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It's been a year since eighteen-year-old Eden Munro last saw Tyler Bruce: her stepbrother…and her secret love. Although they called time on their forbidden relationship for the sake of their family, Eden can't help but feel excited when Tyler invites her to join him in New York City for the summer. Anyway, Eden is happy with her boyfriend Dean, and surely Tyler has moved o It's been a year since eighteen-year-old Eden Munro last saw Tyler Bruce: her stepbrother…and her secret love. Although they called time on their forbidden relationship for the sake of their family, Eden can't help but feel excited when Tyler invites her to join him in New York City for the summer. Anyway, Eden is happy with her boyfriend Dean, and surely Tyler has moved on too. But as they spend a long, hot summer in the excitement of the city that never sleeps, it soon becomes obvious that they aren’t over each other. But can they resist temptation? In Did I Mention I Need You?, the second volume of Estelle Maskame’s phenomenal DIMILY trilogy, Tyler and Eden must face up to their feelings and decide what to do next. Is their love strong enough to face the challenges that lie ahead?


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It's been a year since eighteen-year-old Eden Munro last saw Tyler Bruce: her stepbrother…and her secret love. Although they called time on their forbidden relationship for the sake of their family, Eden can't help but feel excited when Tyler invites her to join him in New York City for the summer. Anyway, Eden is happy with her boyfriend Dean, and surely Tyler has moved o It's been a year since eighteen-year-old Eden Munro last saw Tyler Bruce: her stepbrother…and her secret love. Although they called time on their forbidden relationship for the sake of their family, Eden can't help but feel excited when Tyler invites her to join him in New York City for the summer. Anyway, Eden is happy with her boyfriend Dean, and surely Tyler has moved on too. But as they spend a long, hot summer in the excitement of the city that never sleeps, it soon becomes obvious that they aren’t over each other. But can they resist temptation? In Did I Mention I Need You?, the second volume of Estelle Maskame’s phenomenal DIMILY trilogy, Tyler and Eden must face up to their feelings and decide what to do next. Is their love strong enough to face the challenges that lie ahead?

30 review for Did I Mention I Need You?

  1. 4 out of 5

    NiCoLeTa E. {Addicted To Books}

    ***4,25 "No Te Rindas" stars*** Damn and hell, what i've gone through for once again??? Estelle Maskame, are you trying to kill me??? How can you do this to me??? God, i fuckin' love this series, but each book is fuckin' hurting me so damn much!!! I don't know why, but Estelle has the gift to making me feel the exact feelings as our heroes are feeling at the exact moment that i'm reading.... Is this a good thing??? Yep, because it's showing that she is able to pass her message with a unique and i ***4,25 "No Te Rindas" stars*** Damn and hell, what i've gone through for once again??? Estelle Maskame, are you trying to kill me??? How can you do this to me??? God, i fuckin' love this series, but each book is fuckin' hurting me so damn much!!! I don't know why, but Estelle has the gift to making me feel the exact feelings as our heroes are feeling at the exact moment that i'm reading.... Is this a good thing??? Yep, because it's showing that she is able to pass her message with a unique and intense way to you, but this is one very painful experience... I just wanted to crawl out of my skin, to stop feeling like that... I wanted to hit everyone that was getting in our heroes way... I wanted to hurt all the people who were hurting Eden and Tyler... Especially Tyler... Yep, it's a common secret that i would do anything for him!!! I love this guy and i will always be devoted to him!!! Yeah, i know! My common sense has flew out of the window for good but i can't do anything about it... I 'm just accepting the fact that i'm a little bit... "loco"!!! God, how am i suppose to live without the next book??? I'm dying here!!! I need salvation for those two... I need to stop feeling heartache and to start feeling relief and happiness!!! Phew, i honestly don't know what can i say about this book... Everything got twisted in a good and a bad way, several times... and it was so fuckin' hard to be a witness in all those things!!! And the ending??? OMG!!! It terrified me!!! But i understand the reasons behind Tyler's acts... He needed to do that, but I'm afraid that Eden didn't understand his reasons why he did what he had to do... And yep, Tyler hurt her, but she was more cruel to him in the first book... And don't we forget that she gave up on him and then she got involved with Tyler's best friend... "I begin to type. ***Looks like next summer is here. See you soon.*** And then I send it to the person I've been waiting three hundred and fifty-nine days to see. I send it to Tyler." Well, in the second book of the series, after a year apart the time for Eden and Tyler to meet each other again had come. Stucked to her promise, Eden flew to New York to spend six weeks with him... So, she abandoned everything behind... Her mother, her father and his new family, her boyfriend and her friends for spending most of the summer with her stepbrother!!! Honestly, if it hadn't crossed their minds the reason why she did that, they were stupids... Who abandon almost everything behind for a stepbrother who knows only for two years, ugh??? "I'm spending the summer three thousand miles away from my boyfriend with the person I'm in love with. Is there a difference between loving someone and being in love with someone? Because I think that's what seperates Tyler and Dean. I love Dean, but I'm in love with Tyler." So, Tyler and Eden are meeting each other again and even though the distance that they had put intentionally between them, their feelings keep existing under the surface... So, what will happen with those two??? Will they bend to their will and will they take the risk to be together??? Will they dare to hurt the people they love??? And if they will decide to follow their hearts, how the people around them react??? Will they accept them together or will they turn their backs on them??? "Tyler and I are wrong for so many reasons. We're wrong for not being over each other. We're wrong for flirting behind Dean's back. We're wrong because we're stepsiblings. We'll always be wrong." Well, Eden never stopped loving Tyler. And how could she??? But all those feelings didn't stop her for moving with her life... She was having a relationship with Dean and yep, I'm judging her for that!!! I didn't like it at all!!! It seemed like a treason to me!!! She was deeply in love with Tyler and yet, she gave up on him, on them and she continued with her life... Hmmm.... And then, she went to New York and she was acting like a jealous girlfriend on Tyler??? With what right, my lovely girl??? Yep, as you can already tell, i was irritated with Eden. And my irritation continued when she started to wonder who to choose!!! For god's sake, girl!!! But okay, i have to admit that near to the end, she earned my appreciation... Yep, finally she became a fighter and she proved how much Tyler meant for her!!! "I try to convince myself that I'm ready to tackle it all, to deal with with everything straight on, but there's still that panic and apprehension inside of me somewhere. I still feel guilty for loving Tyler. I still feel ashamed. It doesn't feel fair. I think we'll forever be each other's biggest secret." As for Tyler??? Tyler was a different person than he was in the first book!!! He was less tormented, more confident, less angry, more relaxed... In the first book, he was dark as the night and in this one was like the dawn... Not too unshadowed, but more easygoing... I liked this changing. It felt as Tyler had matured... a lot!!! The only thing that hadn't changed in Tyler was his love for Eden and honestly, guys, he was making my heart pounding loudly in my chest with all this devotion and worshipping toward her face... I love him for the way he stood beside her and i was feeling his pain like it was my own... When he was hurting, i wanted to kill whoever hurted him and i wanted so badly to soothe his pain away... At the end, i understand that all of the things that he and Eden faced were too overwhelming and he just snapped.... "You know what? Fuck it. I don't want you. I need you." "Need?" I echo. "Need," he confirms, nodding once. "I need you because you're one of the few people I trust. I need you because you saw me the way I used to be and you still stuck around. I need you because I'm in love with you, Eden, and I have no idea how I'll get over you." Now, i would like to say that i was feeling very angry with Tyler's family... With all of them!!! As for Eden's father??? He was an asshole before, and he was a bigger now... Nothing had changed with him... I'm just wondering why Ella is continuing to live with him... For once again, i hated Tiffany. She made such a mess this stupid bitch!!! I didn't particularly liked Rachel and Jamie pissed the hell out of me... Yep, Dean was the victim here and i felt sorry for him, but you came very late, honey!!! I also have to say that i liked Snake and Emily... And Eden's mom is the coolest mum in the world... I love her!! And now, i have to live with this agony to burn my insides because i fuckin' need the next book!!! Estelle, I'm begging you... make things right!!! And stop torment me!!! I can't bare more pain especially for Tyler's behalf... (Sorry, i can't help it!!! I already warned you that i have a thing for him!) ***ARC generously provided via NetGalley from "Sourcebooks Fire " publications for the exchange of an honest review***

