Fresh Fiction Book Subscription Box Review – June 2015
The Fresh Fiction Box is a brand new book subscription box. Book subscription boxes are my new favorite subscription category, so I had to sign up!
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Fresh Fiction Box
The Cost: $24.95
The Products: 1 Paperback, 4-6 Free eBooks, 4-6 swag items, and 1 Fresh Fiction gift
Ships to: US only
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your wishlist or subscription list!
Summer at the Shore by V.K. Sykes – Value $6
When I looked this one up on Amazon I was surprised to see it isn’t even officially available for purchase until the 30th!
Here is the book description from Amazon:
Morgan Merrifield sacrificed her teaching career to try to save her family’s bed-and-breakfast and care for her younger sister. She can’t let herself get distracted by Ryan Butler. After all, the rugged ex-Special Forces soldier is only in Seashell Bay for the summer. But her longtime crush soon flares into real desire-and with one irresistible kiss, she’s swept away.
Ryan values his freedom. As much as he wants Morgan, he’s not ready to settle down with anyone, much less in sleepy Seashell Bay. But his code of honor doesn’t allow him to leave a woman in distress-and she’s in desperate need of help to fix the inn. It only takes one day working under the same roof and Ryan is already hoping for a lifetime of hot summer nights . . .
This box also included free e-books for:
Again, Alabama (Value $4.99)
Rescued by the Buccaneer (Value $.99)
I started typing in the title of this book on Amazon and was amused by how many similar titles there are:
Death by Scones (Value $4.99)
The Tartan MP3 Player (Value $2.99)
HEX Saxton Academy Series (Value $3.99)
The Taming of the Bachelor (Value $3.99)
This box also comes with some book swag each month – a can gripper pad (I’m sure there’s a real term for the rubber heart thing, a bottle opener, a luggage tag, a lollipop, and a makeup bag.
Verdict: This box has a value of about $28, not counting the swag items. If you’re into romance novels and like getting a mix of paperbacks and ebooks, I think this box is worth the cost – and almost all of the books get great reviews on Amazon too.
I’m not sure if this is the right box for me and my reading preferences, but I do think the value is there. What do you think of Fresh Fiction?