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Fresh Fiction Book Subscription Box Review – August 2015

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Fresh Fiction Book Subscription Box Review – August 2015 Box

The Fresh Fiction Box is a new book subscription box. (From what I can tell they mostly send romance books).

My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Fresh Fiction Book Subscription Box Review – August 2015 Items

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!

Fresh Fiction Book Subscription Box Review – August 2015 Ever After

Ever After by Rachel Lacey – Value $6

Book Summary from Amazon:

Olivia Bennett is not having a happy birthday. Instead of blowing out her twenty-nine candles, she’s stuck in jail, caught red-handed in a graffiti incident that (perhaps) involved one too many strawberry margaritas. Worst idea ever. The only bright side is that she ended up in the strong arms of the most gorgeous lawman she’s ever seen.

Pete Sampson (aka Deputy Hot Stuff) faces intense pressure from the sheriff to find out who’s behind a string of vandalisms. And after her spray-painting spree, Olivia is suspect number one. Still, Pete can’t stop thinking about her. Wanting her. Now he’s torn between his duty and his overpowering desire for the vivacious waitress. But he may have to bend the rules because true love is more important than the letter of the law . . .

Fresh Fiction Book Subscription Box Review – August 2015 Frisk me

Frisk Me by Lauren Layne – Value $6

Book summary from Amazon:

Officer Luc Moretti had no idea that his dive into the East River would have him drowning in a media frenzy. No matter how many times he tells reporters he was just doing his job, they’re determined to make him into NYC’s newest hero. Coming from a long line of NYPD’s finest, Luc knows that being a cop has nothing to do with headlines and viral videos, and he’s more than ready to get back to life away from the cameras-until he meets the gorgeous but jaded journalist assigned to film a TV special on him . . .

Ava Sims may be the only woman in NYC who isn’t in love with Officer Moretti. That’s why she’s going after the real story-to find out about the man behind the badge. Ava’s determined to keep things strictly professional, but the more time she spends around Luc, even she has to admit there’s something about a man in uniform . . . and she can’t wait to get him out of his.

Fresh Fiction Book Subscription Box Review – August 2015 You're The Earl That I Want

You’re the Earl That I Want by Kelly Bowen – Value $8

Book Summary from Amazon:

For businessman Heath Hextall, inheriting an earldom has been a damnable nuisance. The answer: find a well-bred, biddable woman to keep his life in order and observe the required social niceties. But it’s always been clear that Lady Josephine Somerhall is not that woman. Once a shy slip of a girl, Joss is now brilliant, beautiful chaos in a ball gown.

In her heart, Joss has always loved Heath, the one person she’s always been able to count on. That doesn’t mean she wants to marry him though. Without a husband, Joss can do as she pleases-and now, it pleases her to solve the mystery of an encoded file given to Heath by a dying man. It’s put Heath in peril once, and Joss won’t let that happen again. She’ll do what she must to ensure the earl’s safety. And to remind him that what she lacks in convention, she makes up for in passion.

Fresh Fiction Book Subscription Box Review – August 2015 E books

This box also included free e-books for: by David Deutsch – Value $3.99

Sheltering His Desire by Allyson Lindi – Value $2.99

Candidate by Tracy Ewens – Value $2.99

Accidental SEAL: SEAL Brotherhood Audible Book – Value $17.46

Fresh Fiction Book Subscription Box Review – August 2015 Swag

This box also comes with book swag each month. This little light keychain is actually pretty useful!

Fresh Fiction Book Subscription Box Review – August 2015 Light

Verdict: This box has a value of about $48. I think that’s great for a book box, and I love that they include a mix of paper book, ebook, and now audible books in this box! I don’t know if every book is for me, but there’s enough variety to find a few I’m interested in!

What do you think of the August 2015 Fresh Fiction box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Two words: “Frisk Me”!

    oh, lord, that’s just made my day.

  2. The German Shepherd carrying the cat in the basket is adorable. I need a book subscription that sends books that I can read in waiting rooms and practices that won’t cause people to give me the side eye. Something I can put down and pick back up again without feeling lost in the storyline.

    • I was just coming here to say it looks (badly) Photoshopped…

      If you don’t want people looking strangely at your reading material, ebooks are the way to go. Not a subscription, really, but there are daily deals for Kindle books in a lot of categories on Amazon (romance, sci fi, fantasy, mystery/crime/thriller, etc.). So you’re only paying like 99 cents or something. No one can see what you are reading and e-readers are so common now that strangers don’t feel the need to hover over you so they can see how it works.

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