Earlier this month I received an email from Jillian Black, the author of Rachel Rabbit is Rarin’ to Go! This is a fun book about the sexual adventures of a woman named Felicia and her rabbit vibrator named Rachel. The sex scenes aren’t the hottest I’ve read, but I love the lighthearted tone, complete with a little comedy and some clever puns.
The book opens with Rachel being shipped from the sex toy warehouse out to Felicia, who manages to establish a telepathic connection with her new vibe, enabling them to communicate and understand each other. This ability of theirs allows for some funny moments and reminds me of that Steve Martin movie The Man With Two Brains. Perhaps that’s why I found this book to be more amusing than arousing. Still, there are some good sex scenes, as each chapter describes a different encounter.
Felicia herself is a very successful and ambitious business women, who is also extremely attractive, so she doesn’t suffer from a lack of sexual opportunities. Nor is she afraid of her sexuality, and she’s free to openly enjoy it. I love this! It tears through the whole notion that only desperate women who can’t get a man resort to using vibrators.
Felicia grows very fond of Rachel and ends up taking the sex toy with her everywhere. As the book title suggests, the rabbit vibe is always eager and willing to join in on whatever activity Felicia gets up to, with the exception of one rather daunting partner. Since Rachel is used while Felicia is having sex with other people, the stories show how vibes are there to enhance partner sex, not replace it.
Right from the beginning, the descriptions of Rachel made me try and guess which model rabbit vibe she was supposed to be, as she sounded a lot like Jopen’s Vanity Vr10. At the very end of the book, we find out that Rachel is in fact a Vanity vibe, and there’s a handy coupon code to save some money if you want to order one for yourself.