Did I Mention I Love You?
Did I Mention I Love You is the first book in the phenomenal DIMILY trilogy, following the lives of Eden Munro and Tyler Bruce as they try to find their way in an increasingly confusing world.
When sixteen-year-old Eden Munro agrees to spend the summer with her estranged father in the beachfront city of Santa Monica, California, she has no idea what she's letting herself in for. Eden's parents are divorced and have gone their separate ways, and now her father has a brand new family. For Eden, this means she's about to meet three new step-brothers.
The eldest of the three is Tyler Bruce, a troubled teenager with a short temper and a huge ego: Eden's complete polar opposite. Eden quickly finds herself thrust into a world full of new experiences as Tyler's group of friends take her under their wing. But one thing she can't understand is Tyler, and the more she tries to figure him out, the more she finds herself falling for the one person she shouldn't - her stepbrother.
How can Eden keep her feelings under control? And can she ever work out the truth about Tyler?
PRAISE FOR THE DIMILY TRILOGY
It's a safe bet the films will be out by 2017.
Maskame's followers are voracious readers and the Scot has had to grow accustomed to every plot twist being feverishly discussed.
Like Zoella, [Estelle] knows a thing or two about self promotion... [the books have] received pretty much universal acclaim from her 125,000 followers.
A viral, literary hit! A clever modern twist on the age-old tale of star-crossed lovers.
THE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE
A new generation of talent!
THE SCOTTISH SUN
Authors are often advised to write about what they know. Wisely, [Estelle] ignored that advice.
She's only 17, but Estelle Maskame has already gained a global fanbase.
The Aberdeenshire schoolgirl has had 4 million hits on Wattpad, signed a three-book publishing deal for her Did I Mention I Love You? series and is still only 17. Did we mention we're jealous?
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Despite facing some tough competition within the YA group, notably from the likes of the Hunger Games' Suzanne Collins, at just eighteen years of age, Maskame has proven herself to be just as worthy of the praise and attention she has so far received, and such praise is unlikely to stop heading her way anytime soon.