ABOUT THE BOOK:
She stole the life she wanted. Now someone wants to steal it back . . .
Alvie Knightly may be waking up in the Ritz, but her life is no bed of roses.
Firstly, she has the mother of all hangovers.
Secondly, her beautiful, spoiled twin sister Beth has just been found dead in Sicily – and the police want Alvie for questioning.
And thirdly, Alvie’s hot new boyfriend has vanished with every penny of the millions they stole from Beth.
But he picked the wrong girl to mess with.
Alvie will pursue her ex to Rome in a game of cat and mouse that only one of them can survive.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned . . .
But can Alvie get revenge before her crimes catch up with her?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
About the Author: Chloé Esposito is the author of the Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know trilogy. She grew up in Cheltenham and now lives in London with her husband and daughter. She has a BA and MA in English from Oxford University, and has been a senior management consultant, an English teacher at two of the UK’s top private schools, and a fashion stylist at Condé Nast. A graduate of the Faber Academy, Mad was her first novel.
Some reviews are easy to write and some take some time and thought and contemplating. Bad is one of the easy ones and will consist of a few words, many exclamation marks and a couple of OMGS.
This is the second book in the Mad, Bad and Dangerous trilogy and it’s even funnier, more outrageous and ruder than the first book.
It definitely can be read as a stand-alone as the author brilliantly reminds the reader of what happened in book 1 which for me was absolutely perfect as I have the memory of a goldfish and read book 1 ages ago.
Alvie, our feisty, sex mad, psycho and accidental assassin is back and this time she’s mad and determined to hunt down and kill and f*ck Nino, for abandoning her in London, stealing the Lamborghini and €2million.
Bad is absolutely OUTRAGEOUS, RUDE, CRUDE and hysterical throughout. There are some truly cringeworthy scenes that I wish I could remove from my mind, but alas the dog napping, tattoo parlour and where she keeps the hand grenade are permanently etched in my head now.
I needed a break from all the heavy psychological thrillers and emotional contemporary dramas and Bad was absolutely perfect.
Highly recommended for a shocking giggle and can’t wait for the final book in the series now.