Nineties girl Florence Spring joined Avon to find her Edward Scissorhands but instead needs to rescue his porno alter ego.
When Florence notices her eccentric ex-boyfriend, Eddie, isn’t putting on his usual show in the front window on Friday night she decides to investigate. She asks her best friend, Nelson Tyler, to help but he seems more interested in seducing Florence than in finding her personal flasher.
Florence has no idea when she embarks on the adventure she will accidentally shoot an undercover policeman, or that her actions will lead to Nelson’s kidnapping. Now with two men missing she has no choice but to continue and thwart the plans of a psychotic soon to be divorcee. She needs to rescue Nelson because life without him is unbearable, especially since she’s discovered his long sensitive fingers are far more erotic than scissorhands.
Usually, I am very punctual, so I must apologize for the lateness of this review posting. Some of you may know that I no longer had internet, and for other reasons that I won’t mention here, I was unable to connect until today. That being said, on with the review!
Go With the Flo was a downright entertaining mix of Romance and Suspense. I loved every bit of it. Florence’s character is easy to relate to. She has a job she doesn’t like, a creepy flasher giving her unwanted attention, and a best friend– soon to be boyfriend –whom her parents don’t approve of. When the flasher disappears, she decides to track him down, concerned that something awful might have happened to him.
Meanwhile, her long-time friendship with Nelson deepens. She tries to ignore his advances in an effort to find Eddie before it’s too late, but how much longer can she resist him?
With the majority of books that I read, my “editor brain” kicks in, and I find issue with plot points, errors, or other such things– even when it comes to novels published by big publishing houses. Go With the Flo had none of the weaknesses I have spotted in other novels. I think that it deserves more recognition, and I hope the author is able to reach wider audiences. What a delightful book! The author’s sense of humor is especially prevalent, and readers will find themselves smiling and giggling throughout Florence’s adventures.