Suffice to say, this was a really sweet fairy tale with the added interesting sci-fi tidbits that will make you want to take a spin on the ship or have your own S1N and VAL in your life. Definitely recommend this fairy tale delight!--JustJen, The Blogger Girls
I loved how clever it was and found the entire experience to be stimulating on many levels.Well done to Bey Deckard on this adorably naughty, story.--Fiona, Books Laid Bare Boys
I was impressed with the sci-fi/fantasy world building alongside the romance. This spin comes complete with very likeable characters -from Juniper to Marrex, to S1N and VAL. It's strong writing that didn't overplay the story or location at any stage. That there is no magical prince appearing because of love, rather a visibly happier individual, really made this version so, so right. --Kazza, On Top Down Under
I can't honestly think of a version of this story I haven't enjoyed, but with Bey Deckard's imagination and flair the result is captivating. --Trio, Kimmers' Erotic Book Banter
From the Author
Years later, I would see the Disney version and, though the story isn't all that similar to the original, I liked the comedic aspects of it. However, I was disappointed with the Beast's transformation--call me strange, but I actually preferred him as he was.
Beauty and His Beast is a story that's been percolating in my brain for a few years now. It's a mashup of the original stories, the Disney version, and bit of another book that has nothing to do with Beauty and the Beast, but was my absolute favourite when I was really young: Disney's The Black Hole: A Spaceship Adventure for Robots.
This story is not dark, not very long, and not particularly serious--just my silly take on a much loved, oft-retold fairy tale... in space.