Subscription Box Review: Cozy Reader Club

Subscription Box Review: Cozy Reader Club


Cozy Reader Club is a monthly subsription box which caters to readers who love to snuggle up on the couch or in a bubble bath with a good book, a sweet snack and a warm cup of something to drink. Busy moms, moms-to-be, any woman with a busy life- this is the box for you!

The subscription costs $64.95 per month and it is well worth it! Here is a break down of each item included in the June box:

A hard-cover copy of The Children by Ann Leary- $26.99
The touching tale of a blended family burdened with familiar and relatable issues. Narrated by the reculsive Maynard daughter, we steal a peek into the conflicts and secrect lives of this wealthy Northeastern family and their house guests.

A 1oz. Bag of Guava White tea- $7.28
A perfect blend for summer. Delicate white tea with notes of guava, stawberry and ginger. This organic blend from Remedy Teas is as uplifting as it is soothing.

Pack of three vegan, gluten-free Raspberry Macaroons- $2.99
Tart raspberry and creamy coconut combine in this delightfully sweet treat.

Organic, vegan Bath Soak from Being Apothecary- $34.00
Rose and Sandlewood combine to alleviate tension and boost relaxation and sensuality. Additionally, Coconut milk and cocoa butter combine to moisturize and soften skin.

Crochet Washcloth- $8.00
The perfect accompaniment to the bath soak, the washcloth from Shady Creek Farm is the perfect texture to scrub and soothe all types of skin.

I am thoroughly pleased with the content and quality of this box. It is a great counterpart the the plethora of young adult reading subscription boxes. Check out their Instagram account @cozyreaderclub or order your box today

This box was purchased by me and no compensation was provided by the company for this review. All opinions are honest and my own.

Read Voraciously.



5 thoughts on “Subscription Box Review: Cozy Reader Club

      1. I’m afraid I couldn’t justify a cost like that every month even without extra shipping, especially with our economy failing. But it’s very interesting to see what these companies are doing and I will see if there’s anything similar in the UK as they would make good gifts, too.


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