Come to Silver Hills. Where making friends can prove deadly and making enemies might be easier than you think.
Emotions are aflutter at Silver Hills as a new heartthrob moves into the residence. Will all that fluttering still a single heart? And if love dies, will Flo’s very own amour find itself in the crosshairs of the estimable Detective Brent Peters?
Agnes and Hertz are on the outs. Secrets tear the tender fabric of a pulsing heart. What do the secrets have to do with murder?
Affairs of le cœur aside, will Agnes break the clothing store shopping for a party dress? What will break during a rousing class of Zumba? And will Flo be able to soldier through her dance injuries to follow a chubby cherub to a killer?
So many questions. So much hopping, tapping and fluttering. And still a murder to solve.
What will Flo and Co. do?
They’ll do what they always do, of course. Hearts out and chins up, they’re goin’ in!
I really enjoyed Love Hertz. The characters are interesting and hilarious. Flo and Agnes get into so many crazy situations that will have you laughing. This book is so fun. The mystery has so many twists and red herrings to keep you guessing right until the end. This book is full of adventure, mystery, laughs and some romance. A great read!
The last note hit the air, leaving behind a startling silence.
Agnes didn’t stop with the music. She did one last step slide and flung her right arm up, her fist heading right for Flo’s chin.
Flo’s growl deepened. She blocked Agnes’ upward strike with a downward strike of her own forearm and, reaching out as Agnes’ eyes snapped open in surprise, flicked her friend hard between the eyes.
Agnes frowned, reaching up to rub her head. “Ow! Why’d you do that, Flo?”
“Because you’re a menace,” somebody mumbled behind Flo.
Dabbing her face with a towel, TC turned around, her pretty face filled with pleasure and glistening with sweat. Her grin slid slowly away when she saw the carnage Agnes had left in her wake.
Bodies were strewn everywhere. Women rubbing red places on their limbs, carefully pushed to their feet, favoring tender joints. Groans filled the air.
Agnes stood at the epicenter of it all. Her own brand of Level 5 hurricane.
“What happened?” TC asked, all the joy of the dance seeping out of her. She hurried to help a woman whom Flo thought looked slightly familiar up off the floor.
“Agnes happened,” Celia said, rubbing one of her hips.
“Hurricane Agnes,” Flo said, feeling a grin tugging at her lips.
Agnes looked around, her eyes going wide. “Did I do that?”
“O-blivious,” the woman standing next to TC said.
Then someone laughed.
Someone else joined in.
A hoot burst out of Celia’s mouth and she gave into it, doubling over with laughter and holding her sides.
Flo felt a chuckle tickling her throat and set it free, reaching to give a sweaty, panting Agnes a hug. “I have to say, hun. With you around, nothing is ever boring.”
Agnes gave her a wincing smile, glancing around as, one by one, the other dancers joined in the laughter. Then she shrugged and reached for her water bottle. “That was fun.”
The room erupted in howls and hoots.