Dangerous to Know by Chloé Esposito #review

Book cover of Dangerous to Know by Chloe Esposito

Title: Dangerous to Know
Chloé Esposito
Publisher: Penguin


Once, serial killer Alvie Knightly was living the dream.

Unlimited cash.
An Italian getaway.
A hot new boyfriend . . .

How the mighty fall.

One year – and one very unfortunate incident – later, Alvie is homeless, surviving on meal deals, and counting her dwindling pennies.

It’s time for one last hit, and if anyone can pull it off – in six-inch heels – it’s Alvie.

But if she’s to succeed in her mission to avenge her ex, win back her money and secure her future, she’ll have to face her most terrifying enemy yet . . .

Her past.

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My review:

Another wacky, entertaining ride with the extremely bizarre and unpredictable Alvie!

The series continues with a bang – Alvie is out on a mission to get payback for the death of Nino, her lover, and to do so she must track down Ed and Tiffany. If you’ve read the first two books (which I strongly suggest you do before reading this one) you’ll find yourself on familiar ground but as entertaining as ever. A whirlwind adventure where I wondered, at multiple points, ‘what on EARTH is going on?’ – but had a lot of fun at the same time.

Dangerous to Know allows us to glimpse into Alvie’s childhood more and we learn even more about her wild character, but also why she is the way she is… you obviously have to suspend your disbelief for almost all of it, but that’s all part of the fun!

I listened to some of this on audiobook alongside reading the novel and would recommend it – the narration is great and it brings the story to life even more.

Buckle up, you’re in for a fun (and very far-fetched, of course) ride 😉

My rating: 3.75/5

Many thanks to Penguin for providing a copy of this novel on which I chose to write an honest review.


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