Scream for Me : For Me

  • by Cynthia Eden
  • Narrated by Emily Beresford
  • Series: For Me
  • 12 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Nothing is deeper than the desire they can’t fight - or deadlier than the evil they can’t escape.
They were only supposed to have a professional relationship, but FBI agent Kyle McKenzie has been fantasizing about his sexy partner, Cadence Hollow, from the moment they first met. It takes the darkest case of their careers to finally bring their hidden desire bubbling to the surface. Once they’re in each other’s arms, though, they swear that nothing short of death will part them. The Night Hunter - a cunning stalker whose four-state, 15-year abduction spree began in Paradox, Alabama, with Kyle’s sister - may be only too happy to oblige.
In the small town, Kyle must confront the painful past he’s been hiding from Cadence. Kyle vows to put the Hunter behind bars…or in the ground. But the one thing that obsesses Kyle more than his sister’s grim fate - his furious love for Cadence - is the weapon the Hunter will use to lure his pursuers into the mouth of a murderous trap.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Horrible narrator; poorly-written story

First, the narrator has a high, nasal voice which makes it hard to tolerate for long periods. Beresford didn't improve in this third installment and I ended up aborting the audio and just reading the ebook.

Even that proved difficult because the author got a lot of details mixed up, which disrupted my reading as I had to keep going back to check if I remembered wrong or the author was making mistakes. It was the author. The obvious lack of quality editing plus the unpleasant narration made this a dismal experience.
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- Elaine

ok but not fantastic

If you could sum up Scream for Me in three words, what would they be?

Average but entertaining


Would you recommend Scream for Me to your friends? Why or why not?

No as while the story was interesting the constand use of SOB was very very annoying. There are far more things you can call somebody then son of a bitch and it was annoying that it semed to be everyone in the books favorite insult.I also didnt like the leading man, just a personal dislike nothing really glaringly obvious for me to dislike


What about Emily Beresford’s performance did you like?

Good performance


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- Michelle

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-18-2014
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio