BookCase.Club December 2018 Subscription Box Review + 50% Off Coupon – Booking for Love Case

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This month I am reviewing the Booking for Love Case.

My books were wrapped in Bookcase.Club branded tissue paper.

I received two paperback books this month.

Everything in my box! It’s pretty no-frills.

In Ruins by Danielle Pearl ($14.99 list price, now $8.24) is a coming of age novel of a young woman who wants a new start when she goes away to college, only to have her recent heartbreak show up there too.

She wanted to start again. To be someone–anyone–different . . .

Freedom. When Carleigh Stanger thought of college, that was the word that came to mind. Freedom from her unhappy home life. Freedom from high school mistakes. Freedom from the memory of that terrible morning. Only instead of bringing a sweet escape, Carleigh’s first campus party traps her in the scornful gaze of the last person she wants to see, Tucker Green.

It wasn’t long ago that being close to Carleigh was everything Tucker wanted. But that was before he realized she was just another scheming girl who’d do whatever it took to get her way. Even lie to the guy she claimed to love. Unfortunately while Tucker’s brain remembers the pain Carleigh caused, his body only remembers the pleasure . . .

Burning Moon by Jo Watson ($14.99 list price, now $8.32) is another book for young adults, but this one is about a jilted woman who decides to go on her honeymoon alone, and then meets a smoldering man who shows her a good time. Is he going to be there for the long haul? We’ll have to read and see!

There’s a very fine line between blushing bride and mascara-streaked sobbing mess. #beenthere

Lilly Swanson has been planning her perfect life since she was twelve years old: Meet Mr. Right, have the big white wedding, buy a house in the burbs, and raise 2.5 picture-perfect kids. However, when her fiancé bails, leaving Lilly alone at the altar to face five hundred gossipy guests, her dream turns into a nightmare. But then Lilly makes an impulsive decision—she ditches the dress, grabs her passport, and heads off to Thailand to spend her honeymoon alone.

Or so she thinks . . .

Because Lilly quickly learns that everything in Thailand is very hot: the weather, the merchandise, and especially Damien—the sexy, spontaneous man she meets before her feet even hit the sand. Now with no plan, and nothing holding her back, Lilly lets Damien lead her on a wild, unpredictable ride to the world’s most exclusive party, Burning Moon. But after a week of letting go, indulging her every impulse and desire, Lilly must go back to the girl she used to be. Or can Damien convince her that their party doesn’t have to end?

“Top Pick! Almost a Bride put a smile on my face more than once. The dialogue was witty, the words were well-written and the heroine was one-of-a-kind.” —Harlequin Junkie

I received two books in my December BookCase.Club shipment that seem better suited to young adults and maybe aren’t quite my style, but then that happens sometimes and I have a young adult daughter to pass them along to. Both of these books came out in 2016 and are in perfect condition. My books had a value of around $16.56, which is just over the price paid for the box.

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

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