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    Caroline Fardig's Brew or Die

    The RedHeaded She Devil is the name attributed to Juliet Langley. She is the manager of the Java Jive coffeehouse, a PI ( private investigator ) with singing and song writing abilities. Juliet has been pacified since dating MNPD John Stafford. Is this too good to be true? Has she become a boring person? This story follows Juliet as she increases her skills as a PI. The reader will go on an undercover operations with Juliet as she investigates two situations. An co-owner of a company named Wonder-Gen Fabrications hires Maya and Juliet to check into dealings his partner might be involved in that are shady. While monitoring the company in an unmarked van, Juliet unearths things that affect her especially when Detective Ryder Hamilton appears at her stakeout. Seems he is also checking things out about this company. But to solve the case they need to work together putting their past behind them. Will they be able to accomplish this or will the RedHeaded She Devil reappear ??? One of the Java Jive employee's fiancée is found dead at her workplace. The case was classified on drug overdose. But was it or was sinister play involved?? Juliet with her boss and long time best friend, Pete Bennett go undercover at a wedding showcase given by the party-planning company where the fiancée died. Will the RedHeaded She Devil be able to remain subdued?? Many puzzle pieces with danger, suspense, drugs, murder, intriguing twists, turns, stalking, gunshots, new and old romantic ties plus humorous escapades make this story a read in one sitting. The characters are well defined, colorful, zany and feisty. They are very created. This is book # 4 in A Java Jive Mystery series. It can be read as a stand alone. Fantastic read!!! I volunteered to read this eBook. Thank you to Alibi via Net Gallery for this opportunity. My opinion is my own.
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    Best in series to date

    Juliet's still managing Java Jive coffee house for her BFF Pete Bennett, but joining her friend Maya Huxley as a licensed P.I. gives her penchant for investigating an outlet. When her ex-boyfriend, Ryder, keeps shadowing her while she is with her present cop boyfriend John, sparks fly, causing Juliet to question all of her relationships. Multiple investigations leave Juliet over-extended and reassessing her life and her music. Characters have grown in leaps and the excellent writing to keep all the various investigations exciting is easy to follow. I received a copy of this book through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.
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    Loved!

    LOVED this book! Each book in the Java Jive series is better than the last. In this novel, Juliet has gotten her PI license and is working part time as an investigator for her friend doing a simple investigation. However, with Juliet, nothing is simple or goes as planned. Before long, she's in the midst of several investigations and in handcuffs. Juliet has complicated relationships with several men and involve quite a few twists that I didn't see coming. I particularly enjoyed her interactions with Ryder. This is an entertaining novel that had me turning pages just as quickly as possible. Fans of the genre will love this book. While it is part of a series, it is a stand alone novel. However, the series is so good that you really owe it to yourself to read them all. The author is on my must read authors' list.
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    A nice romance with a little murder

    romance, PI, murder investigation, friendship, humor Complex friendships, convoluted romance issues, two twisty murder investigations, humorous situations, and more. Armed with a brand new PI license, Juliet finds herself embroiled in murders while her mentor/friend/partner is away. This is in addition to her more than full time job as coffee shop manager. The publisher's blurb gives hints and there is no need for spoilers here. If you like a side order of murders with your romance novel, you will be ecstatic over this one. Thanks to NetGalley for making this ARC available.
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    This one was just OK

    This was my least favorite of this series so far. The mystery part of it was fine and is what brings it from 2 stars to 3. The characters were much less appealing this time around. There was so much back and forth, wishy-washy behavior in all of the characters that it was very hard to get behind any of them. I found myself just pushing through to the end just to get finished with it. I have liked the previous books and even felt it was very Stephanie Plumbish but not this time. I was very frustrating to not be able to get behind a single one of the lead characters. The previous books in the series were good so I had been looking forward to this one. It just seems that all the men are kind of wimpy and Juliette was just all over the place.
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