  2. 4 out of 5

    Maria Espadinha

    Balance is Calling The previous book of this trilogy starts with Eden and Tyler as Eden and Hell. In this second installment, we’re gonna meet a more mature (even likable) Tyler and a bit (a lot?!) bitchy Eden. Well... one of the main functions of love is blending and trading, and ... I can think of just one reason why angels attract demons — they are answering an imperious call from Master Balance, whilst striving for a better world!... Love is a Warrior and we didn’t even know! 😜

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Elizabeth

    (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to SOURCEBOOKS Fire and NetGalley.) “I don’t want you. I need you.” This was an enjoyable sequel to ‘Did I mention I love you’, and I once again enjoyed the forbidden romance. It seemed pretty obvious in this book that Eden and Tyler were still in love with each other, and that spending the summer together was only going to make things more intense and more complicated. I liked Tyler more in this (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to SOURCEBOOKS Fire and NetGalley.) “I don’t want you. I need you.” This was an enjoyable sequel to ‘Did I mention I love you’, and I once again enjoyed the forbidden romance. It seemed pretty obvious in this book that Eden and Tyler were still in love with each other, and that spending the summer together was only going to make things more intense and more complicated. I liked Tyler more in this book though as his behaviour wasn’t as aggravating. “Because I’m not over you.” The storyline in this was about the forbidden romance, but we also got some blackmail, and some confessions too! I was certainly interested to see how people would react to Eden and Tyler’s relationship, and I was really excited to find out what people would say once they knew! Be prepared for some fireworks in this one! “We are officially going to hell,” The ending to this was a bit of a cliff-hanger, so it will be good to see what happens in Eden and Tyler in book 3! 7 out of 10

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cody

    Did I Mention I Need You was everything that I could of asked for in a sequel. The angst and tension was at an all time high and the plot only thickened with guilt and betrayal the longer it went on. The relationship between Eden and Tyler was a dream come true one minute and a heartbreaking nightmare the next. Lovers of this series will not want to miss this explosive follow up. DIMINY takes place a year after Did I Mention I Miss You. Eden has been in a happy relationship with Dean but now she Did I Mention I Need You was everything that I could of asked for in a sequel. The angst and tension was at an all time high and the plot only thickened with guilt and betrayal the longer it went on. The relationship between Eden and Tyler was a dream come true one minute and a heartbreaking nightmare the next. Lovers of this series will not want to miss this explosive follow up. DIMINY takes place a year after Did I Mention I Miss You. Eden has been in a happy relationship with Dean but now she's heading to New York to spend her summer with Tyler – Will all those pesky feelings stay in the past or will Eden find out the difference between loving someone and being in love with them. Now it would be a pretty short book if Eden and Tyler didn’t have any lingering feelings for each other so I don’t feel like it’s a spoiler to talk about them and their relationship. Eden battles with her feelings for Dean and Tyler but the more time she spends with Tyler, the more difficult it is to deny her heart what it really wants. Tyler grew up a lot in DIMINY, I was so happy to see him put his troubled ways behind him and be better person, not for Eden but for himself! The romance is like another presence in a room within this book, I was constantly waiting for it to makes its move but Maskame’s slow burn romance is what I love most about this series; the smoldering looks, the heated tension and chemistry between the characters was off the charts. Some characters we'd rather not see make an appearance, friendship's are tested and secrets are revealed, overall this sequel has a lot to offer readers and it's been perfectly set up for book 3 to make sure you stick with it. So DIMINY sounds pretty great right? Wrong. It’s cruel, that ending? What even?! I knew it was coming; it’s not in your face predictable, it was more ‘I think I know what’s going to happen, but I had better be wrong!’ but after all the agony it made sense. Fans of this lovely series will laugh, love and cry; I really don’t want this series to come to an end. I am so nervous/excited for Did I Mention I Miss You but I have no doubt Maskame will make it go out with a bang. Literary-ly Obsessed (Blog) | Twitter | Instagram

