SEEING THE OTHER SIDE OF WONDERLAND
Alice Hall is a reporter for The Daily Chronicle in Fayette and is asked to go to the small town of Wonderland and write a story about the town, to help drum up more tourism business. Her first business is to see Tara at the Queen of Tarts where she is given a tart and a fizzy drink that sets this tale into motion. Other businesses include Mr. White who owns an antique shop that specializes in pocket watches, Bay who runs The Mad Batter Bakery, a restaurant with décor after Tulgey Forest and a menu to match the story, one hotel. Then one secret business that will take Alice into another world of an erotic adventure of self-discovery.
The story is a delightful tale of Alice and her experience with Bay into a dominant and little scenario at a private club. When Alice snoops around, looking for the elusive “sex club” that Tara warns her about, she stumbles upon a secret door and enters into another world, one where “to be little is to be free.” Will Bay allow Alice “the freedom of being a child with no responsibilities” for a night? “Adulting was such hard work.” This is a fun age play adventure that allows a young woman the opportunity, away from everyone she knows, to explore her little side with a Papa.