BookCase.Club March 2017 Subscription Box Review – Booking for Love Case

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BookCase.Club is a one stop monthly subscription service for book lovers. Each month, you’ll receive 2 books curated for one of eight genres. For the Read to Me Case (children’s picture books), you’ll receive four books! With each new subscription, a book is donated to Books for Keeps in Athens, GA. This is an inexpensive book subscription – less than $15 including shipping per month! Subscriptions are available in 1, 3, 6, or 12-month terms and each one will automatically renew until you cancel. Gift subscriptions are also available.

Select your genre when you sign up. You can change the genre each month, but make sure to log in by the 10th to ensure your choice. If you have a multi-month subscription you will need to shoot them an email to switch. This month I am reviewing the “Booking for Love Case.”

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Recently, BookCase.Club had a bit of a face lift. They have a new box, they introduced a bookmark info card, and now they have exclusive patterned paper! Altogether, the new look is refreshing and polished.


I received 1 hardcover and 1 paperback this month, both by prodigious writers!


Here’s the front of the product info card, which is in a convenient bookmark form.


There was a bit of a teaser on the plots.

Country by Danielle Steel ($28 $11) Am I the only person who hasn’t read a Danielle Steel novel? She is listed as one of the most popular authors of all time and has a least 120 books published. I’m looking forward to seeing what she’s all about!

Stephanie Adams is a devoted stay-at-home mother, married to a successful lawyer in northern California, in a dead marriage she’s stayed in for years for the sake of her children. Then, on a ski trip in Squaw Valley, her fifty-two-year-old husband dies suddenly and all bets are off.

Despite her children’s grief, and her own conflicting emotions and loneliness, Stephanie tries to move on, but struggles to find herself as an independent individual after years of giving up her life for everyone else. A spur-of-the-moment road trip and fork in the road lead her to Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon, and a chance meeting—and her whole life changes forever.

She meets country music megastar Chase Taylor, who opens his whole world to her. Stephanie is no longer the same woman, and can’t be anymore. A new man. A new life. The excitement of Nashville. She discovers not only Chase, but herself. The music is bittersweet and the lyrics true in his dazzling, exotic, and honest world.

As it deftly explores the complex ties between spouses, children, lovers, and friends, and dances between the past and the future, Danielle Steel’s moving novel brilliantly captures the shock of sudden loss, and the freedom it can bring. Here America’s most beloved novelist shares the enduring power of seizing the day. Carpe diem.

Stars of Fortune by Nora Roberts ($17 $13.18) I think I’ve read a couple of books by this author, she has published over 200 of them! This particular book is a paranormal romance with suspense woven in for good measure.

Sasha Riggs is a reclusive artist, haunted by dreams and nightmares that she turns into extraordinary paintings. Her visions lead her to the Greek island of Corfu, where five others have been lured to seek the legendary fire star, part of an ancient prophecy. Sasha recognizes them, because she has drawn them: a magician, an archaeologist, a wanderer, a fighter, a loner. All on a quest. All with secrets.

Sasha is the one who holds them together—the seer. And in the magician, Bran Killian, she sees a man of immense power and compassion. As Sasha struggles with her rare ability, Bran is there to support her, challenge her, and believe in her.

When a dark threat looms, the six must use their combined powers—including trust, unity, and love—to find the fire star and keep the world on course.


I thought BookCase.Club did a great job of sending selections from wildly popular authors and can’t wait to jump right in! This month’s books totaled $24.18, which is well above the price of the subscription plus shipping.

What did you think of this month’s choices? Have you tried any of the BookCase Club subscriptions?

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