Litjoy Crate Unboxing – April

It’s been a while since I’ve done a book box unboxing. However, I recently subscribed to LitJoy Crate again. Thus, I have a new crate to unbox!

I was excited to get back into the swing of things. If I’m honest I didn’t really care what the theme was going to be. I was just excited to be a subscriber again.

April’s  theme was “Darlings & Deception” which made me very excited. The combination of those two things is really intriguing to me.

Next month theme is “Dark Kingdom” and I am incredibly excited to receive it. I can’t wait what dark and twisted items and book was selected for the crate.

Let’s get into this month’s unboxing!

In this month’s crate I received:

  • A Midsumer Night #nofilter: This is a Midsummer Night’s Dream retelling. This time with technology.
  • A Marie Antoinette Apron
  • Colored Pencils & A Double-sided Coloring Page
  • A Bee Brave Enamel Pin

 

I’m going to be honest. I don’t think I will get a lot of use out of a few of these items. What am I a huge fan of? I would say my favorite items from this month’s box are the enamel pin, colored pencils, and the book.


The book for this month’s Litjoy Crate was Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Ansten

Shy aspiring artist Imogene Chively has just had a successful Season in London, complete with a suitor of her father’s approval. Imogene is ambivalent about the young gentleman until he comes to visit her at the Chively estate with his younger brother in tow. When her interest is piqued, however, it is for the wrong brother.

Charming Ben Steeple has a secret: despite being an architectural apprentice, he has no drawing aptitude. When Imogene offers to teach him, Ben is soon smitten by the young lady he considers his brother’s intended.

But hiding their true feelings becomes the least of their problems when, after a series of “accidents,” it becomes apparent that someone means Ben harm. And as their affection for each other grows—despite their efforts to remain just friends—so does the danger. . .


 


I’m excited to dive into this book. I think it just might be my next read!

 

What did you think of this month’s LitJoy Crate?

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