All kinds of bad Rachel Rust

He guys today I am here with another book review

Dating the boy accused of trying to kill you is complicated. Proving he’s innocent is All Kinds of Bad by [Rust, Rachel]downright deadly.

Seventeen-year-old Lydia’s life is jolted when she’s nearly killed in a drive-by shooting. Things take another crazy turn when she meets Nathan, a hottie with a killer smile—and a delinquent past.

Romance ignites between Nathan and Lydia, but crime overtakes their small town and evidence points to Nathan’s involvement. And when he’s accused of firing the bullet that almost killed her in the drive-by shooting, Lydia’s convinced he’s being framed. But why? And by whom?

Lydia sets out to investigate, but as she creeps closer to uncovering local secrets, someone lurks on the sidelines, ready to silence her. With her life and Nathan’s freedom on the line, she must expose the truth behind the crimes, even if it means breaking the law herself.


Received this book for review from the publishers through netgally

I loved this book it is about a good girl falling in love with the bad boy in town but with some suspense. This follows Lydia and Nathan is her bad boy. He is being blamed for the trouble in town however Lydia is sure that it wasn’t him and the real culprit now has his/ her eyes set on Lydia.

I loved this tean romantic suspense i dont read a lot of them but i will definetly be reading more of them after reading this one. I loved the writing it was well written and executed. I loved Lydia and i also loved Nathen this is the first book that i have read by Rachel Rust and i will defiently be reading more from her in the future.



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