**Review:Murder Over Mochas (Java Jive) by Caroline Fardig~ 5 stars**


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I want to give a huge thank you to Random House Publishing Group-Alibi and NetGalley for providing me with an eARC in exchange for an honest review.

Synopsis: Juliet Langley is a PI and manages a coffeehouse in Nashville named Java Jive. She’s smart, independent and cares about her friends and their opinions. Juliet does have a lot of difficult emotions about previous relationships that have caused her a good bit of pain. She is still having a hard time with her breakup with the town detective, Ryder Hamilton. Her biggest trial though has been her breakup with ex fiance Scott who ran off with another woman and cleaned out their bank accounts. What an asshat! So, it’s a huge surprise when Scott shows up at Java Jive begging for Juliet’s help to find his missing wife. What’s even more surprising is suddenly Scott drops dead right in the middle of the coffee shop!!! With Juliet’s reputation on the line, will she be able to clear her name of murder? Will she be able to find Scott’s murderer? Read this book to find out.

Review: I loved this cozy and loved Juliet Langley! I give this book 5 out of 5 stars. This book is part of a series but it states it can be read as a standalone and I felt that it was okay that I didn’t read the previous ones. Sometimes you can feel like your missing out on characters when you read them out of order but this one was good as a standalone. This book was fun and full of adventure. Just the type of Cozy I was looking for! Highly recommended!

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