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    Kyleigh Jane and LELO’s Mona Wave

    +When LELO approaches you and says, “Yes hi, hello. We would like to send you our newest product that ebbs and flows within you like a lover’s fingers beckoning you toward an almost unbearably intense G-spot orgasm. We send it, you try it out, and let us know what you think,” you say YES, PLEASE.


    It’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it.

    When the box arrived, I almost didn’t want to open it because the packaging is so exquisite. But let’s be real, I totally opened it, because LELO’s new Mona Wave promises “the orgasm to end all orgasms” with the world’s first G-Spot stimulator to offer wave upon wave of intense sensation.


    Yes, please.

    Superficially, the Mona Wave is gorgeous. Soft and sleek in the most beautiful rose color, it is a luxurious addition to my growing LELO collection. Once she was all charged up, I was honestly a little bit intimidated of this “wave motion” that is supposed to replicate the feeling of fingers doing the famed “come hither” motion. But, intimidation be damned, I forged ahead in the name of science.

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    Let me start off by saying that I think the wave feature takes some… finesse. I don’t think I’ve mastered the technique yet, but practice makes perfect, as they say, so I’ll keep at it. Angie gave some pointers in her post about the LELO INA Wave, so it might help to check them out here.

    Clinical Review: The wave motion can be turned on or off, and the vibration pattern and intensity can be adjusted to your preference. I found it to be great for both internal and external use.

    Real Talk Review: It makes you cum long, and it makes you cum hard. Once you master the wave motion, I think this could give blackout orgasms that would put all your other toys to shame.

    I’ll just be over here “mastering my technique.”


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    I suppose I was introduced to romance at an early age. When I was around 10 years old, I happened upon a highlighted and dog eared copy of “The Joy Of Sex” on my mother’s bookshelf. I was shocked. I was fascinated. Maybe it was the 1970s power muffs, maybe it was the mustaches, maybe it was phrases such as “tongue bath”, who knows. As a teen, hiding Danielle Steel and VC Andrews paperbacks, I think I was drawn to reading romance/erotica because I felt like I was reading something I wasn't supposed to. Something forbidden. As an adult, I enjoy the truth of love. The triumph and tragedy. The build and the break. I'm drawn to stories with grit, and substance, and meat on their bones. The format breakers, the unusual. I’m always searching for that next great read. The story that burrows deep into your guts, and changes you.