Friday, September 25, 2015

THE CEPHALOPOD COFFEEHOUSE: VIBRIZZIO BY NICKI ELSON

Gentle Readers . . . and Maxwell,

It's time for The Cephalopod Coffeehouse, hosted by The Armchair Squid.





The idea is simple: On the last Friday of each month, post about the best book you've finished over the past month while visiting other bloggers doing the same.  In this way, we'll all have the opportunity to share our thoughts with other enthusiastic readers.

My book for September is Vibrizzio by Nicki Elson of Nicki Elson's Not So Deep Thoughts. I confess I did not read this book during September. I read it several months ago. It suddenly occurred to me yesterday that I had never made Vibrizzio my book of the month for The Cephalopod Coffeehouse!

What was wrong with me? I felt shocked and appalled! Dazed and confused! Dismayed and stunned! Stupored and bewilderfied!

Okay. I'll stop with the synonyms now--some of which I might have sort of invented--and tell you about the book.






Oh, me-oh-my-oh! Nicki Elson has gone and done it again. Her most recent book is the romantically sexy Vibrizzio. Lascivious Lyssa loves and lusts after her lovely lover, Vibrizzio, which just happens to be the name of her vibrator.

From the book:

“Having a good time?” Keith asked, stepping through the bathroom doorway and buttoning his jeans
around his lean waist. “Y’might want to turn that off now.”
“Huh?” Confused as to how he’d managed to bring her to climax from way over there, Lyssa only now
noticed that her hand was still vibrating. Flicking off the device, she reached for the tissues on the side table.
“What’s going on? When did you leave?”
“Seriously?” He scowled as he rummaged around the collection of clothing on her floor and then
straightened to pull his Star Wars T-shirt over his short, dirty blond hair and cover his skinny torso. “I left when you kicked me off the bed.”
“What?”
“When you grabbed that thing out of my hand and swatted me away every time I tried to kiss or touch you,
and then you got your freakishly strong thigh between us and shoved me to the floor.”
Lyssa settled back into the pillow, listening and now remembering. She broke out into a fit of giggles. “I’m sorry."

Ms. Elson never fails to delight me with her writing. She makes me blush, just the tiniest bit, just enough so that it's fun--and funny.

Now Nicki Elson can add Lyssa, Vibrizzio, and at least one man to her list of great characters.


Vibrizzio is available on Kindle, or you can read it on some other device, such as your computer, but don't try to read it on your vibrator. You can purchase it--the book--HERE on Amazon.

Vibrizzio earns The Janie Junebug Seal of Highest Approval.


Happy Reading!


For a list of participants in The Cephalopod Coffeehouse, or to join us with a book review of your own, please visit  The Armchair Squid.

As for a vibrator of your own, don't ask me where such things are purchased. I know nothing!


Infinities of love,

Janie Junebug

35 comments:

  1. Good morning, dear Janie! I'm picking up good vibrations. As southeast regional sales rep for Doc Johnson novelties, may I recommend the new and improved Robo-Max 5000? It's getting a lot of buzz.

    Based on your review, Vibrizzio - At Least He Knows His Place - is a stimulating book. If I read it too close to bedtime I'm afraid I'd be tossin' and turnin' all night.

    Have a safe and happy weekend, dear friend Janie!

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    1. Mrs. Shady might like to toss and turn.

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  2. Diamonds aren't really a girl's best friend, are they? VIBRIZZIO!!!

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    1. Well, if I really had to choose . . . Vibrizzio!

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  3. Oh my...I am feeling the Vapors:) That book seems a little raunchy:)

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  4. Okay, well, I'm not even going to pretend that there's a chance that I'll read it. It sounds possibly amusing, but, still, not something I'm inclined toward.

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    1. I read it because Nicki wrote it. Otherwise, I would say, it's not something I'm inclined toward. I can't help loving Nicki. She's loverly.

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  5. Hi Janie! Hmmm... I'll have to see if the library has this book. I need to read it!

    Love,
    Jessica

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    1. It's not in print. You can download it.

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  6. These comments are cracking me up! No worries, Andrew - not many men are brave enough to read it (heehee).

    Ug, I do so despise that cover.

    Thank you, Janie - #1 for reading the book in the first place, and #2 for being so supportive w/ your review. :) Though I don't imagine many members of the CC will find this to be their mug of coffee...

    Have a marvelous, marvelous weekend!

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    1. I see some interest down below. tee hee

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  7. I shake my head and I say nothing, nothing you hear, just nothing

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  8. Probably a good read, but not for me.

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    1. What about Mrs. C? Do you ever take her feelings into consideration?

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  9. :O I love me some dirty sexy nasty reads! ;) And, I've enjoyed some of Nikki's other books. I'll be looking for this one.
    Thanks for sharing, Janie!

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    1. I won't call it dirty or nasty--more sexy and fun. Thank you for your interest.

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  10. So let me get this straight, she kicks the real guy out of bed in favor of Vibrizzio?

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  11. hahahahahahahaha
    What a book what a section from the book..
    Don't think I will read it but I loved your review !

    cheers, parsnip

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  12. Pooh, I love Nicki Elson. I'll have to check this one out.

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    1. I kind of like pooh, like Winnie the Pooh.

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  13. I meant Ooh on that last comment--not "pooh". 😕

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  14. From you description, I'd say that Nicki is a brave writer to go there. And after all, look at 50 shades...who would have thought it would sell like it did? Have a good weekend, Janie.

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    1. I didn't read fifty shades. Willy Dunne Wooters told me what it was about. I shouted, GROSS! Nicki is not gross. She's cute and funny.

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  15. Oh dear - I felt myself blush as I read this post. I'm not ready to read this book - even though it's probably funny too. (smile).

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    1. You might be ready one of these days. In the past few years I've done all sorts of things I thought I would never do.

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    1. Everybody must love Nikki (sung to Everybody Must Get Stoned).

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  17. Not for me or for the wife (that's why I married her!), but I bet this is a great read for those who love some steamy romance. As for us, well, we'll stick to things that explode in the literal sense and not in the metaphorical, genital-centric sense. :)

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    1. I love it, and I'm not into steamy romance.

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  18. This is right up my alley. We may have a lot in common, lady! ;)

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