Title: Alice in the Country of Clover Cheshire Cat Waltz 4
Illustrator: Mamenosuke Fujimaru
I feel like when reading a series that is done in small doses like this series it can get difficult to write reviews for each book. I’m not saying this installment of Cheshire Cat Waltz was bad, as it was good but there was not a lot of plot. The story starts out with a little bit of questioning of Boris if Alice loves him but not a lot. The story then progresses to show that Alice might still be questioning her past life and as a result Peter White questions her relationship with Boris and how she feels for him.
To put that love to the test Peter challenges Boris to try and kill him and really has to push to get Boris to act in any way against him because Boris knows that Alice would be upset if he killed Peter. Alice is held back and made to listen and not interfere because of Nightmare to try and show her not only how Boris actually feels about her but how she actually feels about Boris.
Giving you a very small spoiler warning here, (for what you read next will spoil things a bit)but things get a little more committed between Alice and Boris and actually gets rather steamy as well. I won’t go into details here as part of reading this story is to see the drawings yourself and read the story.
As an added bit of this book there is set up for book 5 as Alice’s relation to the Hatter Family such as living at Hatter Mansion will come to be used against Alice and Blood Dupree as there are several who think she has a special sort of relationship with Blood rather than Boris. Over all, I would give this a solid 3 out of 5 page review, good to read but not a must do.