A Long, Long Sleep by Anne Sheehan
A Long, Long Sleep is a take on Sleeping Beauty. Rosalinda Fitzroy has been asleep for decades and in that time, disasters, diseases and technological advances have occurred. When she wakes up she finds that she is the long-lost heir to the interplanetary business UniCorp. Because she has slept for so long Rose is only able to connect to Bren, the person who found her stasis tube, and Otto, the result of some unethical UniCorp experiments. Touching on science fiction and romance, A Long, Long Sleep has some unevenness, but in the end it’s a thoughtful and enjoyable read.