Fresh Fiction Box November 2018 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Fresh Fiction Box Not To Miss is a monthly book subscription that sends 4-7 new release books for $25.95. Shipping is free to the U.S. but they also ship worldwide. You can choose from a 1 or 3-month plan and both plans auto renew. Alternatively, you can also buy a one-time box from their online shop. They send 3-5 new release print books and codes for 2-3 downloadable ebooks! Most of the books will be from the romance genre but they may occasionally send mystery, erotica, YA, and paranormal books too.

DEAL: Save $3 on your first Fresh Fiction Not To Miss box with coupon code HELLO.

Everything in my November 2018 box! I received 4 paperbacks. Fresh Fiction sends different box variations each month so keep in mind that your box may vary from mine! I did not get any inserts in my box this month. I’m assuming they were just missed but I’ll  be checking next month.

Be with Me by Jules Bennett ($6.47) – A new town with romance on the horizon. What can’t go wrong? Love, sex, and a bit of Southern charm. Let’s do this!

Three best friends are starting over in the cozy town of Haven, Georgia, where revamping the local airport brings dreams of love and family within reach . . .

Since moving to Haven to help out her closest friends, Melanie Ramsey has begun to reclaim her strength after a difficult divorce. Through Mel’s Motivational Blog, she’s inspiring other women too. Then a wild, one-night fling with Haven’s gorgeous deputy leaves her shaken, stirred—and pregnant.  But Melanie’s not giving up her newfound independence for another powerful man. Not even one as upstanding and intriguing as
Tanner Roark . . .

What matters most to Tanner: defending the weak, seeking justice, and protecting his heart after a tragic loss. Random hookups have been working out just fine until he and Melanie collide. Despite her domineering ex’s best efforts to rattle her, she’s still kind and resilient. Not to mention witty, straight-talking, and sexy as hell. Chemistry is easy. Trust, not so much. But when you find the one who sends your heart soaring, what can you do except buckle up and hold on tight? . . .

The Good, The Bad, and the Duke by Janna MacGregor ($5.98) – This is book 4 of 5 of the Cavensham Heiresses series. This sounds like it would make a great Hallmark Movie. I’ve been watching a bunch of those lately and having the heroine home for the holidays and stuck someplace she wasn’t expecting with a man she wasn’t supposed to like. Yep, Hallmark movie I would watch in a heartbeat.

A lady with a noble mission. A duke looking for redemption. A forbidden love that cannot be denied, in The Good, The Bad, and The Duke by Janna MacGregor.

Lady Daphne Hallworth is ready to celebrate the holidays with her family. But when they accidentally leave her home alone, Daphne uses the time to work on her dream―opening a home for unwed mothers. But her quest isn’t problem-free: She’s in a battle to win the property for the home against her brother’s best friend-turned-enemy, Paul Barstowe, Duke of Southart. And that’s not all: someone has stolen her personal diary, which holds secrets that could devastate her family. Daphne has always harbored private feelings for the man her family scorns…though perhaps striking a bargain with the handsome Duke will solve both their problems?

Paul, long considered good for nothing, aims to open a hospital to honor his brother and restore his reputation. So when a conflict over the land brings him straight into Daphne’s life, they make a deal: He will help her find her diary if Daphne can change her family’s opinion of him. But before he can win her family’s affection, he has to win hers first. Maybe love was the answer to their family feud all along?

The Military Wife by Laura Trentham ($16.99) – This is an Advanced Readers Copy and the actual book is released on February 5, 2019. These always make me so excited when I get something ahead of release. I feel so in the know and I get so excited. This book looks even more intriguing to me since I also live in NC and have many military family and friends. I’m going to curl up next to my fire and delve into Harper’s story and see what all NC stories they have to share.

A young widow embraces a second chance at life when she reconnects with those who understand the sacrifices made by American soldiers and their families in award-winning author Laura Trentham’s The Military Wife.

Harper Lee Wilcox has been marking time in her hometown of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina since her husbandNoah Wilcox’s death, nearly five years earlier. With her son Ben turning five and living at home with her mother, Harper fights a growing restlessness, worried that moving on means leaving the memory of her husband behind.

Her best friend, Allison Teague, is dealing with struggles of her own. Her husband, a former SEAL that served with Noah, was injured while deployed and has come home physically healed but fighting PTSD. With three children underfoot and unable to help her husband, Allison is at her wit’s end.

In an effort to reenergize her own life, Harper sees an opportunity to help not only Allison but a network of other military wives eager to support her idea of starting a string of coffee houses close to military bases around the country.

In her pursuit of her dream, Harper crosses paths with Bennett Caldwell, Noah’s best friend and SEAL brother. A man who has a promise to keep, entangling their lives in ways neither of them can foresee. As her business grows so does an unexpected relationship with Bennett. Can Harper let go of her grief and build a future with Bennett even as the man they both loved haunts their pasts?

A Sparkle of Silver by Liz Johnson ($10.19) – Another southern tale for the cold winter nights. I’m all up for a good cosplay and if there is an estate that does a full-on tour I’d love to take it.  Put that in with a treasure hunt and some romance and it sounds like so much fun.

Ninety years ago, Millie Sullivan’s great-grandmother was a guest at oil tycoon Howard Dawkins’ palatial estate on the shore of St. Simons Island, Georgia. Now, Millie plays a 1920s-era guest during tours of the same manor. But when her grandmother suggests that there is a lost diary containing the location of a hidden treasure on the estate, along with the true identity of Millie’s great-grandfather, Millie sets out to find the truth of her heritage–and the fortune that might be hers. When security guard Ben Thornton discovers her snooping in the estate’s private library, he threatens to have her fired. But her story seems almost too ludicrous to be fiction, and her offer to split the treasure is too tempting to pass up . . .

Get ready for a romantic escapade through dark halls and dusty corners that will have you holding your breath and sighing with delight as two charming characters get caught up in the adventure of uncovering the past and finding their way to an unexpected future

This month’s tea is a Maple Apple Cider. Fresh Fiction box always sends a tea for us to make so we can curl up and read and have something hot to drink.

Another fun box from Fresh Fiction Box Not To Miss this month. While I was missing my inserts and notes I’m loving the books they sent. They have a southern feel to them and then getting an advanced copy is the icing on the cake.  It’s been so cold here lately and they are calling for actually snow accumulation this coming weekend I’m ready to curl up with my tea and fire and read for hours.

What did you think of this month’s book selection?

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