Okay, fine, the March equinox isn’t until the 20th, but we’ve actually had sun in Kiel within the last two weeks! It’s stayed light outside past 5:00pm! It’s time for Spring Favorites!
The WeVibe Nova
I have to say, I am so pleasantly surprised.
One thing I love about the Nova is that it’s just perfectly designed for my body. Most dual-stim toys overshoot my clit by a country mile, or they require such deep vaginal penetration that I’m left feeling uncomfortable. Nova’s clitoral arm comes very close to the vaginal/insertable arm and is therefore perfect for my vulva topography. Plus, the insertable arm isn’t too big, clocking in at 4.25″ long and 1.25″ wide.
When it comes to vibrations, Nova is no wimpy, buzzy rabbit. On its lower settings, I would describe the vibrations as rumbly. On its higher settings, the Nova revs up to what I’d call thuddy. This thudding sensation is particularly strong when both the clitoral and internal arms are turned on. The clitoral arm is meant to curve against the body, providing a broader base of vibration that exerts a little bit of pressure.
It’s kind of weird how much I like this toy since I normally go for more pinpoint stimulation with little pressure, but the clit wants what the clit wants.
I’m not going to tell you that the WeVibe Nova is perfect for everyone. That’s just not the nature of dual-stim toys, because vulvas vary so widely. But if you have a vulva that’s similar to mine, it may very well work for you when other rabbits haven’t.
How A Bad Girl Fell In Love, by Girl on the Net
The first thing I’ll say is that I only got about a chapter into How A Bad Girl Fell In Love before I had to call for a sex break. If you’re familiar with Girl on the Net’s blog, you won’t be surprised to hear that her depictions of sexual exploits are hot as fuck. They really appeal to my desire for simultaneous hotness and efficiency, which is to say that I never found myself skipping sentences to get to the good parts. It’s just… one big good part.
Granted, it’s not all cocks and hallway banging. GotN does a fantastic job addressing some hard topics. She talks about her parents’ marriages and the heartbreak that comes with cheating. She opens up about her struggles with anxiety, which really struck a chord with me.
Sometimes she’s hilariously self-deprecating (she’s British, after all). Most of all, How A Bad Girl Fell In Love strikes a wonderful balance between keeping up the fantasy and pulling back the curtain.
Both the WeVibe Nova and How A Bad Girl Fell In Love were sent to me in exchange for my honest review. This post contains affiliate links.