Sleepless by Melissa Frost

Sleepless by Melissa Frost
Tales from Esteria 3
Publisher: Evernight Teen
Genre: Action/Adventure, Historical, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (64 pages)
Age Recommendation: 14+
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Orchid

This Sleeping Beauty won’t take things lying down…
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After being shoved from a high castle balcony into the moat below, Princess Talia searches for the man responsible for saving her from certain death. After much digging, she is surprised to find that her rescuer is none other than an outlaw named Phillip Aurora—an enemy to the crown. Once she tracks Phil to the castle dungeons and helps break him out, the two unlikely allies must band together to take down the crime lord responsible for the attempt on her life.

As the two battle bandits and take on impossible odds together, Talia finds herself falling for the rogue at her side. If they can survive the challenges in front of them, perhaps she’ll be able to put to the test that they aren’t all that different after all.

Sleeping Beauty with a difference. Talia is a feisty young princess who is frustrated with life as a royal in the castle. She likens herself to a hermit, hidden away from the world.

After an attempt on her life she has a unique way of finding who rescued her, she kisses every possible candidate for her hero. Together they set out to find the actual assassin.

I found this book to be delightful, but it didn’t really grab my attention. The hero and heroine were strong characters but the storyline didn’t really have any true excitement until the end. The first part dwelt on her kissing to search for her rescuer, but I felt it went on for too long.

However, the end came through with excitement and in the last page or two humor came to the fore. Definitely a cozy read for a rainy afternoon in front of the fire.

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