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Rachel Rabbit Is Rarin' To Go

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Is Felicia Dunwoody alone when she pleasures herself in her empty penthouse apartment in the fashionable part of downtown Chicago? Not anymore! Her new rabbit vibrator, a plucky person named Rachel Rabbit, is right there, working hard to make sure Felicia has a really good time.

Rachel doesn't mind sharing Felicia with her boyfriend, Marc, one of the few surfer dudes in Chi
Kindle Edition, 37 pages
Published September 29th 2011 by Jillian Black
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After an author's intro and note in which the reader receives this oh-so-helpful "advice":
Do not post negative comments as they may hurt sales.


...the story begins with a rabbit vibrator called Rachel getting taken off the shelf in the sex toy warehouse and shipped off to a Felicia Dunwoody. Rachel and Felicia develop a psychic link and they communicate with each other during whatever sex games Felicia is up to.

Cute idea, and it started out fine. But I think the story went on a bit too lon
Jan 30, 2012 Iraida rated it did not like it
I thought the premise of these was a funny, interesting one. And the first few paragraphs certainly point that way. Then it fell downhill. Crappy story, set out with crappy characters and even crappier writing style.

This is by far one of the worse short stories I have ever read. IT was free and I'm seriously thinking Amazon owes me.
Jan 31, 2012 Em rated it it was ok
Shelves: adult
Rachel Rabbit is the story of a rabbit style vibrator, and it's adventures with a new owner. This vibrator and the woman develop a special bond early in the story, that allows them to know what the other is feeling. Felicia (the woman) and her vibrator have a little alone time, and spend time with her boyfriend, her male bosses, and a female sales client. Thee was a missed opportunity for some special interactions on an airplane - no, unfortunately, the rabbit isn't a member of the mile high clu ...more
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It was really different and pretty funny. Loved the scene with Marc. I'm not into lesbian scenes so I wasn't that thrilled with that part scene when Rachel was in Vegas.
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