Did I Mention I Miss You – by Estelle Maskame

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Did I Mention I Miss You by Estelle Maskame

Paperback: 352 pages

Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire (Dec 6 2016)

ISBN-13: 978-1492632214

Synopsis: One last chance for love.

It’s been a year since Eden last spoke to Tyler. A year since he left her all alone after nearly destroying their family. But Eden picked herself up and headed to Chicago for college. She’s moved on…hasn’t she?

Despite their break-up, Tyler’s determined to rekindle what they once had. He’s headed back to Santa Monica, where Eden is spending her summer. Eden’s not sure she can forgive 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.

Did I Mention I Miss You? is the explosive finale to Wattpad senstation Estelle Maskame’s DIMILY trilogy: three unforgettable summers of secrets, heartbreak, and forbidden romance.

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What a great and satisfying end to a captivating series. Eden and Tyler’s romance has never been about a cheesy forbidden fling between step-siblings; it has been a true love story that has been filled with angst and true, genuine feelings. The previous two books in the trilogy left me feeling like I could not put the book down – and I ended up literally reading them in one sitting!

The final book paled in comparison to the first two. It was anticlimactic and predictable; I knew the end less than halfway through the book. If this was the first book in the series, I probably wouldn’t have continued the series. However, because it was the last book in the series I was already invested in the characters and their story, so I didn’t have a choice but to read it.

And I am glad that I did. While predictable, it offered a lot of closure to all of the characters – which of course gave me closure as the reader. I really enjoyed this series and am really happy with the way that it ended. However, I would have liked a little more drama in this final book, just to keep me on my toes.

Rating: 8/10

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