July Bookworm Box Review
The BookWorm Box, is a pretty incredible book subscription box. It is $39.99 and I believe around $10 for shipping. This is one of the more expensive subscription boxes. It definitely is not for everyone. 90% of the time it is indie authors featured and includes random swag, that may not appeal to people. It’s usually bookmarks and pens. However, I signed up because 100% of the cost of the box is donated to charity. That and Colleen Hoover (who is one of my favorite authors) owns The Bookworm Box, and curates it every month. I will include the link below, so you can check it out for yourselves. Also thought I should mention, all books come signed.
The Perfect Life, By Erin Noelle- I had the perfect life. The perfect husband. Colin Cassidy—the incredibly talented, extremely gorgeous, and unbelievably humble star NFL quarterback. The perfect marriage. Our bond was unbreakable. His support unwavering. The perfect career. As the recently-appointed executive director for the Boston chapter of Mending Hearts, a child abuse prevention and treatment program, my daily reward was helping to keep vulnerable, innocent children from being preyed upon and destroyed. It’s all I’d wanted to do since I was a teenager. Perfect city. Perfect car. Perfect house with the perfect view. From the outside looking in, it was impossible to find a single flaw in my life. I had it all. Everything I’d ever wanted. But that kind of perfection came at a price. Demanded the ultimate sacrifice. What happened when I discovered what I’d been missing all along? When I began to question if the lies were worth protecting? What if suddenly the last thing I wanted was to be perfect? (From Amazon)
Unseen Messages, By Pepper Winters- “Instincts are what keep us safe from fate. Ignoring them can change your life forever.”
Fame and fortune arrived overnight and after months on the road with her singing tour, all Estelle craves is peace. Tired and ready for paradise, she travels to Fiji to recuperate.
Stubborn and surly, Galloway is avoided by most–which is exactly the way he likes it. However, he’s done spending his life in regret and hopes to find redemption in the tropical wilderness.
Together, they board the flight that changes their fate forever. Crash landing on a deserted island, they not only have to figure out how to survive with no skills and daily dangers–learning how to fish, find water, and build shelter–but also inherit two children who look to them to keep them alive.
However, staying alive might be the least of Galloway and Estelle’s problems. As days creep to months and rescue doesn’t find them, their desire for each other ignites.
They started as strangers.
They grew to be friends.
They fought the desire to be lovers.
Lust can be the most beautiful thing. Love the most rewarding. But not on an island where life hangs by a thread and giving into temptation can kill you. (From Amazon)