I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review and as part of the book’s blog tour promotions.

Let me just say first that while I haven’t written any review for the other books in this series, I definitely read them one by one before I finally got to this seventh book. I did it, so I can have the background I need for this series and the characters in general. Therefore, I have to say that Gabi may have frustrated me a time or two, but I truly appreciate her character.

Now, let’s go to the hero. Hunter. Well, it’s kind of hard to like a hero who forces a heroine’s hand to get what he wants. But I’ve read darker books than this, and I didn’t even cringe. This doesn’t really come close to other heroes I’ve met who’ve done far worse than Hunter. Therefore, he didn’t really bother me at all. I think that he and Gabi made quite a pair, a bully and a woman who’s been through a tough time.

I like the way this series ends. While there have been other books from the series that I liked more than this one, I still have to say that Treasured By Thursday is a great book, and I am definitely glad to have read it and to have been given a chance to review this book.

If you’ve followed this series, you shouldn’t miss this book because I personally think this is a solid, satisfying final book. If you haven’t read a book from this series before, you can still read this book as a standalone, but I recommend to at least check out the preceeding books. Go ahead and binge-read this series. I can assure you that you won’t regret a single book.

Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – Wife By Wednesday

Book 2 – Married By Monday

Book 3 – Fiance By Friday

Book 4 – Single By Saturday

Book 5 – Taken By Tuesday

Book 6 – Seduced By Sunday

Book 7 – Treasured By Thursday


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