Murder Over Mochas

Murder Over Mochas

Caroline Fardig / Jul 15, 2019

Murder Over Mochas Coffeehouse manager Juliet Langley receives a blast from the past and another dose of murder in the upcoming Java Jive Mystery from USA Today bestselling author Caroline Fardig

  • Title: Murder Over Mochas
  • Author: Caroline Fardig
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  • Page: 407
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  • Coffeehouse manager Juliet Langley receives a blast from the past and another dose of murder in the upcoming Java Jive Mystery from USA Today bestselling author Caroline Fardig.

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        CAROLINE FARDIG is the USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR of the Java Jive Mysteries series and the Lizzie Hart Mysteries series Fardig s BAD MEDICINE was named one of the Best Books of 2015 by Suspense Magazine She worked as a schoolteacher, church organist, insurance agent, funeral parlor associate, and stay at home mom before she realized that she wanted to be a writer when she grew up Born and raised in a small town in Indiana, Fardig still lives in that same town with an understanding husband, two sweet kids, two energetic dogs, and one malevolent cat.


    1. Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an fair and honest review.Juliet finds her self up to her eyeballs in coffee grounds and murder, again. Just because things between her and Pete are as unsettled as ever, she can still rely on her "best friend" to help her out of her current predicament. I absolutely love it when Juliet's Red-Headed She Devil comes out and she comes out in a big way when her ex shows up. She's out and Juliette is accuse [...]

    2. Murder Over Mochas is the fifth book in a five-book series called A Java Jive Mystery. In this story, Juliet Langley’s ex-fiancé, Scott O’Malley, the total douche who had started all of Juliet’s troubles came back into her life from out of nowhere. He also received a less than welcome reception from Juliet. He was looking for Juliet’s help but why should she help him? He had stolen all her furniture and money before running off with another woman and leaving her a failing business. Afte [...]

    3. The RedHeaded She Devil has returned!!!! Juliet Langley finds her former ex-fiancé justwalked into the Java Jive coffeehouse. Without a thought the RedHeaded She Devil ( Juliet's nickname when she loses her cool ) lands a blow right into his face!!!Her ex-fiancé fleeced Juliet out of all her money and personal belongings running off and marrying the head waitress of the cafe they had owned jointly.Now he is requesting for Juliet's help in finding his missing wife plus he tells her he uncovered [...]

    4. “Murder Over Mochas” earns 5/5 Clever Karma Conclusions!I am new to Caroline Fardig’s Java Jive Mystery series, so when I was given the opportunity to read book five, apparently the final book in the series, I immediately sat down with my own frothy Mocha and was thrilled right off! Caroline started the adventure with “ex-boyfriend turned friend” Ryder (seems an oxymoron, but a very delightful dynamic) inviting Juliet Langley to a gun and knife show…Wouldn’t that be a better invita [...]

    5. Easy to read, attention-holding and a wonderful way to take a break from my usual shoot-'em-up, gore-filled action books: That's my take on this fun book that I thoroughly enjoyed from start to finish. If there's a downside, it appears to be the last in a five-book series that I wish I'd started from the beginning (although this one stands on its own just fine).Admittedly, I'm not a huge fan of cozy mysteries - but for one primary reason: It seems to be the rule that the heroine be downright obn [...]

    6. It is a peaceful morning at the Java Java. Scott, Juliet ex-boyfriend enters the place. Upon seeing him the "Red Hair Devil" emerges and Juliet promptly punched him in the nose. Her friends stopped her before she can hit Scott again. He wants to talk with Juliet but she refused to talk with him. Scott returns in the evening. He asked Juliet to help him as there is none he can trust. His wife has been kidnapped. He is ill and dies after drinking coffee and water Pete brought him. A new homicide d [...]

    7. I have been a fan of this series since the beginning but I think this is my favorite book to date. Juliet is such a wonderful main characters. She is smart, funny, sarcastic, and feisty. The cast of regular secondary characters make their return appearances and we finally have a resolution to Jules' romantic life. I also liked how Ms. Fardig crossed over with her Lizzie Hart Mystery series, introducing readers to those characters. The mystery in this book was fast paced and kept me guessing unti [...]