  5. 5 out of 5

    Filipa

    2.5 Someone please shoot me. When I started reading this book I thought "Hey, I like this one better than the first! This is great!" and it all went downhill from there. Soon after, I was ready to throw this book out of the window and/or burn it. The one thing that kept me going was the fact that I have to return this book to my best friend (who happens to love this trilogy) asap. Also, Estelle's writing did make it a little more bearable and captivating. Other than that, I was rolling my eyes eve 2.5 Someone please shoot me. When I started reading this book I thought "Hey, I like this one better than the first! This is great!" and it all went downhill from there. Soon after, I was ready to throw this book out of the window and/or burn it. The one thing that kept me going was the fact that I have to return this book to my best friend (who happens to love this trilogy) asap. Also, Estelle's writing did make it a little more bearable and captivating. Other than that, I was rolling my eyes every 2 seconds and wishing someone would blind me so I could stop reading. Drama, drama, drama. Why so much unnecessary drama? Plus, Eden was her usual obnoxious self, except this time she was 10x more annoying and selfish. Sure, go ahead and cheat on your boyfriend and pretend to feel bad and like you couldn't help yourself. Except you could. If you were a decent person, you would've put a stop to it before it got out of control and put the poor guy out of his misery. I could go on forever but I think by now you probably got that I despise her character. Tyler, on the other hand, I did like- for the most part. I like that he grew up, even though he still has a lot of problems to deal with and took matters into his own hands. And yes, I support his choice at the end of the book 100%, he needs to figure out who he is first before getting into a relationship. Plus, that relationship is so toxic that it gives me headaches so yeah, I won't dwell on it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    Minor spoilers ahead... I guess. To be honest, there's not really much of a plot here at all so I'm not sure how much can be spoiled, but anyway, you've been warned. So the book opens a year later and we (the readers) have missed all of the good stuff. Eden has been dating Dean for the duration of her and Tyler's separation and Tyler has been on his tour/living in New York. We are never given any insight into how these events transpired- which sucks. Eden is just all of a sudden in love with Dea Minor spoilers ahead... I guess. To be honest, there's not really much of a plot here at all so I'm not sure how much can be spoiled, but anyway, you've been warned. So the book opens a year later and we (the readers) have missed all of the good stuff. Eden has been dating Dean for the duration of her and Tyler's separation and Tyler has been on his tour/living in New York. We are never given any insight into how these events transpired- which sucks. Eden is just all of a sudden in love with Dean, though still trying to get over Tyler. Tyler is revealed to have all of a sudden snapped out of his teenage angst and developed a sunny disposition over the course of the year, but we're never let in on how this happens. Eden spends the entire book alternating between being a total asshole by cheating on Dean and overreacting to every little thing that is or could threaten her burgeoning relationship with Tyler. Tyler spends the entire book either being an asshole by sleeping with his best friend's girl or obsessing over Eden to the point where he films himself talking about her and how great she is for 4 hours. Literally. As in that is the number of hours of tape he uses according to the book. It's not a number I made up to exaggerate how obsessed with Eden he is. FOUR HOURS. There's not a lot going on here. Eden meets Tyler's roommate, Snake, who we are never really given any backstory on except that he's from Boston. Then, Tyler's friend, Emily, from the tour shows up and needs a place to stay. Eden is, of course, very threatened by Emily despite Tyler and Emily both swearing up and that they're just friends with a super strong bond. This bond is created by some event that occurred on tour that is never revealed in the book. The book does a lot of alluding and implying, but never really gets around to actually giving the reader any idea what brought the events that are transpiring to fruition. It makes everything seem thin. I never fully fell into the world because I felt excluded. There was so much I wasn't in on- so much withheld information. The end of this book is utterly infuriating, but not unexpected. Obviously since it's a trilogy it was going to have a cliffhanger. And obviously since this author seems to consistently pull conflict out of thin air, the cliffhanger was going to be a fight and decision completely out of nowhere and inconsistent with the actions of the characters for the entirety of the novel. This book sucks, but I gave it 2 stars because something about it makes me want to see it through. I guess I would say this book is like toast. It's fine, and everyone kind of likes it. You eat a couple bites of it when it's included with your omelet or bacon and hash browns at breakfast just because it's on your plate, but it's nothing to get excited about. No one gets out of bed for toast.

  7. 4 out of 5

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    Did I Mention I Need You? - Estelle Maskame | January 2016 | 4/5 STARS I started this right after I finished the first book Did I Mention I Love You ? and thank god this was already out because I might have died of feels if it wasn't ( not that I'm not dying of feels now ). This book didn't directly continue after where the last one ended, there was a bit of a time jump which I actually didn't mind. I liked that the characters were a bit older now and all kinda went their own ways. I also think Did I Mention I Need You? - Estelle Maskame | January 2016 | 4/5 STARS I started this right after I finished the first book Did I Mention I Love You ? and thank god this was already out because I might have died of feels if it wasn't ( not that I'm not dying of feels now ). This book didn't directly continue after where the last one ended, there was a bit of a time jump which I actually didn't mind. I liked that the characters were a bit older now and all kinda went their own ways. I also think that it made me realise more how much Eden and Tyler actually love each other, since they haven't seen each other for a long time, nor been in a relationship or anything. I liked that Eden was with Dean, because Dean came across as such a nice guy. But I knew this was't end game so I could live with it haha. Also I found like both Eden and Tyler, especially Tyler made such big character improvements, which was really good. Tyler and Eden being in New York felt like some sort of dream I was living in, just as it kind of was their dream ( being away from home, their old friends and of course Dean). What Eden and Tyler did to Dean was obviously wrong, though I couldn't help myself from wanting Eden and Tyler to happen anyway. I liked how the story went on and the little trips they made, and things they did. I also really enjoyed reading about Snake and Emily, they were such fun and nice characters to read about. BUT WHEN DEAN, TIFFANI AND RACHEL CAME I JUST KNEW THIS WAS GOING TO GO WRONG. My disgust for Tiffani went to 200 % in this book, and when Eden followed through with what Tiffani had treated her with I was literally screaming. Thank god that ended up turning out okay. But the very end just killed me since everything was going quite well actually and it just suddenly went downhill ?!?!?!!?!?!? Honestly, most frustrating cliffhanger ever !!!!!!!!!! But as I said in my last review, I have most definitely not given my hopes up. ANYWAY, this book was once again amazing, I might have loved it a tiny bit more than the first one. And I really NEED the third and last book like right now.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kibbenza

