Men Read Romance Inaugural Subscription Box

So after weird mail delays where I ended up getting all of my July/early August packages over the course of two days, I finally got Lyssa Kay Adams’s inaugural Men Read Romance Subscription Box!

And (maybe more importantly) I finally uploaded the box opening video!

Warning: Spoilers of what’s in the box below.

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My Review of the Men Read Romance: Starter Kit for Novice Romance Readers

It’s double post day! After too many months without posting, I’m going all out today.

As I mentioned in my previous post, I’ve been on a romance reading kick this year. Because who hasn’t needed some happily ever after in the past year and a half? And when I found Lyssa Kay Adams’s website and her Men Read Romance subscription box, well, I had to sign up.

And being relatively new to the romance genre, I also ordered her Men Read Romance Starter Kit.

Well, the starter kit arrived TODAY! And I did a video unboxing.

Overall, I’m super happy with this Men Read Romance Starter Kit. First, it came with 5 books, 4 of which I have not read yet. So I know what I’ll be doing this weekend!

Do you read romance? Why or why not? If you do, who are your favorite romance authors? Share in the comments below!

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Romance Books Have Sort of Become My Thing

On New Year’s weekend, I binged a little show called The Bridgertons on Netflix. (Thank you Shondaland!) When I realized the show was based on a book series by Julia Quinn, I immediately opened my Libby app and checked out the first of the (audio)books, The Duke and I. (This is the book the first season of The Bridgertons is based on.)

I became immediately hooked obessed with reading regency romances.

But like any good obsession, it spiraled and soon I was reading all sorts of romance—Scottish highlands, western, contemporary, sports, comedy.

Out of the 93 books I’ve read so far this year, 65 fall in the romance genre.

Right? I know.

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