Risque Reads is a monthly romance novel subscription box. Upon subscribing you’ll choose from one of their three different subgenres; erotic romance, fantasy, or obedience. You can expect to receive 2 books each month and a special surprise. Subscriptions are $10.99 monthly
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Here’s the Box Breakdown
Our first glimpse inside the Risque Reads Subscription Box! It smells amazing!
Everything that we received in the Risque Reads Box. All this for just $10.99!
So what is all this stuff?
The first in a trilogy this book follows Katherine Hart as she attains a job at prestigious Knight Enterprise… a venture capitol company. Upon meeting the CEO Dominic Knight, Katherine is swayed by the charm of the self made billionaire but is very cautious.
This reminds us a bit of the 30 Shades of Gray Series which we were fans of so we’re definitely excited to read this one!
This story follows three sisters, the Turners on their search for a new kind of love in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania no less (woot, woot!). The Goodreads ratings say that this book has lots of drama and we love that so we are super pumped to read this one. We’ve never heard of this author before so we are eager to give this book a shot!
This little extra treat made the whole box smell fruity and delicious and is an adorable addition to this box
How cute is this? Love the way the colors blend together and we absolutely can’t wait to use this soap! Check out their site to see all of their products
So in summary
We look for three things in a subscription box; quality, curation, and presentation. The Risque Reads is a great way to get your monthly book fix and for the price it can not be beat! The presentation is great, the outside is discreet yet the inside is fun! The quality is awesome, two brand new books and a special surprise? We love the soap – it’s perfect! The curation is great! They hand select two books to match the genre you prefer. We love that the books we received had very different story lines and there’s a lot of interest in both books!