Sleeping Beauty by Beth D. Carter

Sleeping Beauty by Beth D. Carter
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (142 pgs)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, M/M, Ménage, Anal Sex
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Ronan Hark and Noah Kabot are deep space salvagers, partners in business as well as in life. While investigating an old ship, they discover a cryo chamber holding the frozen body of a beautiful woman who’s been asleep for thirty-one years. Against Ronan’s better judgment, they take the chamber and wake her up.

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But now everything has changed. A hunter is after her and killing anyone who knows she’s alive. As they race across the expanse of space, can Ronan and Noah keep her safe? And what happens when she finally returns home to confront a life that forgot about her?

When you think of Sleeping Beauty, you don’t usually think of space travel, civil wars, scavengers, and pirates, now do you? Well, that’s what you get with this version. Ronan and Noah have the perfect twosome, but what happens when a third (and a woman, at that!) comes into play?

I loved this space age twist on the classic fairytale, and I also loved our main characters. They are real, they have pasts, they hurt, and they love. Alivia is an innocent, in more ways than the obvious, but she doesn’t remain that way for long. Ronan and Noah balance each other out perfectly, and they have a very honest relationship, which is always a good thing.

The pacing was smooth, with no plot holes that I fell through. There is a great range of characters that I would love to know more about – all apart from poor Pops!

Full of intrigue, betrayal, decisions, and responsibilities, this was a brilliant book that I thoroughly enjoyed. Highly recommended.

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