Did I Mention I Miss You?
Author: Estelle Maskame
Reading Level: New Adult
Released: December 6 2016
Review Source: Sourcebooks Fire
Eden’s on her way back to Santa Monica for the summer, and she hasn't seen Tyler since the devastating fallout of their forbidden relationship. Eden claims to have moved on—but Tyler wants to rekindle the flame.
He convinces Eden to visit his new home in Portland, Oregon, where he has set up a center for troubled teens. Eden’s proud of what he’s built, but the last time they were together, it nearly destroyed Eden and their family. Then a tragedy draws them together, and Eden must search her heart and decide if Tyler is worth the risk once and for all.
This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
Tyler and Eden have had a rough go of things. From wanting to be together, to not feeling like they were an acceptable couple. To Tyler deciding to leave for his own good, leaving Eden to deal with the mess they created. So a year after he leaves Eden has decided to move on, to get over him and focus on her life. So when Tyler comes back, out of the blue, she must decide if moving on is really what she wants.
In this finale we finally get Tyler and Eden how they were meant to be throughout this whole series. As a couple. A couple who doesn't care what others think and can make jokes about being step-siblings. As a reader I was somewhat confused why they made it such a taboo. Sure it's a little weird because his mom and her dad are married to one another, but in all honestly they're not related by blood so no harm, no foul in my eyes.
It was nice to have an ending that ties up every loose end. It doesn't make a perfect ending, but it makes one that will leave readers feeling as though the series is complete. And as a reader that is all we ever really want when we're following a series.
Maskame kept us on the edge of our seat for this 3 book series, and I cannot wait to see what she brings to us next.