    The tagline on this book is: "Love has no rules." Except, yes, it does. And one of those rules is: you don't cheat on your boyfriend with his best friend. Or, for said best friend, you don't cheat with your best friend's girl, who happens to be your stepsister. Whichever one makes it sound more fucked up, because it is. So! Round Two of Eden and Tyler's Super Taboo Romance! Which is less taboo and more just them being selfish assholes. Because, really, I am not getting anything about this that sa The tagline on this book is: "Love has no rules." Except, yes, it does. And one of those rules is: you don't cheat on your boyfriend with his best friend. Or, for said best friend, you don't cheat with your best friend's girl, who happens to be your stepsister. Whichever one makes it sound more fucked up, because it is. So! Round Two of Eden and Tyler's Super Taboo Romance! Which is less taboo and more just them being selfish assholes. Because, really, I am not getting anything about this that says, "we are in unstoppable love and we have to be together forever". I'm just getting "who cares who we hurt as long as we get what we want (in our pants)!" Eden visits Tyler in New York. It's been two years since they parted, and they are still, somehow, inexplicably drawn to each other. Even though Eden has been dating Dean, and is "in love" with him. She's still just super in love with Tyler, too. K. That's cool. But instead of doing the adult thing, and breaking it off with Dean, even though she's pretty much decided she's going for it with Tyler, she just cheats. Over and over. Because who cares who you hurt WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE, RIGHT?! Wrong. I hate these characters so much.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Natalia

    I wasn’t planning to continue this series, because I wasn’t the biggest fan of the first book, but I’m glad I did. I had lots of issues whit this one as well, but overall it was fun and addicting (or at least most of it, I’ll get to the part where I wanted to strangle the main character later). The story follow Eden 2 years after the evens of the first book and she has decided to spend the summer whit Tyler. During those 2 years they have tried their best to get over each other. Now Eden is datin I wasn’t planning to continue this series, because I wasn’t the biggest fan of the first book, but I’m glad I did. I had lots of issues whit this one as well, but overall it was fun and addicting (or at least most of it, I’ll get to the part where I wanted to strangle the main character later). The story follow Eden 2 years after the evens of the first book and she has decided to spend the summer whit Tyler. During those 2 years they have tried their best to get over each other. Now Eden is dating Dean, Tyler’s best friend. The plot wasn’t that original and the book as a whole was quite cliché, but what can I say it was fun. Tyler in this book has definitely matured a lot and has changed a lot. He was really cute and it was adorable how much he loved Eden. That being said I didn’t really like their relationship. Not because their stepsiblings, I couldn’t have cared less about that (they are not blood related), but I hated that she was cheating on Dean and she didn’t even feel that bad. I always get mad when there is cheating in a book, but when is addressed it’s more okay. Here Eden didn’t even think of Dean. If she wanted to date Tyler sure go ahead, but she should’ve broken up with Dean first. When Dean surprises her in New Your she’s sort of angry that he’s there. I mean she has been cheating on him with his best friend. What she did was really unfair to him. The part that really annoyed me, but also really amused me was when Eden broke up with Tyler, because of Tiffani. It was just so ridiculous and irrational, it made to sense. She could’ve just spoken with Tyler and there would have been a lot less drama. But what’s this series without drama. And of course the book is going to end with him leaving. This is a cheap trick to make you read the next one and of course it works. I can’t wait to see what happens.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sophie

    I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher via NetGalley. This in no way impacted on my view. I had some issues with book 1, which you'll see if you take a look at my review, but I found myself still wanting to read this book, and am glad I did, because I really enjoyed it. Did I Mention I Need You? takes place a year after the events of DIMILY, Eden hasn't seen her stepbrother, Tyler, since last summer, and is glad for it. Her relationship with her boyfriend Dean is good, but she can't I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher via NetGalley. This in no way impacted on my view. I had some issues with book 1, which you'll see if you take a look at my review, but I found myself still wanting to read this book, and am glad I did, because I really enjoyed it. Did I Mention I Need You? takes place a year after the events of DIMILY, Eden hasn't seen her stepbrother, Tyler, since last summer, and is glad for it. Her relationship with her boyfriend Dean is good, but she can't forget about her love for Tyler, so when he invites her to New York, she knows that it'll be extremely hard to resist him. When they're together, all the feelings they've been trying to repress just come flying forward, and nothing can stop them this time around. Like I said, I really didn't like book 1. Tyler and Eden had annoyed me then, but now that I know more about them, I can see why so many people like them, and I found myself really enjoying reading their story. I read this book in a day, and couldn't put it down once I'd started. Eden and Tyler, both a year older, have come to terms with the consequences of their romance, and though it'll mean lying to their loved ones, they're willing to do that. Being in New York, without all their old friends and family around them, made it more viable, and they could see what a proper relationship would be like, without the stigma of being step-siblings. The ending of the book left me desperate for book 3, and luckily I was able to start it asap, otherwise I don't know how I'd have coped. I would definitely recommend this series now, even if you struggled with the first book, because DIMINY? made up for it completely.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Miia

    The ending kills me every time💔

  12. 5 out of 5

    nat.

    I'm a little disappointed with this one 'cause I really liked the first book, but Eden was whiny, selfish and downright annoying and Tyler was no better although his reasoning for doing what he did at the end was valid, so I'll give him that. but other than that my heart sang every time they were miserable. I don't know if I'll read the 3rd book, depends on how much I hate myself that day! ... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I'm a little disappointed with this one 'cause I really liked the first book, but Eden was whiny, selfish and downright annoying and Tyler was no better although his reasoning for doing what he did at the end was valid, so I'll give him that. but other than that my heart sang every time they were miserable. I don't know if I'll read the 3rd book, depends on how much I hate myself that day! ... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  13. 4 out of 5

    Amy 🖤

    [SPOILERS] I don't get why this book has a better rating then first, because this one annoyed me a lot more. Eden her behaviour was super selfish, not to mention bitchy. She got upset about ever tiny little thing Tyler did while SHE'S the one cheating on her boyfriend. I just had a less connection with Eden in this book, but the story was still really entertaining and I CANT WAIT for book 3 and to see how it will all comes together. [SPOILERS] I don't get why this book has a better rating then first, because this one annoyed me a lot more. Eden her behaviour was super selfish, not to mention bitchy. She got upset about ever tiny little thing Tyler did while SHE'S the one cheating on her boyfriend. I just had a less connection with Eden in this book, but the story was still really entertaining and I CANT WAIT for book 3 and to see how it will all comes together.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kelsey

