The Enchanting by Rebekah Lewis

Fall through the Looking Glass...

The enchanting

A Clash of Queens

Once upon a time, three sisters were destined to rule Wonderland. Separated from each other to oversee their chosen kingdoms, madness began to seep into their hearts. One by one, the sisters fell—one by death, one by banishment, and one to suffer from despair. Only two sisters, new to the realm, can help the White Queen survive…

Or can they?

Harold March has one simple rule: never get caught in a dalliance with a lady despite the fact he adores the company of women—behind closed doors. When a new findling appears, Marchy's attraction makes him feel as though every aspect of his life is being rewritten, and he's not so sure it's for the better. Is romance in the cards for him, or does he only want a findling of his own because he's jealous of his friends' happiness?

April's boss is obsessed with the concept of Wonderland. It's all fun and games until April ends up being sent through a magic mirror and into the arms of the most gorgeous man she's ever seen. What begins as a whimsical adventure quickly turns into the stuff of nightmares, as the very foundation of Wonderland is shook to its core, and her appearance there may have been the cause.

Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Romantic

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology

Language: English

Keywords: Wonderland, Alice in Wonderland, March Hare, Mad Hatter, Fantasy Romance, fairy tale

Word Count: 35515

Sample text:

Marchy started to turn, set to leave the little creature to its musings since nothing in the room could fall on him, but then the mirror rattled against the stones behind it as if being shaken again and again. Perhaps harm could befall Hawthorn in here regardless. Before he could react though, a woman appeared behind the reflective silver and then tumbled out of the glass, shrieking. Hawthorn squeaked and ran for the corner to hide under a rose leaf. Without hesitation, Marchy shot forward to catch the woman before she landed on the stone flooring, losing his hat in the maneuver.

What just happened?

Then it dawned on him. This was no ordinary mirror, but the mirror. The one Alice had come through, as well as other findlings on different occasions. Alice had been the most notorious because, like Cadence, she'd managed to visit Wonderland more than once.

The second realization at hand was that the woman he'd rescued from a nasty fall had to be a findling. The first findling to appear since Melody and Cadence several years ago.

"Oh, my God. Did that really happen?" the findling asked and turned in his arms to seek his face. She blinked bright blue eyes and his breath caught in his throat at his first good look at her. Then, his cheeks heated as her gaze immediately focused on not him, but his ears. He was used to it, but sometimes it bothered him. "You're—"

"Yes, like a rabbit. Don't call me that though. Or a hare."

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