(3 customer reviews)


A suspenseful romance for fans of Criminal Minds: In seventeen-year-old Erin’s small Texas town, a killer is on the loose. When her best friend, Nadia, disappears, Erin and Nadia’s brother, Dimitri, race to rescue her — but can they unravel the mystery before it’s too late?

Seventeen-year-old cheerleader Erin Hortz should be preparing for the biggest pageant of her life, the one that could be her ticket out of her small Texan town. But with her father suspected of being a serial killer, she has a hard time keeping it together. Especially around former football star Dimitri Kuvlev: her best friend Nadia’s brother, her forever crush, the one who put a dent in her heart…

Nineteen-year-old Dimitri’s injury brought him from football superstar with universities from all around the country knocking at his door to not knowing what he wants to do with his life. The only person who seems to understand him is the one he swore to keep in the friend zone until he gets his shit together: Erin.

When Nadia doesn’t come home after a party, Dimitri and Erin know they must find her before it’s too late—even if that means risking their own lives and everything Erin’s ever known.

3 reviews for FEAR ME, FEAR ME NOT

  1. Faith

    Once again I find a book with a good story and then the language prohibits finishing it. I was really into the mystery and the romance etc. Well, I do not like foul language and by the time I made it through 6 chapters I knew I could not listen to this book anymore. I am always amazed when an author seems to have such a limited vocabulary that they resort to inappropriate language to express their characters when the dictionary is full of words that are clean and express the idea just as well. I don’t like to give negative reviews, but I couldn’t come up with anything else for this book.

    The narrator, Megan Carter, was acceptable but not great.

    I requested this audiobook from Audiobooks Unleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

  2. Amy Corbell

    This is a YA suspense and romance story. It’s set in a small town in Texas. I felt like the theme and characters are appropriate for this genre. I saw several reviews about the language which didn’t bother me and it’s reality how young adults talk. I really enjoyed having the killers point of view woven into this story which you don’t always get to see that layer. The narrator was new to me and I thought she did a pretty good job.

    This review has been left on Audible, BookBub, & Goodreads.

  3. Christi Fowler

    Title: Fear Me, Fear Me Not
    Author: Elodie Nowodazkij
    Format: Audio
    Narrator: Megan Carter
    Genre: YA, Thriller with romantic elements
    Standalone: Yes
    Part of a Series: Gavert City #1
    POV: Erin and Dimitri and the killer
    Steam Level: Some kissing

    I love good mysteries and Fear Me, Fear Me Not was suspenseful with twists I didn’t see coming. This is the first book I’ve read by Elodie Nowodazkij and I was impressed. Usually with mysteries I can see who the killer is but Fear Me, Fear Me Not kept me guessing. The killer’s perspective really added to the chilling story and ramped up the tension even further.

    I received this audiobook for free from Audiobooks Unleashed. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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