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Did I Mention I Need You? (Did I Mention I Love You (DIMILY)) Paperback – March 1, 2016
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Gr 10 Up—Two years ago, Eden Munro visited her estranged father and his new family in California. Despite tension with her father, Eden managed to make new friends and a new boyfriend, Dean. Eden's heart, however, went to Tyler, her angry, drug-addicted stepbrother. Now 18, Eden has been invited to stay with Tyler for six weeks in New York City. Sober for the past two years, Tyler now has an apartment and a good job counseling teens. Eden loves Dean, but she misses Tyler and wants to visit. She thinks she can manage to be around Tyler without becoming romantically involved, but upon her arrival, Eden quickly realizes how much she truly loves Tyler. Highly dramatic relationships and a (somewhat) taboo stepsibling romance characterize this second volume in the trilogy. While Tyler has grown up and healed much in the last two years, Eden's irrational jealousy and reluctance to break up with Dean demonstrate her immaturity. As in the first book, teen characters drink alcohol and use drugs casually, both at home and at parties. On the upside, author Maskame pays close attention to detail and, as a teen herself, clearly understands her audience. Though the relationship drama is over the top and at times exhausting, Tyler and Eden's romance is sweet and well developed. VERDICT Many teens will relate to the emotional turmoil of blended families, child abuse, addiction, first love, jealousy, messy breakups, and generally, growing up.—Leigh Collazo, Dulwich College, Suzhou, China
"[A] juicy romance...the star-crossed love affair of Eden Munro and Tyler Bruce is a global sensation!
" - Justine Magazine
"Maskame pays close attention to detail and, as a teen herself, clearly understands her audience... Many teens will relate to the emotional turmoil of blended families, child abuse, addiction, first love, jealousy, messy breakups, and generally, growing up.
" - School Library Journal
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Top Customer Reviews
Did I Mention I Need You is an incredible sequel to Did I Mention I Love You! I once again began captivate by Eden and Tyler and this pair of step siblings.
Near the very beginning of this book, you realize that Eden and Tyler are not over each other and instead are still very much in love with one another. To make this situation even more complicated, Eden is going to go stay with Tyler in New York city for the summer.
“Because I’m not over you.”
Although this story follows forbidden romance and love, it did not bother me considering what these characters have is real. They have a connection and a bond that is so strong it has lasted a year while they lived in different cities.
Eden and Tyler reconnect in New York and realize why they fell for each other in the first place. Their is tons of tension and built up tension between these two characters, who attempt to keep their attraction for one another at bay.
The ending will leave you hanging wanting to figure out what will happen next in this incredible trilogy.
Without reiterating the entire plot for you, the gist of this book is that Eden likes Tyler. A lot. Tyler likes Eden. A lot. But Tyler is Eden’s stepbrother, which makes things weird. That’s pretty much the bulk of the story. While DID I MENTION I NEED YOU? is book two in a series and you can read it standalone, I’m wondering if I’d feel a bit more enthusiastic about the book had I read the first one. The only reason I question that is the fact that even though this book had some really great moments and was overall pretty enjoyable, there just wasn’t enough conflict for me. There wasn’t enough keeping Eden from being with Tyler in an official capacity and so I wonder if I read book one I’d have a better understanding of why this is so. Maybe that would carry me through to book 2.
Then, again, probably not. It’s all probably built on the fact they’re related by marriage. For me that’s just not enough to keep them apart. So, their parents got married? So what? They’re at an age where they’re leaving the house to build their lives–college, jobs, etc. They’re not 13. I just didn’t buy the fact that something so insignificant as Tyler being Eden’s stepbrother (a rather NEW development, which I think makes a difference) would be enough to keep them apart. And even more, I didn’t understand why in the world Eden would start dating Tyler’s best friend to try and get over Tyler???
Having said that, the chemistry between Eden and Tyler was astounding. Really hot! I thought the author did a great job of making you care about the characters despite the things mentioned above. I liked the fact that the author brought her own heritage into the book. I loved the fact that Tyler was partially Mexican and spoke Spanish. It was super cute.
The ending though?! Really?! Without ruining it, if you only like Happily Ever After’s and don’t want to read an entire 3 book series to get it, this may not be for you.
Although I have no plans to finish the series, I would give this author another read in the future. These were her first books, which means she should only improve with time!
I received this book free in exchange for a fair and honest review.
I always thought Tyler and Eden had an unhealthy, co-dependent relationship from the get-go. They each bring out the best and the worst in each other. Tyler seems to have worked on some of his issues, but it's never that easy. They each have to be ok with themselves before they can give anything back to the one they love. We are left with quite the cliffhanger and now I feel I must see this through and finish their story, good or bad.
I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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