    Loved it at first, but when i got closer to the end, i felt like the book lost its fun. It was so serious. But still a very good book!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

    So, the other day I was searching on bol.com (Dutch webshop) and I found the Did I Mention I Love You? ebooks and they were hella cheap. The DIMILY trilogy had been on my TBR list for a while now, so I bought them. I’m glad I bought them both, because I couldn’t stand to wait any longer to read Did I Mention I Need You? after DIMILY (now I have to wait another month for Did I Mention I Miss You? but that aside). I’ve been enjoying this book so much and I wish this series would never stop. The sto So, the other day I was searching on bol.com (Dutch webshop) and I found the Did I Mention I Love You? ebooks and they were hella cheap. The DIMILY trilogy had been on my TBR list for a while now, so I bought them. I’m glad I bought them both, because I couldn’t stand to wait any longer to read Did I Mention I Need You? after DIMILY (now I have to wait another month for Did I Mention I Miss You? but that aside). I’ve been enjoying this book so much and I wish this series would never stop. The story developed gradually, which I actually find very pleasing. Normally that would really get on my nerves, but I especially liked this story because of the way everything developed. It just made it realistic. And I have to say, this isn’t a light read. Tyler is the stepbrother of Eden, so you can expect a lot of drama in their relationship but also within their group of friends and ofcourse, their family. Not just that, but there is this theme that we saw in DIMILY that is also a theme in DIMINY: cheating. Normally I would be really mad and throw my book immediately across the room if there is any cheating involved, but somehow the situation is described other than normal. I get Eden and I know how she feels and that makes me have a bit of sympathy for her. Also the main characters have evolved a lot since DIMILY and especially Tyler. I found it so much more fun to read about him, because he is so much happier, and in the past two years he has learned a lot. It was nice to really see this development. It makes the story immediately a lot more realistic. In addition, Eden has also evolved but she still has her moments. And actually, they are kind of really stupid ones. Sometimes I really had a tendency to hit her on her head, because she was jealous and not just jealous, but like extremely jealous. Despite this, Eden saw her mistakes and after all she came to her senses. Did I Mention I Need You? is an emotional roller coaster. I was angry, I laughed, but I especially cried. A lot. The events were just so heartbreaking and I just couldn’t hold it in anymore. I seriously had to take an half hour to calm down until I was able to read again. A little dramatic maybe? Nope, nothing is too dramatic for DIMINY. Last but not least I really have to share my feelings. MY OTP GOT MESSED UP. Most people will ship Eden and Tyler and don’t get me wrong, they are super cute and all.. but there is just this other OTP which I really (like really) like and I couldn’t believe when they were torn apart. You recognize that feeling? *sigh* Somehome Estelle has managed to amaze me again with her horrific story about Eden and Tyler and I can’t wait until Did I Mention I Miss You? - Did I Mention I Need You? made all my expectations come true.. and more! I think it is my favorite book of 2016.. so far ;) I'm giving DIMINY five shiny stars!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Did I Mention I Need You? Estelle Maskame Holy cow! I can't breathe......I just finished reading DID I MENTION I NEED YOU which is the second book in the Did I Mention I Love You series by Estelle Maskame and I'm just floored. This series has shredded my heart twice now and I'm telling you, this second book hurt way more than the first one did. DID I MENTION I NEED YOU had my heart beating much faster than normal from the very first page. Once again Tyler had me wanting to kick his butt and at the Did I Mention I Need You? Estelle Maskame Holy cow! I can't breathe......I just finished reading DID I MENTION I NEED YOU which is the second book in the Did I Mention I Love You series by Estelle Maskame and I'm just floored. This series has shredded my heart twice now and I'm telling you, this second book hurt way more than the first one did. DID I MENTION I NEED YOU had my heart beating much faster than normal from the very first page. Once again Tyler had me wanting to kick his butt and at the same time, I can feel his pain and I want to hug him so badly. Eden is still two timing her boyfriend Dean with her step brother Tyler. Tyler and Eden weren't raised together and they keep their relationship a secret because they are afraid of how their parents and friends will react when they find out the truth. Eden is on her way to New York City to spend six weeks with Tyler, who she hasn't seen in a year. Oh did I mention that Tyler and Eden's boyfriend Dean, are best friends? Oh yeah, DID I MENTION I NEED YOU is going to mutilate your heart and never let it go! How does an author from Scotland like Estelle Maskame get all the details of New York City spot on? I'm from New Jersey and a Yankees fan and she totally nailed all the emotions of a Yankees fan dealing with a Red Sox fan as well. Estelle blew my mind with this. DID I MENTION I NEED YOU had me right back in the Bronx cheering for my boys in pinstripes along with Tyler and Eden and glaring at Snake, the Red Sox fan! Estelle really knows exactly how to make the reader feel every single emotion and feelings that Eden and Tyler are going through. The tension she had my heart feeling was unstoppable and I was just waiting for Eden and Tyler's secret to come out and explode in their faces. Once I finished DID I MENTION I NEED YOU I just sat there, trying to catch my breath and cursing Estelle. How could you do this to me once again? You owe me a box of Kleenex for the ending alone! I'm excited for the third book, DID I MENTION I MISS YOU but I'm also scared. I do not want this series to end, but I'm nervous about the last book. Why? I know Estelle is going to pull at my heart, squeeze it like there's no tomorrow and never let it go! Don't you love when an author has that power over you? Please Estelle, release the third book before December......my heart can't wait that long!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alice

