Fresh Fiction decided to do limited edition quarterly boxes on top of their monthly subscription. Although I am not the biggest fan of Christmas romances, there were two items that had me jumping on this box.
The announcement said it would contain four print books and an ebook (one for me, one for a friend) of an exclusive short story collection from Gemma Halliday Publishing. Fresh Fiction has got me addicted to the cozies from GHP, so I had to have this. The Holiday Mystery Short Story Bundle contains nine stories, all of which I am totally excited to read. As far as the four print books go, it ended up being five paperbacks and a hardcover: Unwrapped by Katie Lane, A Ranger for the Holidays by Allie Pleiter, An Amish Noel by Patricia Davids, Snowbound at Christmas by Debbie Mason, Angels in the Snow by Rexanne Becnel, and A Knights Bridge Christmas by Carla Neggers.
The other item that made me want the box was the Baby Vixen, who is just so adorable! Author swag was a magnet from Tricia Skinner (the only non-Christmas item) and a poster calendar from Chanta Rand. The box also included a snowman Pez dispenser and some hot cocoa.
This quarterly box from Fresh Fiction Box Not to Miss ended up being a lot of fun. It did cost $35 plus shipping, but the retail value of the print books alone, most of which have just been released, comes to $50.94, so that a good deal!