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Readers see the unfolding of a fairytale in the finale of Maskame’s trilogy

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Sophomore Elaina Swanson holding her copy of the final book in Estelle Maskame's trilogy

Sophomore Elaina Swanson holding her copy of the final book in Estelle Maskame's trilogy

Phoenix Dunn

Phoenix Dunn

Sophomore Elaina Swanson holding her copy of the final book in Estelle Maskame's trilogy

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/“Did I Mention I Miss You” is the final book in the “Did I Mention I Love You” series by Estelle Maskame. All 335 pages of the novel keeps a reader gripping the pages as the final chapters of Eden Munroe’s and Tyler Bruce’s story unfolds.

Heartbroken Eden Munroe is back in California and she is trying to deal with the mess that Tyler Bruce and her created on her own. Though it’s nothing new, her dad seems to hate her, even more so now, and her second oldest step brother Jamie wants nothing to do with her. Her third problem, the one that broke her heart and is nowhere to be found, is Tyler Bruce.

Eden is stuck spending every other week at her father’s house. He doesn’t seem to want her there and she really wishes she was at her mom’s. Their not-so-great relationship only worsens the second Tyler appears.

Tyler Bruce left Eden to go find himself. He has been staying in Eden’s hometown of Portland, Oregon. He’s back, and he thinks Eden is just going to jump into his arms and forgive him. Though after returning none of her calls or texts for a year, Eden’s sworn to stay away from him.

Ella, Tyler’s mom and Eden’s step mom, has had enough of everyone fighting. She decides she is going to fix the problem and is going to do so by forcing her entire family on a vacation to Sacramento. Unfortunately, nothing goes as she planned. In fact it only gets more tense between Eden and her dad, and Eden’s dad wants absolutely nothing to do with Tyler.

Eden and Tyler can’t handle Sacramento anymore ,and even though she doesn’t really want to go anywhere with Tyler, she agrees to go to Portland with him.

Tyler has created a life in Portland, a great one. Seeing it makes Eden see Tyler differently, and she can almost feel herself falling. Tyler has fixed his life and basically started over.

Eden and Tyler’s fairytale has had many bumps, and both have gotten some bruises along the way. A new chapter of their fairy tale is unfolding .  Will their fairy tale chapter in Portland last?

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One Response to “Readers see the unfolding of a fairytale in the finale of Maskame’s trilogy”

  1. Mrs Griebenow on April 18th, 2017 12:51 pm

    This books sounds intriguing.

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