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By Katee Robert


Seven Brothers. Seven Brides. A revenge seven years in the making.

Eight years ago, my family was betrayed by those closest to us. Now we’re back in Sabine Valley, staging our return during the feast of Lammas, where I step into the ring and ensure we’re given what we’re owed. Who we’re owed.

Our enemies send their seven best warriors against me. With each victory, I win a Bride for each of my brothers. And for me? I’m saving the best for last. My Bride is Harlow, the woman claimed by the man I used to call friend—the one responsible for our exile. Eli.

And if Eli has a problem with it? Well, then I’ll take him as my Bride, too. All the better to enact my revenge…and bring Sabine Valley to its knees.

The Paine brothers are back, and we’re here to stay.

In Abel, you’ll find:
– Friends to Enemies to Lovers
– Hate F*ck
– MMF Romance
– Marriage of Convenience x2
– Relationship in Trouble
-Sword-Cross Guarantee


Katee Robert is my go-to author for erotic and flat out dirty stories. Abel is the first book in her new series, loosely based on Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. There’s Seven Brothers and already more than seven Brides introduced in this story. Luckily there’s a Bridgerton influence and all the brothers are named in alphabetically order which helps the reader keep track. Abel is the oldest brother and on the family’s return to Sabine Valley, he takes both the leader of the Raider faction, Eli, and Eli’s wife, Harlow, as his Brides. Harlow and Eli’s relationship was at the breaking point before this event and the inclusion of Abel and the events of the book allowed them to reconnect. I think Harlow was my favorite character in this book. She was put in a glass cage by Eli but Abel gives her a chance to break out and come into her own. Like all Katee Robert’s books, this is a sexy story and the relationship between Eli, Abel, and Harlow is definitely MMF. This book had a lot of step up and I have a feeling the other books in the series maybe end up being stronger stories than this one. But Abel definitely pulled me into the world and introduces other couples I’m very curious about. A good start to the series!

*Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.


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