The Knight, The Witch, and the Vacuum Cleaner: A Futa Fairy Tale is a very silly story. It is so corny it will have you in a perpetual eye roll, and so gleefully anachronistic that more sensitive readers may find themselves with whiplash from recoiling in offended horror.
It is also a very sexy story, one that was so thoroughly amusing and arousing that I wanted to interrupt everybody around me and share it with them. Roxy Katt clearly had a lot of fun playing with fairy tale conventions here, and oh, boy does it show.
The storytelling and the dialogue shine brightest here, cleverly playing with the style of a fairy tale, and blending it with a cheesy sort of pornography. Nearly every paragraph has at least one clever bit of phrasing that is guaranteed to make you smile, with the banter between the two characters almost painfully cute.
Roxy Katt somehow manages to turn medieval armor into a fetish, lovingly detailing how the knight has to be greased into it, and drawing BDSM thrills out of its constrictive nature and lack of visibility. I loved the idea of this bold, brave knight, so carefully attired in her protective armor, being put at the witch's mercy by her own naive nobility. Her inability to understand what it going on, and her genuine shock at impending orgasm is comic, but also very cute.
Yes, you will groan and moan as you read The Knight, The Witch, and the Vacuum Cleaner: A Futa Fairy Tale, but like Lady de Plumtarte herself, you will come to enjoy it despite any initial skepticism.