Review: Mad Hatter’s Alice by Kelliea Ashley

Mad Hatter’s Alice by Kelliea Ashley
Series:  Wonderland Tales
Release Date:  July 31, 2014
Publisher: Breathless Press
Pages: 34
Source: book provided by the publisher for review



A fall down the rabbit hole ends in a journey of self-discovery and love for one lucky Alice.

Alice Grace has never lived up to her name, so it’s no wonder she ends up falling off a mountain during a team-building weekend. When she lands, Alice finds herself in Wonderland with her hands full of a sexy Mad Hatter with one thing on his mind–claiming and keeping his Alice.


Review:  I really love the characters and the storyline. Alice Grace, the lead female character, has a smart mouth and sassy attitude. She meets a handsome, successful man, Wayne Quinton, while she is on a business adventure with her co-workers.

I enjoyed this book until I was about 60% through. It began following the exact storyline of Alice in Wonderland. I was very disappointed that Kelliea Ashley had a great story going then switched to an exact replica of another story. I felt like it could have been more original.However, it soon took a turn back to originality before it ended.

Despite this, I thought the characters were absolutely amazing. Most of the events were realistic and enjoyable. Some parts were laugh out loud funny.