Pride and Premeditation

[EBOOK] Pride and Premeditation by Tirzah Price – Í Perfect for fans of the Lady Janies and Stalking Jack the Ripper

Curse of the Wolf King (Entangled with Fae #1)

A Beauty and the Beast Retelling
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A beastly fae king with a deadly curse.
A devious bargain to break it…

All Gemma Bellefleur wants is to leave her past behind and forget the day scandal broke her heart. But when she’s captured by a trickster fae king who threatens to hold her for ransom, she’ll find herself at the top of the gossip column yet again.


Plagued by a curse that will soon claim his life, the human hating King Elliot will do anything to save himself. And if Gemma can use that to her advantage, she might be able to bargain her way to freedom. All she has to do is help him break his curse.

There’s just one hitch—to do so, they’ll have to trick someone into falling in love with the beastly, brooding Elliot.

With a devious alliance made, their scheme begins, bringing Gemma and Elliot into very close quarters. Soon, an unexpected desire stirs where once there was only hate. But Gemma must fight it. For when the curse is broken, Elliot will return to his true form—a wolf—and be lost to her for good.

Can Gemma sacrifice her budding feelings to save the king’s life? Or will love force her to give up something even greaterher heart?

*NOTE this book is upper YA/NA featuring mature situations and some adult language. The romance is slow burn but leads to moderate steam.

Curse of the Wolf King is a complete stand alone novel set in the same world as The Fair Isle Trilogy. Journey back to Faerwyvae or begin your adventure for the first time with this enchanting tale. Each book in the Entangled with Fae series can be read on its own and in any order. Happily ever after guaranteed!

The Light of the Midnight Stars

An evocative combination of fantasy, history, and Jewish folklore, The Light of the Midnight Stars is fairytale inspired novel from the author of The Sisters of the Winter Wood.

Deep in the Hungarian woods, the sacred magic of King Solomon lives on in his descendants. Gathering under the midnight stars, they pray, sing and perform small miracles and none are gifted than the great Rabbi Isaac and his three daughters. Each one is blessed with a unique talent whether it be coaxing plants to grow, or predicting the future by reading the path of the stars.

When a fateful decision to help an outsider ends in an accusation of witchcraft, fire blazes through their village. Rabbi Isaac and his family are forced to flee, to abandon their magic and settle into a new way of life. But a dark fog is making its way across Europe and will, in the end, reach even those who thought they could run from it. Each of the sisters will have to make a choice and change the future of their family forever.

For from Rena Rossner, check out The Sisters of the Winter Wood.


A genre defying, continents spanning saga of Korean myth, scientific discovery, and the abiding love that binds even the most broken of families. Elsa Park is a particle physicist at the top of her game, stationed at a neutrino observatory in the Antarctic, confident she's put enough distance between her ambitions and the family ghosts she's run from all her life. But it isn't long before her childhood imaginary friend—an achingly familiar, spectral woman in the snow—comes to claim her at last. Years ago, Elsa's now catatonic mother had warned her that the women of their line were doomed to repeat the narrative lives of their ancestors from Korean myth and legend. But beyond these ghosts, Elsa also faces a earthly fate: the mental illness and generational trauma that run in her immigrant family, a sickness no less ravenous than the ancestral curse hunting her. When her mother breaks her decade long silence and tragedy strikes, Elsa must return to her childhood home in California. There, among family wrestling with their own demons, she unravels the secrets hidden in the handwritten pages of her mother’s dark stories: of women’s desire and fury; of magic suppressed, stolen, or punished; of the hunger for vengeance. From Sparks Fellow, Tin House alumna, and Harvard graduate Angela Mi Young Hur, Folklorn is a wondrous and necessary exploration of the myths we inherit and those we fashion for ourselves.

Cece Rios and the Desert of Souls

Living in the remote town of Tierra del Sol is dangerous, especially in the criatura months, when powerful spirits roam the desert and threaten humankind. But Cecelia Rios has always believed there was to the criaturas, much to her family’s disapproval. After all, only brujas—humans who capture and control criaturas—consort with the spirits, and brujeria is a terrible crime.

When her older sister, Juana, is kidnapped by El Sombrerón, a powerful dark criatura, Cece is determined to bring Juana back. To get into Devil’s Alley, though, she’ll have to become a bruja herself—while hiding her quest from her parents, her town, and the other brujas. Thankfully, the legendary criatura Coyote has a soft spot for humans and agrees to help her on her journey.

With him at her side, Cece sets out to reunite her family—and maybe even change what it means to be a bruja along the way.