    8. More like 3.5 stars, rounded up to 4.I decided I wanted a to take a break from my usual fantasy, science fiction, and psychological thriller reads so I settled on the cozy mystery, Murder Over Mochas by Caroline Fardig. I have to admit that the title and the cute cover were what initially drew me in, but I was also intrigued by the storyline. I settled into my favorite reading chair and proceeded to devour the book in just a couple of sittings. The story, which is book #5 in the Java Jive myster [...]

    9. OMG! Loved this one! I've enjoyed this series immensely from the start. This is the fifth book. I highly recommend this if you're a cozy mystery fan. So glad this book came to fruition.Juliet Langley is an awesome protagonist. A long-ago ex shows up and drops dead in Java Jive. Now, Juliet is the prime suspect and must do all she can to find the real killer. Her best friend Pete, along with some other great characters, are there to help her solve this case.I don't want to give any spoilers, but [...]

    10. Murder Over Mochas by Caroline Fardig is the best in the series!From the very beginning, the story grabs your attention and it just keeps getting better and better.Juliet Langley is such a great character, she is strong, independent and she loves with her whole heart.She has grown more and more in each and every book and this story portrays her in such a way that you can't help but love her.This story involves a blast from her past and tangles her in a web of deceit, revenge and lies.Fans of thi [...]

    11. I love the Java Jive series!Caroline Fardig delivers a great plot filled with twists and humorous moments. I was hooked from the first chapter, and it was difficult to put down. In this installment, the author gives us a glimpse of the characters from her other cozy-mystery series set in Juliette's home town (Liberty).Would definitely recommend it to any cozy-mystery fan.Note: I received an ARC for review purposes and an honest and un-biased opinion.

    12. Investigation is the best in the series to date. Episode # 5 just may be the final in the series as Juliet comes to decisions in this episode of Java Jive Mysteries. Scott, Juliet's ex who stole everything from her including the music box Pete gave her, arrives at the coffee house begging for help to find his kidnapped wife. Juliet & Pete find themselves involved investigating Scott's death. Unethical business practices in pharmaceutical sales drag Ryder into helping Juliet back in her homet [...]

    13. Business is good at Nashville's Java Jive Coffeehouse where Juliet Langley is the manager and her "best friend" Pete Bennett is the owner. Her fledgling second career as a PI keeps her busy and she is even making progress toward overcoming the crippling stage fright that destroyed her singing career. What could go wrong, right? Trouble comes in the form of Scott O'Malley, Juliet's former fiance who left her high and dry. Scott not only left her for a waitress that worked at the coffeehouse the t [...]

    14. 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 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, Ry [...]

    15. These Java Jive books are just magical! Fun, mysterious, romantic and well written. I drop everything else on my TBR pile to read these when one become available and it is worth it. The lively cast of characters and the storyline that keeps me interested because you never know what will happen to Juliet yet, make these a must read. This one did have a little different feel as Juliet made some very important life decisions, while solving the murder of her ex-fiancé with her bestie Pete and ex-bo [...]

    16. I love Caroline Fardig and everything she writes! This is my favorite! Juliet and the gang from Java Jive are back with another dead body. This one hits close to home for Juliet. Lots of twisty mystery with cameos from the Lizzie Hart series. Oh and the romance! There are tons of awwwww moments. Best one yet. Can't wait to see what happens to the red headed she devil next! *ARC provided by NetGalley for an honest review.

    17. Murder Over MochasJava Jive, Book #5Caroline Fardig 5 StarsSynopsis:A blast from the past gets Nashville PI and coffeehouse manager Juliet Langley in hot water in this explosive mystery from the USA Today bestselling author of Death Before Decaf.As a newly minted private eye, Juliet Langley has sworn to leave homicide to the authorities, limiting the scope of her investigations to cheating spouses and dirty business partners . . . like her ex-fiancé, Scott O’Malley. When Scott shows up unanno [...]

    18. Caroline Fardig’s newest and, in my opinion, strongest of her Java Jive Mysteries, Murder Over Mochas, is quite entertaining and enjoyable. While I don’t know if this is the case, this book has the feel of a final book in a series, completing different arcs and seeing the maturing of Juliet Langley. She is still juggling attractions to a bevy of men but her heart, as always, belongs to her longtime best friend, Pete Bennett. This has been a recurring theme throughout the series, sometimes fr [...]

