We ship during the last week of the month to make sure you have the newest books before the next month starts. For example, the June box will ship during the last week of May. The deadline to sign up is always the 20th of the month.
Fresh Fiction curates a box filled with new releases, in a combination of print books and eBooks, for readers. Every box includes 5 - 7 books. We strive to bring you the new and now in genre fiction, like romance and mystery, and introduce you to bestsellers and new authors alike. Get the book store experience delivered straight to your door.
Assortment of 3 - 5 New Release Fiction Print Books
2 - 4 Easy to Download eBooks
Features Romance, Mystery, and More! Surprises every month!
All Subscriptions ship during the last week of the month
FREE Shipping to anywhere in the US, discounted shipping everywhere else
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The First Box! Fresh Fiction Box Not To Miss
by Terah W written 2 years ago
As a long summer winds down, I was drawn away and caught between the pages of romance.
I just received my April box of books and I am SOLD. This book box contained 3 mass market paperbacks (2 romance, 1 cozy mystery), 1 trade paperback (chicklit?), and 1 hardcover (mystery). It also contained 2 ebooks (1 romance and 1 cozy mystery). I am super excited about most of the books. I love romance and cozy mystery books. The ones in my box are all very recent and when I went to Barnes and Noble, I saw the prices and all together, the books are way over the price of the box.
My only reservation about this box is that they I did receive a mystery book (NOT a cozy at all!) which I don't actually read, so I will have to gift it to a friend. Hopefully, in the future, they will send more more romance/cozy type books.
All in all, this box is so much fun. It made my spring break full of great, fun reads. I will be continuing my subscription for a few more months in the hopes that I will keep getting awesome romances.
Same old, Same old
by susan written 8 months ago
I've gotten used to this box. Of the book books they send, half of them are ones I like and will read and the other half are billionaire alpha businessmen or rock stars or sheikhs. Hate those books. I'd rather read about some shifter or vampire than a billionaire, and I don't really care for the paranormal that much. I wish there was some way to encourage the selection of what I like.