in the colonies, with the inevitability of marriage; or remain in England, a resented guest of her older male guardian. Small wonder that she retreats into a world of books and fantasy.
Then a picnic outing and the pursuit of a white rabbit lead her into a bizarre, new world, at once beguiling and frightening. Peopled by strange, inhuman creatures such as Alyson had never imagined - lustful beings who have no hesitation in acting on their most carnal desires.
The seductive, teasing Cheshire Cat; water nymphs who sport with otters; the mad girl, Milliner and her friends, and their erotic tea party; fairy queens and donkey-men; and, of course, the terrible, icy Queen and her dungeon.
From the moment she enters Wonderlust, Alyson finds, not just her innocence, but her imagination challenged. She experiences pleasure and pleasurable pain such as she had never imagined.
Alyson will be changed forever - but if she makes it out of this bizarre world of inhuman lust, she just might have found the strength to change her own world.
“This is Wonderlust, Alyson” grinned the Cheshire Cat. “We’re all monsters here.”
More than just the Alice legend, with an erotic twist: Wonderlust encompasses not only the fantasy world of Alice, but also elements of many other classics of 19th century (and earlier) English fantastic literature, and literary figures, all given a dark and adult twist.
WARNING: This Book contains adult strong sexual and explicit content. For ages 18 and up only