Crazy COVID delays meant I didn’t get this box until mid-December, but it was so worth the wait! November’s theme was Enemies to Lovers (which is also my favourite trope) and featured a book I’m pretty excited to read: These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong. The Fairyloot edition had an exclusive cover, pink sprayed edges, and artwork by Monolime art on the inside of the dust jacket. I’m just realizing that I didn’t get an author letter, but you can see the artwork for it by Laura R here.
Also included in this box was a bookmark set by Rakusu Art showcasing popular characters in modern clothing. It’s hard to see in my photos, but the bookmarks have some pretty foiling as well!
My favourite item in the box was a Cruel Prince totebag with artwork by my favourite artist, Rosiethorns88! I don’t use tote bags, so I’m hoping to turn it into a pillow case to showcase with the rest of my Rosie collection! You can view the artwork here.
Also included were some pretty useful items: An Angelfall-inspired screen cleaner and The Wrath and the Dawn-inspired purse holder designed by Tara Spruit, and a super cute Shatter Me-inspired scrunchie.
When it warms up in Canada, I’m looking forward to using this A Song of Wraiths and Ruin-inpsired scarf designed by Jennifer Hawkyard. I’ve got this book on my TBR for the new year and can’t wait to read it.
Finally, I’m missing one of the tarot cards, but the Crescent City card series continues with Rhun and Lehaba (missing)! Rhun is my favourite character from the book, so I’m so thrilled to have gotten his card at least!