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Did I Mention I Need You? (Did I Mention I Love You (DIMILY)) Paperback – March 1, 2016

4.1 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in the DIMILY Trilogy Series

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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

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"[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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Product Details

  • Series: Did I Mention I Love You (DIMILY) (Book 2)
  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire (March 1, 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 149263218X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1492632184
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 1.1 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,819 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Can anything be easy for these two? No, of course not. At the end of the first book, Eden and Tyler agreed to put the kybosh on their strong but inconvenient attraction to each other. This arrangement was made easier when he relocated to New York as part of a recovery program and Eden stayed behind for school. Miles of separation allowed them to delve into their daily lives without the other being a distraction. Fast-forward a year later, Eden decides to accept his offer to visit New York for the summer before she heads off to college. How can she refuse?

Eden does have a hidden motive whether or not she wants to admit it out loud, and that’s to see if she still has feelings for Tyler. It comes flooding back to her the first moment she sees him. She proceeds to spend the first couple of weeks wondering if he feels anything for her or if he's moved on. It’s rather uncomfortable and then they seem to be back in the same mess they were before.

I felt badly for them. The situation they’re in is by no means their fault. But this time the difference is that Eden is dating Dean, who also happens to be Tyler’s best friend. Eden does have genuine feelings for Dean but I thought she was being absolutely reckless while in New York. Tyler is by no means off the hook either – two can dance here. If things were hard for them before, it’s nothing like the complicated web of lies and secrets they’ve managed to create in these few short weeks. As a reader, I felt simultaneously guilty and judgmental. Guilty because I did want them to be together and judgmental because they were being irresponsible and crappy friends to those that trust them. Adding to the chaos are a few outside nuisances that made me what to claw at something desperately. Yes, I got very involved here!
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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.
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I just finished this book and my first three thoughts are this...
1. NO. IT DOES NOT END THERE!
2. Holy crap. It really just ended there!
3. NO! NO! NO!

So, yeah. I'm a little invested. And now aggravated because I NEED more. Like yesterday. I NEED to know how this ends.

Tyler, I STILL love him. Hard. And I don't really know why because he's sorta crazy but I just want to figure him out. I want to know everything about him. He pulls me in instantly, even when he flips out. That's probably not at all healthy but I so don't care. I love him.

Eden, yeah. Still don't know how I feel about her. Actually, I kinda of want to strangle her most of the time. She's soooo wishy-washy and drives me up the wall. However, she does have redeeming moments. Like, a few. But I'm really hoping to see her grow in the last book and just finally make a decision and stick to it.

I loved Snake and Emily. And I still love Dean and I hate Dave and I love Eden's mom. I think I still like Ella. But I'm mad at Jamie. And I just have so many...feelings.

This book was just as addictive as the first. There were some parts where I rolled my eyes at the drama that played out but they're young. They're still learning. I just hope they can both get it together and figure it out.

Oh, and I have to mention again how much I loved the realness thrown in about the...complexity of their relationship. I love that so, SO much.

Anyway, I've rambled but I always take that as a good sign because it means a book has be thinking and my mind spinnin' like mad. I cannot wait for the third installment because I MISS Tyler and Eden already.
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