    Another amazingly addictive read from Estelle Maskame! I love this series to pieces but the will they won't they between Tyler and Eden gets to much. I really want them to be together, I need them to be together. For my sanity at least! Eden and Tyler have made it up there as one of my favourite couples and I desperately need them to end up together without one of them backing out and ruining it or Tiffani sticking her beak it doesn't belong. I want Did I Mention I Miss You? NOW!!! Another amazingly addictive read from Estelle Maskame! I love this series to pieces but the will they won't they between Tyler and Eden gets to much. I really want them to be together, I need them to be together. For my sanity at least! Eden and Tyler have made it up there as one of my favourite couples and I desperately need them to end up together without one of them backing out and ruining it or Tiffani sticking her beak it doesn't belong. I want Did I Mention I Miss You? NOW!!!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Bryce Rocks My Socks

    and the love affair continues

  19. 5 out of 5

    Morris

    I had such great hopes for “Did I Mention I Need You.” Unfortunately, they fell far short. Anyone who read my review of “Did I Mention I Love You” will know that I thought there were many flaws with the book, but I did think that they were fixable and was going to read the second because the premise was so good. Let me tell you, the problems not only remained but managed to become worse. Eden is infuriatingly naive and grating. Tyler was actually pretty good until the out-of-nowhere ending. There I had such great hopes for “Did I Mention I Need You.” Unfortunately, they fell far short. Anyone who read my review of “Did I Mention I Love You” will know that I thought there were many flaws with the book, but I did think that they were fixable and was going to read the second because the premise was so good. Let me tell you, the problems not only remained but managed to become worse. Eden is infuriatingly naive and grating. Tyler was actually pretty good until the out-of-nowhere ending. There were A LOT of plot points that seemingly had no context. It could also have used a hundred or so fewer pages. I’m going to leave the review here, as the waste of a good premise is making me need blood pressure medication. I can’t recommend this to anyone. The two stars is for the obvious ability of the author to come up with a good story idea. I’m hoping to see her fulfill it one day. There is a lot of potential left. This review is based upon a complimentary copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  20. 5 out of 5

    2 “Being his stepsister is the least of your problems” STARS ARC via NetGalley Thank you, Sourcebooks I’ll start by saying I didn’t read the first book in the series. Somehow I ended up requesting the second one without realizing there was a first, but I have to say the author managed to write a sequel that didn’t leave me lost. I was able to follow the story quite well and maybe that was a result of how far the main characters were from home and everyone else they knew during most of the book. For 2 “Being his stepsister is the least of your problems” STARS ARC via NetGalley Thank you, Sourcebooks I’ll start by saying I didn’t read the first book in the series. Somehow I ended up requesting the second one without realizing there was a first, but I have to say the author managed to write a sequel that didn’t leave me lost. I was able to follow the story quite well and maybe that was a result of how far the main characters were from home and everyone else they knew during most of the book. For most of the book, Eden and Taylor explored New York City’s most famous places. I went to some of those places just a few months ago, so the memories were still vivid. The author did a good job describing the city and its many attractions. Though the setting was a big part of the story, the main focus was Eden and Taylor’s complicated and (I have to admit) sort of addictive relationship. Eden, the main character, leaves California to go to New York for six weeks, where her stepsibling Tyler has been living for the past year. Hmmm. Funny that I can’t recall what he’s been doing there all this time, but… A normal trip, right? Except Tyler and Eden are stepsiblings who are in love with each other. Yeah, stepsiblings in love. Sure the “idea” is a sort of taboo, and maybe I’m only saying this because I didn’t read the first book, but I didn’t find it to be a big deal at all. Tyler and Eden weren’t related in any sense – apparently their parents only got married two years ago. Not like you’re supposed to see this perfect stranger as your new sister/brother just because your parents decided to get married. But I get that Taylor and Eden felt differently, so I went with it. And, like I said, their dysfunctional relationship was kind of addictive. It left me wanting to read more and see what was going to happen next. I kept going and going… until I couldn’t go anymore because of one very specific problem: the cheating. See… Eden had a boyfriend. A cool and sweet boyfriend who really loved her. Even though she knew she was going to be spending the next few weeks with Tyler (the boy she’d fallen in love with two years ago), Eden didn’t think of breaking up with her poor boyfriend before she left. Dick move. Eden knew she was going to cheat on Dean (the boyfriend). The only way she’d stay faithful to her relationship with Dean would be if Tyler was dating someone else and was over her (and knowing them now, I doubt that would’ve stopped them). So she said goodbye to her boyfriend after he took her to the airport, boarded a plane and erased every memory of the two of them. Not literally, but still. She didn’t call. She barely thought of him. She certainly didn’t care. So, yeah. The book went downhill after the cheating, especially because the cheating could’ve been avoided. If only Eden had thought about other people’s feelings… If only she hadn’t been so selfish… But I can’t blame it all on Eden. She was the one in the relationship, but Tyler was Dean’s best friend. Yep. The boyfriend’s best friend. Dick move #2. I’m not saying he should’ve called Dean and broken up with him for Eden, but he certainly should’ve made sure she put a stop to that relationship before they started hooking up. Cheating isn’t cool, dude. Never. Cheating on your best friend is even worse. The cheating element was a huge part of the book. It went on and on for so many chapters that it made it was impossible to ignore it or try to concentrate on anything else. That’s why this review is highly focused on it. To be perfectly honest, if it weren’t for this, I would’ve probably rated this book a 3.5 or better because it had a good premise, Tyler was an interesting, complicated character with a rich back story and the writing was good. Not sure how I would’ve felt about Eden since she was immature and selfish, but breaking up with Dean before going to NYC would’ve shown her under a different light and given her room to grow as a person. The ending - Tyler's choice - almost saved the book for me. He did the right thing. His motive was strong and made so much sense. I'm proud of him. But unfortunately, I couldn’t get over that one big choice (the cheating) and it ruined the book for me.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Shane

