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review 2015-08-29 01:24
Treasured by Thursday (Weekday Brides Series Book 7) - Catherine Bybee

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Treasured by Thursday is the final book in the Weekday Brides series from Catherine Bybee. I've enjoyed each and every book in the series to day and was a little bit sad as I read knowing it was the end of the series. I love getting to visit with favorite characters with each new installment of the series, and loved we got to see everyone in Treasured by Thursday.


I have to be honest and admit while I really liked Gabi from the very beginning; it took some time for me to warm up to Hunter. I just felt like he was keeping too many secrets from Gabi and he really seemed almost cold when they first met. Luckily, it quickly became apparent that there was so much more to Hunter than what he initially let Gabi see. I really did love watching both Hunter's and Gabi's feelings change the more time they spent together. I liked their chemistry took time to grow, and it felt real to me.


I loved once Hunter realized his true feelings for Gabi he became even more protective of her than even her brother. He would do anything to keep her safe, and he proved it over and over again. I also could tell Gabi had real feelings for Hunter when he shared his secret reason for wanting to marry her and she did everything in her power to make everything work out.


Treasured by Thursday was a wonderful end to the Weekday Brides series. Readers were treated with appearances by all the other couples in the series. I honestly felt like each of the 7 books in the series were great reads and as a series were even better. 



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review 2015-08-11 00:00
Treasured by Thursday (Weekday Brides Series Book 7)
Treasured by Thursday (Weekday Brides Series Book 7) - Catherine Bybee Out of heartbreak and pain comes happiness and love. It took a while to get there but it proved worth the wait. Hunter started off a toad who became a prince. Willing to do whatever necessary for what had become his most precious acquisition, Gabi. Gabi stumbled into her rainbow after years of dark clouds and rain. I have not had the pleasure of reading the other books within Catherine Bybee's The Weekday Bride series. I am going to love experiencing it from the beginning. Treasured by Thursday is a story of sacrifice, understanding and learning when to let go. Touching story of hope. I received an ARC of Treasured by Thursday in exchange for an honest review.
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review 2015-08-10 00:00
Treasured by Thursday (Weekday Brides Series Book 7)
Treasured by Thursday (Weekday Brides Series Book 7) - Catherine Bybee This review was originally posted on Bookish Things & More


This is the second book I've read in The Weekday Brides series, and it did not disappoint.

Gabriella is still trying to get over the events that happened to her on her brother's vacation island.  She doesn't trust men, and it doesn't help when Hunter pretty much blackmails her into marrying him.  She's very sarcastic, and I love that.  She knows how to handle this marriage going in, but things may run deeper.  Hunter is trying to help his image for his own reasons.  If things go the way he thinks they will, he will be slammed by the media.

The banter between these two is amazing.  They both know how to give as good as they get.  And their attraction to each other is chemistry in the making.  I love seeing them each grow while trying to understand each other.  They have flaws, concerns, and fears.  I also love the way Bybee mixes romance with suspense, and leaves wondering what is going to happen next.  How far will the danger go?

There's never a slow, or dull, moment in these pages.  You quickly get lost in them, and then are saddened when it's over.  I will definitely be getting the rest of this series so I can see how the other characters came to be in their relationship.




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text 2015-01-29 06:56
Thursdays New Books - 29 JAN
The Damage Done - Mark Matthews
On the Lips of Children - Mark Matthews
Stray - Mark Matthews
Dark Currents: Agent of Hel - Jacqueline Carey
Lagoon - Nnedi Okorafor
The Masked Songbird - Emmie Mears

Just a few books this week, which is a relief after the huge haul last week.


I really liked Mark Mathew's Milk-Blood (review forthcoming) so I picked up some more of his books. Lagoon has mixed reviews, but I'm always on the lookout for new and interesting perspectives so I'll try this. I'm also always looking for some UF that doesn't suck, so maybe we'll get lucky with Masked Songbird and Dark Currents. Unfortunately, I didn't realize Dark Currents is written by the same person who did Kushiel's Dart which I didn't like. Now that I've bought it I'll give it a try but unfortunately I'm not very optimistic.

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review 2014-01-17 00:00
Lost in a Good Book (A Thursday Next Novel)
Lost in a Good Book - Jasper Fforde More fun adventures in life and literature for Ms. Next, and plenty of glimpses of "Homo sapien at his least sapient." These books are great if for the wordplay alone. Looking forward to more adventures with Thursday.
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