Fresh Fiction Book Subscription Box Review – May 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!
Harlequin Bag – Value $8?
This is a pretty sturdy bag as far as reusable totes go. Here is the back:
Book Summary from Amazon:
Love is a complicated thing…
Lottie Carlyle is happy enough. Living in a beautiful cottage with her two adorable-sometimes-kids in an idyllic village, on good terms with her ex-husband, and with friends all around, everything is going just fine. But when she meets her new boss, her peaceful world is thrown into delightful, exciting, and frustrating chaos. Tyler is perfect for Lottie, but her kids do not agree. To make matters worse, the handsome and mysterious Seb appears on the scene, intriguing-and distracting-Lottie and charming her children, making it more and more difficult for her to make up her mind…
This box also included free e-books for: Better Than Chocolate, Secret of the Painted Lady, Running Hot, Through my Window, and Hide Me.
I’m considering the rest of the items in this box bonus: candy, koozie…
Temporary tattoos, lip balm, cowboy kisses e-book, and a tech screen wipe.
Verdict: I paid $20 for this box with the coupon, and I definitely feel like I got $20 worth of items, but a lot of the items feel like book swag freebies to me, so I’m not sure if it is worth it to me. Also, it looks like there is variation among the boxes. Here is another box from an MSA reader to show the differences:
Thank you Leisha for sharing this picture with us!
So, I’m not sure if this box is a good fit for me (I already knew I’d be going out of my comfort zone in terms of book genre), but I’m going to give it another month.
What do you think of the first Fresh Fiction Box?