|Sacred Grounds Owner|
|Fairy Tale:||Sleeping Beauty|
William Charming (ex-husband)
|Skin color:||Cocoa coloured brown|
|Hair color:||Dark brown|
|Appearances:|| The Problem Child|
Magic and Other Misdemeanors
Tales from the Hood
The Everafter War
Briar Rose is an Everafter princess, commonly known as Sleeping Beauty.
She was once married to William Charming, who was the one to wake her from the sleeping spell that she is famous for.
Before her death, Briar was dating Jacob Grimm and ran a coffee shop with her two fairy godmothers. She was killed by a dragon during a rescue attempt in book 7, The Everafter War. Jacob was devastated as he was about to ask her to marry him, and planned revenge against the Sheriff of Nottingham and the Queen of Hearts.
Braid Rose has a lot a friends because of her kindness and beauty. She was friends with the Grimm family getting mad at a insult toward the Grimms in the first book. And help give Granny Relda money to pay taxes. Also she dated Jacob Grimm. She was friends with Snow White and the other princesses comforting Snow after Charming's disappearance and saying how they should go play pocker every certain day.
She has coffee brown skin, green eyes, and dark brown hair. She is known to be very kind and sweet, and has a soft spot for the Grimms, especially Jake. In the first book, she told some Everafters who were speaking negatively about the Grimms (hoping that Relda would soon be killed by the giant and expressing pleasure at the news that Henry and Veronica had been kidnapped) that they were horrible for saying such things. Charming described her as beautiful both inside and out and said she was mature and patient with him even when their marriage ended.
When she and several other princesses who were once married to Charming meet up, Briar is the one to suggest that they meet up more often and play poker.
Briar Rose kept the seeds from the thorns that surrounded her while she slept. She can influence the briars that sprout from the seeds, control them and make them grow rapidly.