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Today I am unboxing my recent haul from Christianbook.com. This is a great website to find deals on Christian books and other products. I was able to find some good bargains and get a few books that were on my Christmas list.

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Unboxing

The first book in the box was Christmas at Carnton by Tamara Alexander (historical romance) which I got for $2.39.

The second book in the box was Honeysuckle Dreams by Denise Hunter (contemporary romance) which I got for $5.99.

The third book in the box was When Love Arrives by Johnnie Alexander (contemporary romance) which I got for $6.49.

The fourth book in the box was Deadly Intentions by Lisa Harris (romantic suspense) which I got for $3.19.

The fifth book in the box was Vanishing Point by Lisa Harris (romantic suspense) which I got for $2.99.

The sixth book in the box was Twelve Days of Christmas by Debbie Macomber (Christmas romance) which I got for $4.99.

The seventh book in the box was In the Shadow of Croft Towers by Abigail Wilson (historical romance) which I got for $4.49.

The eighth book in the box was They Danced On by Carre Armstrong Gardner (general fiction) which I got for $2.99.

The ninth book in the box was Mind of Her Own by Denise Lesire Brandmeyer (contemporary romance) which I got for $1.99.

The tenth book in the box was Bible Basics for Everyone by Terry Glaspey (nonfiction) which I got for $0.99.

The eleventh book in the box was The Dead Sea Scrolls by Biblical Archaeology Society (nonfiction) which I got for $1.49.

The twelfth book in the box was Collateral Damage by Lynette Eason (romantic suspense) which I got for $5.00.

Here is everything I received in the box.



Overall Opinion

I get myself in trouble just about every time I browse Christianbook’s website. 🙂 They have so many deals going on all the time. It is a great place to get bargains on Christian books. I spent $53 on this haul and received 12 books plus a mini ruler so I consider this haul to be a success. I’ve included links within the descriptions above to purchase these titles (if they are still available) from Christianbook directly but if you can’t find them there, affiliate links to the titles on Amazon are listed below.

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4 thoughts on “Unboxing and Review: Christianbook Haul (January 2021)

  1. Hello Loraine All of the books look so amazing and sound like great books to read! Blessings to You!

  2. What a fantastic bargain — that’s a lot of books for just over $50! Especially if you consider the retail price for just one. I have never ordered from Christian Book before.

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