Princess Ramya is a beautiful smart and woman with a problem. She has become an insomniac since the mothers death. When everything else fails to put Ramya to sleep, her loving father delares that the person who cures his daughter’s insomnia may have her hand in marriage. Will Ramya find the One, will cure her insomnia or will she keep suffering sadly ever after?
The plot is an Indianised version of sleeping beauty with a twist. The characters are nicely developed. I especially like the way, the parent- daughter relationship is portrayed. The language is easy to understand. I liked how the Princess isn’t portrayed to be only beautiful, but also creative and wise . Overall a good quick read. Recommended for everyone. You can even read it to your children.
I got the book as a part of the review program in Outset https://rakhijayashankar.blogspot.in