July’s box was great! It included author’s I’ve read before, one’s I’ve heard of but never read and a completely new to me author. I’m excited to check out the stories! They all sound amazing from the blurbs!
This month’s box included:
4 signed paperbacks
Door sign, coloring page, pen, candy
Facial cleanser (which I used and it is ABSOLUTELY amazing!)
The Rookie and The Rockstar by Jiffy Kate
Lola Carradine isn’t just rocking the stage, she’s rocking Bo Bennett’s world. Gossip Thread has recently heard rumors that actress-turned-singer, Lola Carradine, is reportedly dating Bo Bennett, the New Orleans Revelers’ hottest new rookie. With her next album set to drop in less than two months, what Gossipers are dying to know is: is this the real deal or the latest publicity ploy from Camp Carradine?#TheRookieandTheRockstar Baseball News has been following the developing story of rookie third baseman, Bo Bennett, and singer, Lola Carradine. With this being a crucial time in the young athlete’s life, finally making it to the Big Leagues, we have to ask ourselves: is this the right move this early in his career or will the rocker be too much of a distraction?
Dance with Me by Kristen Proby
Starla. Just Starla. She doesn’t have a last name, and she doesn’t need one. Not with that many Grammys on her mantel. Everyone knows her kick-ass, no-holds-barred style of singing, dancing, and living. No one knows that America’s Sweetheart is still living with the wreckage of four years ago, when her world was torn apart. Losing her fiancé was devastating, but she’s channeled all of that into her music. Closing off her heart opened a hundred new doors. Officer Levi Crawford, Seattle PD. For almost twenty years, Levi has been consumed by the law. He eats, sleeps, and breathes work. Not just because he’s a workaholic, but because he loves it. Sure, he doesn’t have time for a woman and barely sees the rest of his family, but it’s a trade he’s always been happy to make. Until Starla. Two lonely hearts could learn to beat again, if they’re willing to dance together.
When Forever Changes by Siobhan Davis
Gabby Looking back, I should have seen the signs. Perhaps I did, but I subconsciously chose to ignore them. From the time I was ten, when I first met Dylan, I knew he was my forever guy. Back then, I couldn’t put words to what I was feeling, but, as the years progressed, I came to recognize it for what it was—soul-deep love. The kind only very few people ever get to experience. Dylan was more than just my best friend, my childhood sweetheart, my lover. He was my soul mate. We were carved from the same whole—destined to be together forever. Until he changed. And I believed I was no longer good enough. Until he shattered me so completely, it felt like I ceased to exist. And I’d never experienced such heart-crushing pain. Until he leveled me a second time, and I truly wanted to die. But I had to stay strong because I wasn’t alone in this cruel twist of fate. I look to the sky, pleading with the stars, begging someone to tell me what I should do because I don’t know how to deal with this. I don’t know how to cope when my forever has changed, and I can’t help wondering if I had seen the signs earlier, if I’d pushed him, would it have been enough to save us? Or had fate already decided to alter our forever?
The Loss Between Us by Brooke Mcbride
Can two grieving souls move past loss and find redemption in love?I wasn’t always this person. I was happy. I was successful. I loved my life. But after losing my husband and unborn child, I cloaked myself in unbearable grief and guilt that threatened to destroy me. Not even my family could reach me as I spiraled into despair hiding a secret I could never share. And then he walked into my life…Nash Wilson had faced his own darkness and come through the other side. His strength gave me hope for a second chance at love. He didn’t want to fix me. He just wanted to love me. But he was hiding secrets of his own.Secrets I might not be able to forgive.Secrets that could either destroy us……or heal us.But we’ll both have to let go of our pasts if there is any hope for a future together.