Last man standing Adam Baudouin finally falls for the girl-next-door-everyone’s-friend Harper Owens, in the fitting finale of Marina Adair’s Heroes Of St. Helena Series. I enjoyed each love story of the Baudouin brothers and their tryst with their sassy heroines. Needless to say that this series was my first read of Marina Adair and she’s warmed into my heart with her charming and captivating stories.NeedYouForMine-StHelenaHeroes-MarinaAdair


Harper Owens needs Adam Baudouin as much as he needs her for himself. What starts off as pretend relationship to save her lingerie store and get him a promotion, both Harper and Adam never saw the fire that ignites between them. Their chemistry is hot, connection is soul deep, and the empathy and caring they have for each other takes them by surprise. Throw in a generous dose of wit and family meddling, you’ve got one sexy read of a romance.

Harper is just this colorful, ultra sweet and an amazingly good person, and Adam compliments her with his protective and helpful, the imperfectly perfect hero for his heroine. “Need You For Mine” is a dazzling narration and writing prowess of Marina that keeps the story interesting and brings a chuckle as Harper and Adam muddle through relationship to get their happily ever after.HeroesOfStHelena-MarinaAdair

From “Need You For Keeps” to “Need You For Always”, to finally “Need You For Mine”, Marina weaves heartwarming stories of the Baudouin brothers, considered as the Heroes of St. Helena.


Received an ARC from Montlake Romance via NetGalley for an honest review.