BookCase.Club December 2018 Subscription Box Review & 50% Off Coupon – Teenage Dream

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BookCase.Club is a monthly book subscription box where you’ll receive two hand-picked books in one of eight genres. (For the children’s picture book box you’ll get four books!) This is an inexpensive book subscription – less than $15 including shipping per month!

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When you sign up, you’ll pick the genre. I selected Teenage Dreams this month!

Bookcase Club cames in a box with their name all over it and the books wrapped in matching tissue paper. It is so fun!

My December Teenage Dreams books are The Unlikelies by Carrie Firestone ($9.88) and Frost Blood by Elle Blake ($6.98). This month I got one hardback and one paperback book this month.

The Unlikelies by Carrie Firestone ($9.88) – I love the Breakfast Club and it’s a great bouncing off point for any book. Mixing different people up always leads to entertainment. Another book I could see has a TV show. Maybe on Freeform. It’s a little goodie-two-shoes sounding for the CW.

Five teens embark on a summer of vigilante good samaritanism in a novel that’s part The Breakfast Club, part The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks, and utterly captivating.

Rising high school senior Sadie is bracing herself for a long, lonely, and boring summer. But things take an unexpected turn when she steps in to help rescue a baby in distress and a video of her good deed goes viral.

Suddenly internet-famous, Sadie’s summer changes for the better when she’s introduced to other “hometown heroes.” These five very different teens form an unlikely alliance to secretly right local wrongs, but when they try to help a heroin-using friend, they get in over their heads and discover that there might be truth in the saying “no good deed goes unpunished.” Can Sadie and her new friends make it through the summer with their friendships–and anonymity–intact?

This rich and thought-provoking novel takes on timely issues and timeless experiences with a winning combination of romance, humor, and wisdom.

Frost Blood by Elle Blake ($6.98) – Oh, a Supernatural Thriller. I love some supernatural in my stories and the beginnings of a series is a good kick-off. I want to see how Ruby kicks some booty and takes names as she avenges her mother and finds romance.

Seventeen-year-old Ruby is a Fireblood who has concealed her powers of heat and flame from the cruel Frostblood ruling class her entire life. But when her mother is killed trying to protect her, and rebel Frostbloods demand her help to overthrow their bloodthirsty king, she agrees to come out of hiding, desperate to have her revenge.
Despite her unpredictable abilities, Ruby trains with the rebels and the infuriating–yet irresistible–Arcus, who seems to think of her as nothing more than a weapon. But before they can take action, Ruby is captured and forced to compete in the king’s tournaments that pit Fireblood prisoners against Frostblood champions. Now she has only one chance to destroy the maniacal ruler who has taken everything from her–and from the icy young man she has come to love.
Vivid and compelling, Frostblood is the first in an exhilarating series, followed by Fireblood and Nightblood, about a world where flame and ice are mortal enemies…but together create a power that could change everything.

BookCase.Club sent another couple of books that work great into my library. It is an inexpensive way to keep my books flowing and already at my house so I can grab one to read at any time. I’m a big believer that I read more when the books are here and ready for me. I also love real books over electronic books so this is perfect for me.  A couple of new books by normally new to me authors makes me smile each month. The teenage dreams box always reminds me of TV shows. I think most of these could be shows pretty easily and since I really like TV as well as reading its a win-win all around.

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