Monday, August 31, 2015

In the Box: August 2015 Fresh Fiction Box Not to Miss

Once again the Fresh Fiction box contained not one but three paperback: Reunited for the Billionaire's Legacy by Jennifer Heyward, And Then He Kissed Me by Kim Amos, and A Peach of a Pair by Kim Boykin. The first two are traditional romances, but the last one seems right up my alley. Not quite as many ebooks this time around (only the minimum of three), but that is OK.  I received Sheltering His Desire by Allyson Lindt, Candidate by Tracy Ewens, and by David Deutsch. sounds a little more hard-boiled than the previous offerings from Gemma Halliday Publishing, but it still sounds perfect for me, and it is the first in a series unlike the majority of this month's books.

The swag was also a little light this month, but that is fine as that is not why I subscribe.  I am not a fan of the stress ball, but the dog tag is actually a flash drive, so that is awesome.  And yes, those are banana Laffy Taffy!

A pretty awesome Fresh Fiction Box Not to Miss.  While this month had 3 paperbacks, each box will have at least one paperback and 3-6 ebooks, along with swag, for $25 a month (you can skip months). 

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