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Did I Mention I Love You?


3.90  ·  Rating details ·  29,573 ratings  ·  2,629 reviews
Love is everything but expected.

Eden Munro came to California for a summer of sun, sand, and celebrities—what better way to forget about the drama back home? Until she meets her new family of strangers: a dad she hasn’t seen in three years, a stepmom, and three stepbrothers.

Eden gets her own room in her dad’s fancy house in Santa Monica. A room right next door to her oldes
Paperback, 393 pages
Published December 1st 2015 by Sourcebooks Fire (first published April 30th 2015)
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Silje Aasland It has a lot of parties. A LOT. Same with drama. Personally, I enjoyed the first book way more than the second and third. I still think that the book/…moreIt has a lot of parties. A LOT. Same with drama. Personally, I enjoyed the first book way more than the second and third. I still think that the book/books are worth a read. This is probably the book with the best character development i`ve ever read.(less)
Lynn No, tyler is not her father's son. Edens parents split up. So her dad, david, got a different wife. Tylers mom, Ella. Ella had a relationship with som…moreNo, tyler is not her father's son. Edens parents split up. So her dad, david, got a different wife. Tylers mom, Ella. Ella had a relationship with someone else before she met david. And with that man, she got Tyler. So david, edens father, is tylers stepfather.(less)

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daph pink ♡
Mar 31, 2020 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: No one
Recommended to daph pink ♡ by: My ex gf( I am happy I broke up with her)
Shelves: 1-star, ya

"We have sneered at one another since the day I arrived, fighting to try to find each other’s weaknesses. Mine is my insecurity. Tyler’s is the truth.
And beneath it all lies attraction.
Tyler is attracted to me, and I am attracted to Tyler."

That's how you bluff your readers and I hate myself for falling in that trap!

I have nothing against the author and that's good for her, I am kinda happy for her that she wrote this series when she was 16 but girl thi
Jun 06, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
It was even worse than what I expected.
NiCoLeTa E. {Addicted To Books}
***4,5 "That was so unfair!" stars***

Damn!!! What was that book???
I don't know why but it get into me so deeply!!!
I can't stop thinking about that story and for the last 1/3 part of the book, i was crying all the time... For several reasons!!!

And i have to say that all those shits that happened was so unfair for Tyler and Eden.
And now after all this sadness, i'm dying to learn what will happen in the next book!!!
I'm really dying here!!!

Well, i have to admit that in the first 1/3 part of th
Leigh Collazo

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REVIEW: I'm going to sound like a big ol' prude here, but I really hope teens reading this review listen to the voice of reason here. I am 40 years old. I've been where you are. Trust me, toxic relationships are TOXIC. This book glorifies that, and while I give the author kudos for publishing a series at a young age, I can tell she is a very young author.

I know there are plenty of high school and college girls who just love this book. I am not one of those girls.
Sarah Elizabeth
“We shouldn’t be kissing on the floor of his bathroom and his hands shouldn’t be on my body and I shouldn’t be enjoying it.”

This was an okay YA contemporary romance about a girl who fell in love with her stepbrother.

I didn’t really see how Eden was going to fall in love with Tyler at the start of this book because his behaviour was just awful, and even she called him a jackass! He really wasn’t a nice person to be around at all, but somehow the attraction happened.

The storyline in th
Nov 18, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Did I Mention I Love You is easily my favourite contemporary romance of the 2015!
It will grip you from the beginning and won't let go until long after dark, with a scorching forbidden romance at it's core. Maskame produces a daring debut filled with fun, friendship and a whole 'lotta feels. This is one series you don't want to miss.

DIMILY begins with Eden the sixteen year old protagonist, her parents are divorced and after a three year silence from her father he’s finally back in touch and wants
Apr 03, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
You know that kind of books in which you keep flipping the pages and then you find out that you've barely read 10 pages? This is it.
I want to unread this so bad, I need to really!
The lamest plot I've ever encountered.
Here is the story :
Divorced parents. Rich father whom she goes to spend the summer with. the father is remarried to a woman who has 3 children. Eden finds out that her stepbrother is a jackass. the jackass stepbrother has a girlfriend. Eden goes to parties with him. Tyler is a d
Maria Espadinha
Sep 24, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Eden and Hell

Eden and Tyler?!
Why not Eden and Hell?!

This is the classic tale of the good-girl meets bad-boy and:


the chemistry-click (almost) immediately happens!

