Review: “Sleeping Cutie” by Tanzania Glover



“A prince who is anything but charming.”

Christian Logan’s goals in life are simple: make as much money as possible and be the antithesis to everything his goody two shoes older brother Cameron stands for. He’s insistent on not opening doors, indignant at the thought of picking up a check, and adamant about his chivalry ending at saying “bless you” after a sneeze. But when he comes across an unusually tired damsel in distress sleeping on a bench in Central Park, he can’t help but to temporarily act out of character and come to her rescue. Now he wonders if the whirlwind of events that followed meeting the snarky and narcoleptic Amber Miller mean that he should reconsider the way he’s been living and in doing so he begins to realize that he has much more in common with Cam than he ever realized.

The Faded Fairytales Series follows Logan brothers Cameron, Christian, and Chasen on their individual quests to conquer love, sex, and maturation while also grieving and attempting to rebuild their fractured brotherhood.”



My Review:

“Sleeping Cutie” is the second installment of the “Faded Fairytales” trilogy by Tanzania Glover. Although it is the second installment, it follows two completely new characters. This time Christian, Cam’s brother, takes center stage.

This was such a cute story. I loved how Tanzania Glover is putting her own spin on classic fairy tales. Thickerella was very refreshing and this time is no different. Christian, Christian, Christian. He was definitely a character I loved to hate. He had some deep-rooted issues that influenced the way he thought about women, his brothers, and life in general. I’m not saying I ended up loving him, but he did have a few redeeming qualities, lol. Amber was a force to be reckoned with and I really liked how she handled Chris.

The pacing of this book was perfect. I finished it in a day.  I enjoyed the little updates on Cam and Tillar. I also love how these books deal with real life issues. I can’t wait for the third installment.


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