on February 13th 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance, Rom-Com
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What if Alice didn’t fall down the rabbit hole, but instead, traveled through Lincoln Tunnel into another kind of Wonderland:New York City.
Alice Leighton may have stopped chasing rabbits a long time ago, but that doesn’t mean she’s not up for some grown up adventures. What’s not part of her Alice 2.0 plan: losing her head – and heart – to the rugged and enigmatic Dare Grangeworth.
Women go mad over him, but not Alice. No way. She may be curious, but she’s not stupid.
Now the man used to being pursued is the one doing the chasing. He has to get to know this girl, even if it means allowing himself to be the subject of her research. Before too long, everything between them feels larger than life and upside down, like a heady rush, but is it enough to keep Alice by his side in Wonderland?
Harper Kincaid blew me away with The Wonder of You! I was pleasantly surprised by this book; everything…from the synopsis and the storyline to the characters and all of the drama in-between…it was executed perfectly. She kept me entertained and wanting more.
Alice is new to the New York city life and has taken up a position as a doctoral candidate in a psychology of sexuality program. She’s full of life and gives as good as she gets. I loved the character; she’s down-to-earth but brazen enough to keep you on your toes. One of the best things about this character is the support that surrounds her in the form of her sister and close friends. I absolutely adore a book who has amazing supporting characters. Hopefully, one (or all) of them get their very own book in the future!!!
Dare is intriguing, I instantly wanted to know more. I love how secretive he was even though he was this famous artist. His love for art made me fall in love with him and the fact that he so lovingly spoke of his mother. He’s a good guy deep down, but it’s not something he lets the world see.
Together, these two characters are a whirlwind of banter and chemistry. If bickering and arguing were wars then I’m not not sure who would win in this case. Both of them are hilarious and quick-witted. Their back-and-forth made this book for me, honestly.
The plot itself slows down here and there, but overall it’s a fast-paced rom-com. If you’re looking for a quick read that will boost your spirits and keep you smiling for the rest of the day. This book is definitely for you!