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Her sister was kidnapped years ago. He just escaped a doomsday cult. Their terrifying pasts won’t let them go. Will they be able to save the people they love before it’s too late?

While still struggling with the crushing horror and guilt over her sister’s unsolved kidnapping years ago, seventeen-year-old Tessa strives to achieve some balance in her life: she cares for her mom, goes to school, works two jobs, and dreams of getting into a college music program. And she’s even reconnecting with her old crush Luke, who stumbled back into town with a sad smile and plenty of secrets. As another fake psychic tricks her mom into giving her lots of money for very little info, part of her still hopes they’ll find Mellie.

Seventeen-year-old Luke didn’t plan on setting foot in Gavert City ever again–even if thinking about Tessa helped him during the years he spent in his stepfather’s doomsday cult. His stepfather could track him here. He could find his little sister who escaped with him. He could make his life hell again. But it’s not like he had a choice. Now, he only has to keep his mouth shut and work his ass off to make his older sister proud. She’s still stuck in the cult with their mother. Maybe he can even find a way to get her out of there too.

Mellie doesn’t remember what it’s like to be with her family. They forgot her anyway. They don’t care. Jeremiah said so. And he knows. He knows everything.

As Luke and Tessa’s terrifying pasts are more linked than they ever realized, will they be able to save the people they love before it’s too late? 

3 reviews for SEE ME, SEE ME NOT

  1. Laura Rose

    The first thing that drew me to this book was the title. I found it intriguing. As the tale unfolded, I thought that the story was going to be about two teenagers finding love even though they were carrying baggage from their pasts. Then the author added a layer of complexity to the story by weaving in the life of the sister, who had gone missing. I found the characters to be believable and the story to be both tragic and glorious. Megan Carter does a wonderful job as the narrator. I requested this audiobook from Audiobooks Unleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

  2. Amy Corbell

    “Evil doesn’t sleep, doesn’t rest, doesn’t forget.”

    This is the 2nd book in the Gavert City series but the story stands alone, although mentions of it are in the first book. This one is definitely just as twisty as the first with the cult focus and the disappearance six years ago of Mellie Gardner. These characters have been through so much emotional damage from their pasts but still have a lot of fight for life left. I would say the romance is mild but i think it’s expected for YA.

    The narrator, Megan Carter, has so much talent! Not only does each character have distinct voices but she sings too! Very enjoyable performance.

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

  3. Christi Fowler

    Title: See Me, See Me Not
    Author: Elodie Nowodazkij
    Format: Audio
    Narrator: Megan Carter
    Genre: YA, Thriller with romantic elements
    Standalone: Yes
    Part of a Series: Gavert City #2
    POV: Mellie, Tessa, Luke
    Steam Level: Some kissing

    See Me, See Me Not is the second book in the Gavert City series. You don’t need to read the first book to understand/appreciate this book but if you do you’ll get some background. In book one Tessa’s mom confronts to main suspect of the angel killings, believing that her daughter Mellie was the first victim whose body was never found. In See Me, See Me Not we find out what happened to Mellie all those years ago. Once again, Elodie Nowodazkij weaves together a gripping story. Emotional and suspenseful See Me, See Me Not goes unexpected places, places you don’t see coming but also make sense.

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

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