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Blurb (from Goodreads):"Readers will root for [Eden and Tyler], like they would with Edward and Bella-the mutual attraction and need for one another is palpable. It rings of passion, excitement, and first love." — VOYA Magazine on Did I Mention I Love You?
It's been a year since Eden last spoke to Tyler. After his sudden departure, she left for Chicago for college and found a new boyfriend-someone who (hopefully) won't run when things get tough, like Tyler did. But as school breaks up for the summer, she heads back to Los Angeles. And she's not the only one with that idea...
Despite their break-up, Tyler's determined to rekindle what they once had. He's restarted his life and he wants her in it. Eden's not sure where to begin in finally forgiving him. But when a tragedy draws them together, Eden must search her heart and decide if Tyler is worth the risk once and for all.
In Did I Mention I Miss You?, the explosive finale to Wattpad senstation Estelle Maskame's DIMILY trilogy: three unforgettable summers of secrets, heartbreak, and forbidden romance.
Look for the companion novels:
Did I Mention I Love You? Available Now!
Did I Mention I Need You? in March 2016
My rating: 3.25 of 5 stars
“The biggest difference between your dad and Tyler?” Mom says quietly. She hesitates for only a moment. “Your dad never came back.”
This was a YA contemporary romance which picked up a year after the previous book.
I felt quite sorry for Eden in this book as it seemed like she’d had to put up with a lot during the course of a year, whilst Tyler had just left and put everything but Eden behind him.
The storyline in this was about Eden and Tyler meeting up again after a year apart, and having to decide where their relationship would go, especially given how against the relationship it seemed Eden’s father was. I did feel like it took a while for the book to really get going though, and there wasn’t enough romance for me, as the story was more about the arguments and conflict than the romance.
The ending to this was happy though, and I was pleased for Eden and Tyler.
6.5 out of 10