He’s the obnoxious-alcoholic-drug-addicted that needs to be fixed

She’s the too-good-to-be-true kind of girl who needs to be unfixed

Eden is the proton and Tyler the electron — between the two of them, IT has to happen!
In that stage of their life paths, they can be each other’s balm!...

Did I enjoy this zillions déjà vu kind o
Elise ✘ a.k.a Ryder's Pet ✘
We have sneered at one another since the day I arrived, fighting to try to find each other’s weaknesses. Mine is my insecurity. Tyler’s is the truth.
And beneath it all lies attraction.
Tyler is attracted to me, and I am attracted to Tyler.

Boring. B.o.r.i.n.g. Boring. That's the word I would use to describe this book. Nothing really happened, and when something finally did, it wasn't even big. I didn't find it funny, nor sad. I didn't find it heartbreaking, nor loving. All I found it was just
Apr 15, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This brought me right back to the kind of books I was reading five years ago and I had so much fun! Party after party, forbidden relationships, detailed locations, popular was like an episode of Gossip Girl and I'm definitely continuing on with the series. ...more
m ✦ foesandlovers
Dec 27, 2015 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Contemporary romance
4 “Relatable, entertaining and perfect for the summer!” Stars

Genre: Young Adult/Contemporary romance
Type: Book 1 of 3, The DIMILY Trilogy.
POV: First Person - Eden
Release date: July 1st, 2015
Cliffhanger: (view spoiler)
HEA: (view spoiler)

If there’s one thing I’m sure of when it comes to this book, it’s that it’s the ultimate summer read. I’m glad I waited for the summer to arrive to read it because it was absol
Sentranced Jem
Jan 14, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I'm going in...
Because I enjoyed the AFTER series by Anna Todd, someone recommended this series. Let's do this!


Nothing much happens to be honest.
I also had to keep reminding myself that this is a YA book because the drama is eye rolling at times hahaha

Don't ask me why or how I finished this book because I did. I also finished the series. Yup. Read all three books in a day. Hello weekend read!

So, here's the thing... I feel like if you just read the first book, it's not great. It requires
Kayla Brunson
I was looking for something along the lines of Paper Princess. I’ve been wanting to find another series like that to fall into and always saw this one around. This was so predictable and the characters were one dimensional and immature. I don’t even know if I liked any character in this book. Well that’s a lie, I liked Dean. He was probably the only good person here.

While I could see the appeal of Tyler, the guy had issues and I don’t really understand what Eden saw in him. She was determined t
Elle G.
Jun 17, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance, young-adult
Mini Review: Did I Mention I Love You is a sweet, young adult, forbidden romance (they are step siblings). While I didn't care for the way this one ended, I do look forward to seeing what happens with Eden and Tyler in the next book. This book isn't JUST romance either. This book deals with some pretty heavy topics (the effect of divorce on kids, drug and alcohol abuse by a minor, child abuse, and the imprisonment of a parent). Tyler has some serious issues within the book and watching him fin ...more
Sep 03, 2016 rated it it was ok
2.5 stars purely for the entertainment/enjoyment aspect i mean i couldn't put the book down. otherwise this is not written well, characters are really superficial and one dimensional, problematic...etc etc

am i addicted enough to continue reading? YES YES I AM. i'm sort of annoyed bc i can't find my copy of the 2nd book lmao i'm trash for this type of story honestly
Sybil aka Lala
This was a bit of a guilty pleasure read for me since it’s YA. I started reading expecting to like this book and then to forget about it. I definitely did not expect to love this as much or expect it to affect me as much as it did. I adored this book and it turned out to be one of my favorite stepbrother romances of all time.

Eden’s parents are divorced and after three years of radio silence from her father, he begs her to join him and his new family in LA. Once there she meets her new stepbrothe
Mar 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ya, netgalley
Did I Mention I Love You?

Estelle Maskame

Eden is off to Santa Monica CA to spend eight weeks with her father. Her father left her mother three years ago and she hasn't seen him since. He has since remarried and Eden is going to spend her summer vacation with his new family including her three step brothers. Can life get any weirder for her? Eden only agrees to go to her father's because she had some problems at school and needs to get away for awhile

Once there she discovers that her three step br
Sep 02, 2015 rated it liked it
I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher via NetGalley. This in no way impacted on my view.

I've seen this book mentioned a few times on twitter, as it has been out in the UK in April. Since I was approved for an ARC of the US edition, I've seen a fair few mixed reviews out there, and was a tad apprehensive going into the book. To be perfectly honest, I think that was for the best, otherwise I would've had higher expectations than I did have.

