ARC Review: Need You for Always by Marina Adair

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ARC Review: Need You for Always by Marina Adair
Need You for Always

4.5 Stars


Book Info

Released: October 13th 2015
Series: Heroes of St. Helena #2
Pages: 288
 

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“Need You for Always is a sweet and sexy small town romance novel that had my heart melt into a puddle of emotions.”
~ Under the Covers

Need You for Always is a sweet and sexy small town romance novel that had my heart melt into a puddle of emotions.  It sounds repetitive but there is no other way to say it except Adair, yet again, did not disappoint.  Kudos Marina, I yet again couldn’t hold my tears from falling.

Emmerson Blake has given up a lot since her mom died.  She has dedicated her life to helping her dad and little sister survive the tragedy that had hit their lives.  Now, her dream of owning her gourmet food truck is within reach. All she needs is to earn a little more money, and the truck is hers. To her surprize, the part time job she inquired about is offered by no other than Dax, her one-night-stand from several months back. Second thoughts came to mind, but she is determined to buy that truck.

Army Ranger Dax Boudin has come back home to recover from his injuries, but he has no plans to stay permanently.  He has his mind set on a job in San Jose, about two hours south of St. Helena.  But as any small town life goes, avoiding anyone from your past is almost impossible and he found himself needing to spend time with Emi and her overwhelming life.  The biggest problem is how he will keep it to a no-strings kind of relationship so, leaving will not be a problem.

It was easy to fall in love with Emerson and Dax’s story.  Their chemistry was off the grid.  They couldn’t stop themselves from flirting and throwing innuendos at each other.  They made me smile and laugh but what I love most is that they both have issues that were easily solved by the other.  They simply fit.  Of course, Dax was charming in his own right.  Not to mention sweet, sexy and romantic…when he wanted to be.

Emi’s sister was the most adorable part of the story.  Finding out how strong she is in this book, made me tear up and at the end, left me a feeling happy.  Of course, it always put a smile on my face when I get a glimpse of the Deluca family, as well, as the folks in this small town.

Next up is the Firefighter Boudin Brother.  The sneak peek at the end of this book will have you wanting more of him.  I can tell that Need You for Mine will be full of funny banters and lots of flirtings.  Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until next year.

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About Marina Adair

Marina Adair is a National bestselling author of romance novels. Along with the St. Helena Vineyard series, she is also the author of Tucker's Crossing, part of the Sweet Plains series. She currently lives in a hundred-year-old log cabin, nestled in the majestic redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains, with her husband and daughter.

As a writer, Marina is devoted to giving her readers contemporary romance where the towns are small, the personalities large, and the romance explosive.

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Maria D.

Thanks for the review – this sounds like a book I would enjoy reading

Timitra

Thanks for the review Angela

Elizabeth

Small town, sweet and sexy….love it!

Amy R

Thanks for the review, adding more books to my wishlist.