Love is all you need | A Girl Called Love | A Review

Another day, another (somewhat late – opps!) review.

This month on the blog, I’m focusing on books reviews, those on my TBR that have been read and are now waiting to be review.

A Girl Called Love is published by Headline and was published 28th July 2015 although, A Girl Called Love was previously published as The Last Honeytrap.

I was initially drawn to this book because of the colourful cover, all pink and bright, totally able to stand out when in bookstores.

Then I read the blurb…

Scott ‘Scat’ Delaney is a world famous jazz singer. He has ample opportunity to stray and his girlfriend, Alice, needs to know she can trust him.

Step up Florence Love, Private Investigator.

Florence has just ten days to entrap an A-Lister. Whilst sticking to her cardinal rule: One kiss, with tongues, five seconds – case closed.

A master of body language, evolutionary science and nifty disguises, her approach is unconventional, her success rate excellent. But targets are rarely as beautiful as Scat. Never fall for the target.

That is very bad form indeed.

A Girl Called Love marks the energetic launch of a brilliant new series. Once you’ve met Florence Love, you’ll see the world in glorious technicolour at last.

This book was a bundle of laughs, and Florence was one of those characters that is so likeable, you instantly feel a sorta attachment to the girl.

The story also has a kinda mystery background to it, with the loss of her mother and confusion over a death, Florence is still reeling from her childhood.

She and her loveable, but very gay, brother are the number one team of Florence’s private investigator gig, but what happens when she starts to fall for the target? Read the book to find out.

Let me know in the comments below what you thought of this book, or if you haven’t read it, will you be adding it to your TBR pile?


One comment

  1. […] I read and reviewed the first book in the series last year, you can check out my review for the first book here. […]


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