    I enjoyed the first book and with the way it ended, I was beyond eager to read Did I Mention I Need You? Now while the love and intensity between Eden and Tyler still came through as believable between the pages, the story was mostly frustrating for me. I found some of Eden's behavior throughout rather naive and couldn't make sense of some of the things she'd say, and while I liked Tyler for the majority of the book, I hated what he did in the end because it came so abrupt and out of nowhere. Le I enjoyed the first book and with the way it ended, I was beyond eager to read Did I Mention I Need You? Now while the love and intensity between Eden and Tyler still came through as believable between the pages, the story was mostly frustrating for me. I found some of Eden's behavior throughout rather naive and couldn't make sense of some of the things she'd say, and while I liked Tyler for the majority of the book, I hated what he did in the end because it came so abrupt and out of nowhere. Let's start with Eden. I totally understood her decision in the previous book to try and end what was going on between them because, well, the situation was sticky since they were in the same family. But I really didn't get why she went on to date someone else, specifically Tyler's friend, in hopes of trying to move on and get over her feelings for her stepbrother. I mean, she basically strung Dean along all that time when she truly loved someone else. And I never liked when people did that, you're not only being dishonest with them, you're also being unfair and selfish. Because while Eden was clearly in love with Tyler, Dean was a nice guy with great qualities and she wanted to hold on to him while pining for Tyler. So not cool. And I hated how she'd get all jealous when Tyler was around other girls when she was the one in a relationship with another guy. Like she expected him to still be strung up on her while she carried on with Dean. My gosh, she pissed me off a lot in this one. Even when Rachael and Tiffany showed up in New York, I wanted her to just come clean and stand up to Tyler's ex, but no, she was quick to give the psycho what she wanted and risk her relationship with Tyler. Not to mention she was all crawled up in bed with Dean while crying over another guy. Come on, Eden. I could go on and on about how irritating her actions were for me, but then I'd give too much away. I can say though that I'm glad they finally told the truth about their love for each other. I mean, keeping that kind of secret was just too exhausting. But then in the end Tyler did something I totally didn't see coming, but you know what, I kind of understand because he did have a lot of pent up anger he needed to deal with. And even though he explained to Eden that he needed that space and PROMISED to return, she was still caught up on what he was doing in that moment. Gosh. I'm not even sure I want to read the third and final book because after reading the blurb, I saw that she's going to start dating another guy again. Like why can't this girl learn? When you're not over someone, don't bring that mess into another relationship. How about stay single for a while, Eden? Work on yourself first? Just a suggestion. Aside from those annoying things, I did like that they were in New York, and that the setting came through very vivid as I read. Also, I liked Emily, but not so much Stephen (Snake). It would have been nice if the author brought Emily back in the third book. While I do want the main characters to be together, I wouldn't mind Tyler being with Emily if things just can't work out with Eden. Emily just seemed like such a nice person and I would have liked to know more about her character. Anyway, like I said this one was way more frustrating from start to finish. Never a dull moment though, and I still liked it in the sense that Eden and Tyler's love felt so real and I always found myself rooting for them, no matter if they were stepsiblings. I just hope things will finally work out for these two and they can be together.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Cassandra (Thebookishcrypt)

    OH. MY. GOD!!!!! This book has done it!! It has made me fall in love with this trilogy which is something that the first book was nowhere near accomplishing. I loved how the first book takes place in LA but we get to see New York in this one. There's nothing more entertaining than moving characters into a different setting and witnessing the differences it sparks in them. I was really looking forward to reading what else Eden and Tyler would get into but I never in a million years thought I was g OH. MY. GOD!!!!! This book has done it!! It has made me fall in love with this trilogy which is something that the first book was nowhere near accomplishing. I loved how the first book takes place in LA but we get to see New York in this one. There's nothing more entertaining than moving characters into a different setting and witnessing the differences it sparks in them. I was really looking forward to reading what else Eden and Tyler would get into but I never in a million years thought I was going to fall hard for them. I mean him... This book proved me wrong and I couldn't be any more appreciative. Eden and Tyler go through a different set of hardships and it was heart-breaking to witness, especially when I was rooting for them so freaking hard after the first few pages. Like I said in book one's review, I wasn't a fan of Tyler's at all. I found it hard to see him as anything other than a brat but we get to see a completely different side of him in this book and godDAMN was it amazing. One thing that I couldn't get enough of was whenever he spoke in Spanish. My GOD is that a weakness of mine; I melted into a puddle of goo whenever the words left his tongue. A guy that can speak my first language... I swear my room grew as hot as an inferno in there because of him. I'm melting just thinking back on it and I now want to reared it immediately. Anyway, I can't even put into words how much I was crushing on him before I ended up falling hard. His heart was the most beautiful thing to witness and he has jumped super high on my book boyfriends list because of it. I was so invested in him that his heartbreak was my very own. His tears made me cry. His laugh and smile made me warm inside. Whenever he was in pain, all I wanted to do was reach in and console him. Eden was still getting on my nerves on this one. That girl has her work cut out for her if she wants me to think her worthy of Tyler's affection. I am only rooting for them because it makes him happy and I want that for him. He deserves that and so much more. Eden was still lacking a backbone but she managed to do something about it at times. Not as often as I would like her to but still an improvement from book one. My love and appreciation for Eden's mother only grew after reading this book. She does so much for Eden and is always there for her, no questions asked; Just like a mother should be. I read this beauty of a book in one sitting and that was the worst mistake I've ever made in my life. I've been trying to put these books aside since I knew they were part of a trilogy. I wanted to own the 3rd book to complete the set before I started them but clearly, that didn't go down so well since here we are... I am beating myself SO HARD for not listening to myself that I'm my own worst enemy right now. I should have waited and prevented myself from going through such overwhelming withdrawals. Now I have to wait UNTIL DECEMBER to get the third book and I'm dying slowly inside. I NEED TO KNOW MORE!!! I NEED MORE TYLER!! I can't live this way after that ending. I can't... I won't. I couldn't stop crying after the last page (I'm crying right now just thinking about it) and I wanted to take it all back right then and there. I wanted to go back to when I had no idea who these characters were. I just want to hibernate until the release of the next book. The wait is making me go freaking insane. I can't handle it. I've been trying to forget about this book(and Tyler) with other ones but UGH it's not easy. 4.5 stars!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    4 we are officially going to hell stars The first book in the series Did I Mention I Love You leaves off with a little cliffhanger. So I had an idea where the direction of this book was going, and I was excited to continue with this story. After graduation from High School, Eden decides to take a 6 week trip to New York to visit her stepbrother, Tyler. Eden and Tyler have history and there is already sexual tension there. Considering Eden has a boyfriend, taking this trip might not be the 4 we are officially going to hell stars The first book in the series Did I Mention I Love You leaves off with a little cliffhanger. So I had an idea where the direction of this book was going, and I was excited to continue with this story. After graduation from High School, Eden decides to take a 6 week trip to New York to visit her stepbrother, Tyler. Eden and Tyler have history and there is already sexual tension there. Considering Eden has a boyfriend, taking this trip might not be the smartest decision. The inevitable happens and these two step siblings end up together. Like the first book there is a lot of angst and drama…. it was so so so good. I liked Tyler a lot more in this book. His character had some real growth from the first book. I wanted to strangle Eden a few times, but I still like them together. This book ends with a cliffhanger. Like an “OMG NOOOOO IT CAN’T END NOW” cliffhanger. I can’t wait for the next book!!!! I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

