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Monthly Subscription Boxes #6:Fresh Fiction Box Not to Miss

This is the 6th in our series of romance novel subscription box reviews. If you haven’t read our first post about our product reviews do so here. This review is for the Fresh Fiction Box Not to Miss.

Box Details:

Cost:

$25.95 per month (shipping included in cost).

Ships:

All Subscriptions ship during the last week of the month. FREE Shipping to anywhere in the US, discounted shipping everywhere else

Description:

Fresh Fiction curates a box filled with new releases, in a combination of print books and eBooks, for readers. Every box includes 5 – 7 books. We strive to bring you the new and now in genre fiction, like romance and mystery, and introduce you to bestsellers and new authors alike. Get the book store experience delivered straight to your door.
  • Assortment of 3 – 5 New Release Fiction Print Books
  • 2 – 4 Easy to Download eBooks
  • Features Romance, Mystery, and More! Surprises every month!

Overall Thoughts:

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This box was all about books.  Which is good if you’re looking for a box to just introduce you to new authors.  There was no swag included with this box.  The only surprise in this box was a tea bag.  I wouldn’t choose to give this box as a gift unless it was for someone who really loved to read. 7 books in either ebook or paperback form is quite a lot!

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The theme for this box was Spice Up October.  The cinnamon apple spice tea  from Stash was a nice way to include the theme with the surprise.  There was a card with one of the paperback book covers on the front and a letter on the back from the author that matched the theme.

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There were four included paperback books: His Perfect Partner by Priscilla Oliveras, The Silver Gun by LA Chandler,  The Scotsman who Saved Me by Hannah Howell, and When the Scoundrel Sins by Anna Harrington.

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There were also 3 cards for ebooks.  The ebooks were: Casket Girl by Maggie Mae Gallagher, Cat O’Nine Tales by Krystal Lawrence, and Island of Miracles by Amy Schisler. I had the copy of Island of Miracles sent to my mom, because it seemed like something she would like.

Blurbs: 

Normally I would paste in all the the blurbs for each book that came in the box, but since this box had so many books I have not done that.  If you are interested in more info on any of the books you can click on the names which should take you to their links on Goodreads.

Books can be purchased at: Amazon

If you would like to subscribe to this box you can do so at:

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By Shalan

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