Fresh Fiction Box Not to Miss – July unboxing

Subscription services seem to be the “thing” – meals, clothes, wines, cheeses, and on it goes.  Well, how about something we all love – books?  Fresh Fiction is a book review and entertainment site, and they now offer a monthly book subscription service.  Each month, you will receive a minimum of three-to-five hard copies of books, along with download codes for two-to-three ebooks.  The hard copies of books may be paperback, trade size paperbacks, or even hardcovers.  Above is a photo of what I received in the July box, neatly packaged in the bright pink Fresh Fiction box.  The contents will vary for each box.  Below is what I received this month:

My July Fresh Fiction Box Not to Miss included:

Heart Breaker by Stacey Kennedy – ebook download

The McKinnon by Ranay James – ebook download

Where the Pieces Fall by Blue Saffire – ebook download

Run to Ground by Katie Ruggle – paperback with letter from author

Under a Summer Sky by Melody Carlson – trade size paperback

Buns by Alice Clayton – trade size paperback

The Simplicity of Cider by Amy Reichert – trade size paperback

Murder on Black Swan Lake by Andrea Penrose – hardcover

Bonus sample of Acai Berry Herbal Tea

If you’d like to witness my first embarrassing attempt at a video, here I am, opening up the July box:

The Fresh Fiction Box Not to Miss ships worldwide.  To see all the details and costs, visit the website: FreshFictionBox.com

About Rose

Rose is an avid reader and reviewer, especially of historical romance. Her blog Rosesareblue.net also features reviews by Bonnie and Lady Blue.
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