Dr. Jacob White agrees to take a case
that will make or break his reputation. Known as “Sleeping
Beauty”, Aurora Jacquard has been in a coma for six years.
And none of the “experts” can give a reason why. Jacob is
determined to break the case. From the first time he sees
her, he knows he has to help her.
When he sleeps, Jacob falls into erotic
dreams of his beautiful patient. He figures the dreams are
his way of coping with the fact that he can’t touch her in a
nonprofessional way when he’s awake. Jacob feels guilty for
what they do in his dreams but he can’t seem to help
himself. He is drawn to her as he tries to help her.
Because of Jacob, Rory starts to
question her existence on her little island. She never
ventures from the hotel she lives in and has been content to
live as she has. Now she is not so sure she should be so
content. Could Jacob be right? Maybe she doesn’t want to
Jacob questions his sanity as he
realizes that the dreams he’s been having of Rory are not
just dreams. He is somehow drawn into her sleeping world
when he sleeps. Then he starts to question Rory’s parents.
What he discovers changes everything. Can Jacob wake his
sleeping beauty before she slips away forever?
Ravish: The Awakening of
Sleeping Beauty is fabulous! The story is an
amazing take on the story of Sleeping Beauty. All of the
elements are there; the sleeping beauty, the prince who
wakes her up and the witch who starts it all. Plus there are
a few things (hot sex and more hot sex) that were never part
of our childhood Sleeping Beauty. But who wants the
childhood version when this grown up version is so
much more yummy. It gives a whole new meaning to “bedtime”
stories. And who wouldn’t want to snuggle down and share
this story with her own prince charming. I assure you,
there would definitely be no sleeping for quite a while. I
Joyfully Recommend Ravish: The Awakening of Sleeping