When I saw the ‘Dragons’ theme for December’s Fairyloot box I ordered one as soon as I could! As a girl born and bred in Wales, loving dragons is in my nature!
So here’s an unboxing of the items.
The book is Fire & Heist by Sarah Beth Durst. The author letter has this amazing print of the main character and one fierce looking dragon.
Next up are the two items that completely convinced me I NEEDED, no longer wanted, this box. One of those items is this arc of The Storm Crow by Kalyn Josephson, I’m hoping to read it soon. And I was blown away by this book sleeve, designed by Sweet Sequels (a shop I fangirl over daily on IG).
I was a little disappointed to learn that the ACOTAR series had won the tarot card vote, as I’m not a fan of the series myself.
I do however love the Throne of Glass series, Manon is a huge favourite of mine in this series. I wouldn’t necessarily class Abraxos as a dragon, but I can admire the beauty of this print.
I can’t resist a nice piece of jewellery as long as it’s silver, however I’m not a fan of this paticular piece. If it had a head that resembled an actual dragon, I could appreciate it much more!
This adorable pin flag was also included, it’s already hanging up in my room showing off a few of my favourite bookish pins.
The final item was a six month book journal, however I sent mine on to a friend and totally forgot to take a picture!
Magnetic bookmarks were missing from everybody’s boxes last month due to a packing order, but they’re meant to arriving soon.
The Sweet Sequels book sleeve. I’m a Harry Potter fan for life!
Least favourite item
It’s a tie between the tarot cards and the dragon necklace.
My next unboxing will be of the January Fairyloot box.