  24. 4 out of 5

    Melissasfandomworld

    Allright.. So I've just finished this book and I'm not able to pick myself together just yet. My heart is broken and crushed and lying on the floor right now.. And the next book is due to release in July.. JULY! That's a freaking long time I'll have to wait, sh*t. I liked the first book, especially more so towards the end, but this book definitely gets a SOLID 4 stars. It held me captured from beginning till end and it's just a huge emotional rollercoaster all throughout the book. I really need Allright.. So I've just finished this book and I'm not able to pick myself together just yet. My heart is broken and crushed and lying on the floor right now.. And the next book is due to release in July.. JULY! That's a freaking long time I'll have to wait, sh*t. I liked the first book, especially more so towards the end, but this book definitely gets a SOLID 4 stars. It held me captured from beginning till end and it's just a huge emotional rollercoaster all throughout the book. I really need to take my time now to let everything sink in, because WOW! A more extended review will follow on my blog very soon.. _____ Oké ik lees dit boek Net uit en ik krijg mijn gevoelens gewoon niet geordend, maar ik Moet dit nu van mij af schrijven. Mijn hart ligt gebroken op de grond, helemaal vertrapt.. En het volgende boek komt pas in juli.. JULI! #MYSTRUGGLESAREREAL. Ik vond boek 1 een leuke read en vooral naar het einde toe steeds leuker worden(recensie vind je op mijn blog: http://melissasbookworld.com), maar dit vervolg krijgt echt een dikke 4 sterren van me. Het hield me gevangen van begin tot eind en wat is het een rollercoaster aan emoties. Ik moet er echt even goed voor gaan zitten en het laten bezinken, want Wow! UITGEBREIDE RECENSIE is snel te vinden op de blog.. _____

  25. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    MY HEART

  26. 4 out of 5

    NiCoLeTa E. {Addicted To Books}

    ***ARc generously provided via NetGalley for the exchange of an honest review***

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    2.5 I really didn't like this, as you can probably tell by my rating. It started to pick up at the end but overall it wasn't for me and it could have been atleast 100 pages shorter. 2.5 I really didn't like this, as you can probably tell by my rating. It started to pick up at the end but overall it wasn't for me and it could have been atleast 100 pages shorter.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Brinley

    I felt like the last book in this trilogy was a bit better than this one. This takes place two years after the last one, so I would've expected the characters to have grown and changed a bit. Tyler definitely changed for the better, and I really liked him in this one. Eden on the other hand, got so obnoxious and irritating in this one. She led Dean on for almost the entire book, and has to be forced into finally breaking up with him. Also, her over the top possessiveness of Tyler got old very qu I felt like the last book in this trilogy was a bit better than this one. This takes place two years after the last one, so I would've expected the characters to have grown and changed a bit. Tyler definitely changed for the better, and I really liked him in this one. Eden on the other hand, got so obnoxious and irritating in this one. She led Dean on for almost the entire book, and has to be forced into finally breaking up with him. Also, her over the top possessiveness of Tyler got old very quickly. She doesnt own him, so her actions were a bit much. That being said, I did like the new characters that were introduced in this one. The plot in this book also suffered a bit. Like all romance books, it relies on drama to keep going, but this one was a bit worse than some. I think we had two or three dramatic breakups in this book, and countless more scenes with complete sobbing. Also, Tyler's eyes smolder like eight times in this book. What does that even mean?? Is that the only adjective the author knew to describe eyes? Anyway, after saying i wouldn't read this a few days ago, I got bored and read it. While I didn't necessarily regret it, it wasnt the greatest book. I'm still sort of weirded out by the stepsibling relationship, so that's part of it.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ruby Valdes

    First off, I loved Tyler’s character development. He’s not aggressive, caring, and laughs a lot more than in the first book. He is genuinely happy now. When Eden goes to visit him in New York, she expects to be over him, she is with Dean after all. BUT FEELINGS COME BACK and when they do, they can’t control them. They are threatened to tell the truth and when they do, some accept them and some don’t. It was really great sequel to the first book but I HATED the ending, that’s why I rated it 3 sta First off, I loved Tyler’s character development. He’s not aggressive, caring, and laughs a lot more than in the first book. He is genuinely happy now. When Eden goes to visit him in New York, she expects to be over him, she is with Dean after all. BUT FEELINGS COME BACK and when they do, they can’t control them. They are threatened to tell the truth and when they do, some accept them and some don’t. It was really great sequel to the first book but I HATED the ending, that’s why I rated it 3 stars.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Livia Zapata

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I gave the first book 3 stars because it was actually quite interesting, dealing with addiction and abuse. But this one was just horrible. They're still self destructive reckless teenagers who get tattoos out of no where and cheat without regret. Where's the character development? They don't act like they've matured at all. The cheating was a huge problem for me in this book. I get that it made things a little steamier, but honestly why? They hurt so many people and they just didn't care. She le I gave the first book 3 stars because it was actually quite interesting, dealing with addiction and abuse. But this one was just horrible. They're still self destructive reckless teenagers who get tattoos out of no where and cheat without regret. Where's the character development? They don't act like they've matured at all. The cheating was a huge problem for me in this book. I get that it made things a little steamier, but honestly why? They hurt so many people and they just didn't care. She lead Dean on for so long and I can't help feeling bad for him. Honestly, she could've broken up with him when she found out Tyler still had feelings for her. But no, keep lying to your boyfriend of almost 2 years, that sounds like a great idea. Eden was also so irrational in this book, hating Emily for no other reason but just because she knew Tyler. She was constantly getting jealous for no reason at all. The part that really got to me was when she was actually angry at Tyler for being with Tiffani. She literally just broke up with him, saying that she wanted to be with her boyfriend and she gets mad at HIM? Ridiculous. She had no right to be mad after all the shit she caused. Honestly, Eden and Tyler are irritating and ridiculous. And to top that off, none of the side characters were even interesting at all. So my advice, don't read this. Its not worth it. God, I'll probably read the 3rd one when i'm in the mood to tear something apart.

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