In DIMILY, the main character, Eden, is sen
4 STARS!!!

Today, my thoughts are all about Tyler. So while my mind processes one hundred and one fleeting thoughts at once, I somehow manage to conclude some specific facts about him:

(1) Tyler is a jerk; there is no doubt about that one.

(2) He is a jerk who has serious anger issues alongside possible behavioral issues.

(3) He’s only a jerk because he wants to be a jerk, because

(4) he’s definitely hiding something

(5) His favorite hobbies include getting wasted and getting high

(6) He has nice abs
Yousra & Books
2.5 stars.
I had high expectations for this book but it was a "No" for me.
Did I Mention I Love You is one of those books that I’m having a hard time rating and reviewing because it’s so not my kind of books, but I honestly think it’s a book that a lot of people will love. It’s probably very realistic in its portrayal of teenage partying and the relationships, but it had me shaking my head so often – I just didn’t like these characters at all, and that made it hard for me. I almost DNFd it severa
Amy 🖤
Mar 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Definitely one of my most favourite books! And I honestly tought it was just a YA read but it turned more into a NA one and that made me love it even more! I can't wait to meet Estelle in 2 weeks. ♡ ...more
I requested this book on Netgalley last summer, but unfortunetely I didn’t get it. The other day I heard that there’s gonna be a Dutch translation of this book and that is the moment I just knew I had to read this book. The e-books were cheap on (Dutch webshop), so I bought them and I started reading with a very positive outcome!

The main character is Eden and I finally found a character that’s reasonable. Most of the characters got this little something, one is too bitchy, another is too
May 10, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: contemporary
This was a fun and entertaining book, but also full of clichés and issues. I overall enjoyed it, because I was in the mood for something light, however I’m not sure what I would think if I read it in a different time.
The story follows Eden, she’s 16 years old and has to spend the whole summer with her father that abandon her 3 years ago and her now step family. She meets her older stepbrother Tyler. At first they totally hate each other, but as the book progresses they slowly start to develop f
ARC provided by Netgalley. Thank you so much.

Please note that the review is my own personal opinion.

Unfortunately, I did not enjoy this book and decided to DNF it at 31%. This book is meant to be for young adults and it handles a couple of sensitive subjects, which I generally think is great, but unfortunately, the (ab)use of alcohol and drugs is taken way too easy in this book. Also, am I the only one who thinks that Eden might suffer from some kind of ED? Within this 31% she more or less sne
I’ve been wanting to read this book series ever since it caught my eye, which was a year ago.
The plot line was interesting, the writing style was so easygoing, hence it was brilliant for a 16 year old author.
The book is about Eden who spends the summer with her father in LA, after not having spoken to each other for three years. She suddenly gets a stepmother and three stepbrothers as well. One of the three stepbrothers is a bad boy named Tyler (who’s a year older than Eden). He is the complete
Jul 23, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Odette Brethouwer
Nov 21, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2016
So, this book was not for me. this can be an easy and fluffy read, but there were to many annoying things for me.

I did finish it because the easy read was very welcome during a time of a lot of hard work, it was book of the month at Books Ever After and it is perfect for the hard 2016 BEA challenge 'a book with the word love in the title.

But the main character is just to selfish with everything she wants to know, whether or not he wants to tell them. He is too much bad boy, she wants to fix him
Sep 15, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Okay firstly, this story was the definition of a New Adult-clichee, and even though i misliked some parts, i loved most of the story. Evolving around a topic, that may seem somewhat controversial is brave in my opinion. She merged it in so that it seemed more appropriate also for younger readers, which impresses me too. Eden and Tyler ... Tyler and Eden, what more can i say! She was a typical, American teenager, dealing with life. He was a bad boy/ misjudged young adult who had a rough start int ...more
One of my favorite books, in a long time. It felt like I was reading a 800 page book instead of 400 because I feel like I got to spend more time with these characters. I am just in awe.. Wow. I don't care that I have other books to read I'm starting did I mention I need you! ...more
May 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Call me crazy but I love this book :)
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Estelle Maskame is a novelist from Peterhead in Scotland. After gaining universal acclaim online during her teenage years, she signed a print contract with the Edinburgh-based publisher Black & White Publishing at the age of seventeen. She left school and now writes full-time. Did I Mention I Love You? is her first novel.

Other books in the series

DIMILY (4 books)
  • Did I Mention I Need You? (DIMILY, #2)
  • Did I Mention I Miss You? (DIMILY, #3)
  • Just Don't Mention It (DIMILY, #4)

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