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Today I am unboxing a second Fiction Surprise box from Christianbook.com. This box used to be a complete mystery – a grab bag of fiction titles, if you will. Now you can see what titles are included in the box. After purchasing this box in June, which I was happy with, I was curious to see if the selections would change.
I am pleased to say that they do. I was also excited to see some titles that I have on my TBR list. So I had to get another box. The box has 10 fiction titles for $9.99 plus tax and shipping. I also found a few titles to add to my order.
The first book in the box was The Case of the Sin City Sister by Lynne Hinton (Mystery and Suspense).
The second book in the box was Precisely Terminated by Amanda L. Davis (YA Dystopian).
The third book in this box was Conspiracy of Silence by Ronie Kendig (Military Suspense).
The fourth book in this box was Rise of the Mystics by Ted Dekker (Supernatural Thriller).
The fifth book in this box was Thirst of Steel by Ronie Kendig (Military Suspense).
The sixth book in this box was When Mockingbirds Sing by Billy Coffey (Coming of Age Fiction).
The seventh book in this box was Imperfect Justice by Cara Putman (Legal Romantic Suspense).
The eighth book in this box was Hurricane Season by Lauren Denton (Southern Women’s Fiction).
The ninth book in this box was The British Brides novella collection (Historical Romance).
The tenth book in this box was An Amish Home novella collection (Amish Romance).
In addition to the surprise box, here are four deals that I couldn’t resist, An Amish Miracle novella collection (Amish Romance), Midnight on the River Grey by Abigail Wilson (Historical Romance), A Tale of Two Hearts by Michelle Griep (Historical Romance), and The Pages of Her Life by James L Rubart (Speculative Fiction).
Here is the whole box.
This is the second time I ordered this box and I am really happy with the purchase. Even though one of the books is a duplicate from the last box, I particularly wanted to read the two books by Ronie Kendig and Hurricane Season so the price of the box was definitely worth it. The box was $15 which amounts to less than $2/book. Christianbook.com is a great website to find deals on Christian fiction.
-Loraine NunleyUnboxing and review of the @Christianbook Fiction Surprise box - August 2020 #ChristianFiction Click To Tweet