    19. Princess Fuzzypants here:I have have been a fan of the Java Jive series right from the first book. Juliette is an intriguing heroine who manages to be feisty and smart even if she does stumble into one calamity after another. It’s been fun reading about the on again off again threesome of Jules, her best friend Pete and her former boyfriend Ryder. I won’t give away who it is but she finally makes a decision but not until she is neck deep in murder again.This time it is her ex who not only st [...]

    20. Juliet Langley new PI is looking forward to sticking to cheating husbands and dirty business partners. She is swearing off homicide detecting, that is until her ex-fiance shows up at the coffee shop and falls over dead having been poison. Juliet must work fast to clear her and her boss Pete from the accusation of murder. The police detective is wanting an open and shut case with all fingers pointing to Juliet and Pete. As she works to clear their names romance blooms in unexpected places.In an O [...]

    21. This is a great book; this is the fifth book in the Java Jive Mystery Series written by Caroline Fardig. As a newly minted private eye, Juliet Langley has sworn to leave homicide to the authorities, limiting the scope of her investigations to cheating spouses and dirty business partners . . . like her ex-fiancé, Scott O’Malley. When Scott shows up unannounced at her coffeehouse, Java Jive, Juliet’s first instinct is to punch him in the nose. Her second is to turn down his desperate plea for [...]

    22. 3.5 stars review.Okay… This is the 5th book in the series. As this is a cosy mystery series, the mystery is, and always was, the focus of the book. The romance, as tangled up as it is, was a background. Though for me, a very noisy background.I loved the mystery story here. Scott, Juliet’s ex-fiancé that ran of with other woman and took all her money, arrived in town asked for help. And promptly dead in the coffee shop Juliet managed. The story ensued was so captivating and intriguing that I [...]

    23. I simply adore the Java Jive series! From the very start of book one I was engrossed and fully invested in Pete’s and Juliet’s story. As each additional book has come out I’ve eagerly devoured it and fell more in love with the returning characters. Their ups and downs- there are so many of the downs! Juliet's uncanny ability to always find herself embroiled in a new, murderous mystery while still trying to navigate the constant back and forth of her love life never fails to entertain and d [...]

    24. The main characters Juliette and Pete are best friends and both work at Java Jive. Juliette's heart was broken and she almost lost ownership of Java Jive when her ex-boyfriend Scott, ran off with her money. Then he walks back into her life and she isn't happy to see him. Well, Scott ends up dead at Java Jive and Juliette and Pete are prime suspects in a murder investigation.Taking things into their own hands, Juliette and Pete decide to find out who the real murderer is. The bodies keep piling u [...]

    25. Honestly, I didn't expect to enjoy this one as much as I did.I received an e-ARC of Murder Over Mochas courtesy of Netgalley and Alibi Publishing in exchange for an honest review.The book had a very Nancy Drew vibe which I absolutely loved! I loved reading Nancy Drew as a kid and I really enjoyed reading this one now. The book does set itself apart as the characters are quite a lot more mature, but it did remind me of old days. The book is quite a light read and is more suitable for high school [...]

    26. I am new to this author, and found this book to be an enjoyable read. Juliet manages a coffee house and is also a private detective. Her boss Pete is her best friend. When her ex-fiance unexpectedly shows up, begging for her help and then dies, Juliet and Pete get involved in the case. They were not only the last ones to see Scott alive, but he also had stolen all of Juliet’s money and possessions in the past. Her ex-boyfriend Ryan (a police officer) also gets involved. It brings out many thin [...]

    27. A big thank you to NetGalley for the ARC. I am voluntarily reviewing this book. First time reading this author. I did not realize this was the 5th book in the series. It reads fairly well as a stand alone but there are times when you wish you new more of the background. I enjoyed the book. The conclusion was a surprise which I loved!! I hate it when they are to easy to figure 'out. Everything is neatly wrapped up as I think this is the end of this series. Juliet is one busy lady!! I rate this a [...]

    28. Mochalicious!Amusing, entertaining, humorous, well-written, intriguing & suspenseful. The perfect cozy mystery to enjoy with a mocha!*I received a complimentary ARC of this story from NetGalley & Random House Publishing Group - Alibi in order to read and provide a voluntary, unbiased and honest review, should I choose to do so.

    29. Not the strongest book in the Java Jive series, but I believe the series is finished now, so I don't have to make the decision if I want to continue on with the series. The mystery wasn't amazing and I found that the novel was just Jules questioning one person after an another. There wasn't too much detective work as the final piece of the puzzle she just happened to find.

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