Did I Mention I Need You? (Did I Mention I Love You (DIMILY)) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 2 in the Did I Mention I Love You (DIMILY) series.
From Estelle Maskame, author of the sensational Wattpad books, comes the second installment in the addicting DIMILY series that follows three unforgettable summers of secrets, heartbreak, and forbidden romance. This trilogy is perfect for readers of teen romance books!
Love has no rules.
It's been a year since Eden Munro last saw Tyler Bruce: her stepbrother…and secret love. Although they swore to ignore their feelings and put their family first, Eden can't help but feel excited when Tyler invites her to join him in New York City for the summer.
But it's not like anything is going to happen. Eden is happy with her boyfriend Dean, and she knows gorgeous, green-eyed Tyler must have moved on as well. But as they spend the long, hot summer in the city that never sleeps, it becomes obvious that those old feelings and perfect chemistry are still there…simmering beneath the surface. Will Tyler and Eden be able to resist temptation?
Books in the Did I Mention I Love You series:
- Did I Mention I Love You?
- Did I Mention I Need You?
- Did I Mention I Miss You?
- Just Don't Mention It—The companion novel that tells Tyler's story!
About the Author
Estelle Maskame grew up writing stories ever since a young age and has completed the Did I Mention I Love You? trilogy by the time she was sixteen. She has built an extensive fan base for her writing by serializing her work on Wattpad. After fitting book writing between her schoolwork and part-time job, Estelle has amassed followers from all over the world. She lives in Scotland. For more, visit estellemaskame.com.
"[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