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A Whole Lotta Love: Florence Love 3: bold and brilliant - don't miss this! Paperback – 28 Jun 2018
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Hand on heart, I've never read such a modern, quirky and refreshing Private Investigator book series, quite like this one (Chloe Douglas Blog)
Completely enjoyable, witty and often hilarious (Whispering Stories)
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If you have never read the first two in the series, A Girl Called Love (Previously called The Last Honeytrap) and In the Name of Love, I suggest you do so before reading this one, as this book won’t make much sense to you unless you do.
I’ve been waiting for this book to be released since I finished book two in March 2017. Because of the fifteen month break between the two books I did find myself struggling a little bit to remember everything that had gone on and how the events in the previous books fitted in with this one. However, eventually, everything came flooding back.
If I’m being completely honest this book wasn’t really on par with the other two in terms of Florence and Michael’s character development and the plot jumped around a little bit too much time-wise for my liking. We do get to finally find out what happened to Bambi (Florence’s mum) and that was worth the wait.
I was completely absorbed by Florence’s new case involving teenager James and him trying to find out if his Grandmother’s new boyfriend was trying to steal her antiques. It was refreshing to see the old Florence again and spend time with her and Micheal working together on a great case.
If you have read the other two books in the series then this is a must, or if you are looking for a series to sink your teeth into then this is would be a great choice as it is completely enjoyable, witty and often hilarious read.
Book Reviewed on Whispering Stories Book Blog
*I received a free copy of this book, which I voluntarily reviewed
This is the third book in the Florence Love series, I came to it having not read the previous two and perhaps I needed to because there are a lot of details that lead up to the events of this book and it is fast-paced; I definitely think the second book in the series sets up this book and would recommend people to read that first. However, this story was enjoyable nonetheless.
Florence is a PI and certainly channels some Jessica Jones in her detective style. You do have to suspend belief to some extent with the crazy happenings, plot twists and mafia involvement, but underlying this is a sweet story about love, impossible choices and sacrifice.
I immediately adored Michael (her brother) and Vee (a new family ally) and Flo’s father, all a wonderful supporting cast that guarantee giggles and gumption. If you’re looking for an entertaining read that’s definitely different, try this series!
Thank you to Jenni Leech at Headline for this advanced review copy
I just hope there might be a little more to come with Flo - she really does need some more adventures.
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