The Glass Slipper (Cinderella, #3)

Betraying the most powerful man in New York wasn’t something I ever envisioned when I first started playing games with Winston Constantine. But he’s engaged in far dangerous games than ours, and his enemies are out for blood.
Winston has my heart, the Morellis have incriminating photos, and I’m left with nothing except three stepbrothers who want to hurt me and a future in doubt. I knew Winston wouldn’t be my prince charming, but that didn’t stop me from falling for him.
After all, the slippers fit, and I let myself believe I’d be dancing with Winston forever.
Until too much truth comes to light.
Until I realize instead of ruling the board, I was just a pawn.
In the end, I have only one question. When his game with me is over, will I be able to pretend as if the glass slipper wasn’t a perfect fit?

The Gilded Girl

Any child can spark magic, but only the elite are allowed to kindle it. Those denied access to the secrets of the kindling ritual will see their magic snuffed out before their thirteenth birthday.

In 1906 New York City, Miss Posterity’s Academy for Practical Magic is the best kindling school―and wealthy twelve year old Emma Harris is accustomed to the best. But when her father dies, leaving her penniless, Emma is reduced to working off her debts to Miss Posterity alongside Izzy, a headstrong servant girl who refuses to let her magic be snuffed out, even if society dictates she must. Emma and Izzy reluctantly form a pact: If Izzy teaches Emma how to survive as a servant, Emma will reveal to Izzy what she knows about magic. Along the way, they encounter shy libraries, quizzes that literally pop, and talking cats (that is, house dragons). But when another student’s kindling goes horribly wrong, Emma, Izzy, and their unexpected new friends embark on a journey to keep magic in the right hands . or else there’s a risk it will be snuffed out forever.

Rumaysa: A Fairytale

This funny and empowering story weaves together three classic fairytales into one new adventure with an unusual structural twist: Rumaysa is a Muslim girl who lets her hijab down from a tall tower in order to escape. Set in a magical version of South Asia, Rumaysa explores enchanted forests and dragon lairs, teaming up with Cinderayla and Sleeping Sara along the way to create a strong sense of sisterhood.

Hello, Cruel Heart

An electric new story of teenage Cruella de Vil in an original novel inspired by the upcoming Walt Disney Studios Live Action Film, Cruella.

Swinging London, Summer 1967. Sixteen year old Estella, gifted with talent, ingenuity, and ambition, dreams of becoming a renowned fashion designer. But life seems intent on making sure her dreams never come true. Having arrived in London as a young girl, Estella now runs wild through the city streets with Jasper and Horace, amateur thieves who double as Estella's makeshift family and partners in (petty) crime. How can Estella dedicate herself to joining the ranks of the London design elite when she's sewing endless costumes and disguises for the trio's heists?

When a chance encounter with Magda and Richard Moresby Plum, two young scions of high society, vaults Estella into the world of the rich and famous, she begins to wonder whether she might be destined for after all. Suddenly, Estella's days are filled with glamorous parties, exclusive eateries, flirtations with an up and coming rock star, and, of course, the most cutting edge fashions money can buy. But what is the true cost of keeping up with the fast crowd and is it a price Estella is willing to pay?

Poison Priestess (Lady Slayers, #2)

Book 2 in the Lady Slayers series, about French murderess and fortune teller Catherine Monvoisin

In 17th century Paris, 19 year old Catherine Monvoisin is a well heeled jeweler’s wife with a peculiar taste for the arcane. She lives a comfortable life, far removed from a childhood of abject destitution—until her kind spendthrift of a husband lands them both in debt. Hell bent on avoiding a return to poverty, Catherine must rely on her prophetic visions and the grimoire gifted to her by a talented diviner to reinvent herself as a sorceress. With the help of the grifter Marie Bosse, Catherine divines fortunes in the IIle de la Citee—home to sorcerers and scoundrels.

There she encounters the Marquise de Montespan, a stunning noblewoman. When the Marquise becomes Louis XIV’s royal mistress with Catherine’s help, her ascension catapults Catherine to notoriety. Catherine takes easily to her glittering new life as the Sorceress La Voisin, pitting the depraved noblesse against one other to her advantage. The stakes soar ever higher when her path crosses with that of a young magician. A charged rivalry between sorceress and magician leads to Black Masses, tangled deceptions, and grisly murder—and sets Catherine on a collision course that threatens her own life.

A Dark Queen Rises (Burnt Empire Saga, #2)

Returning to Ashok K. Banker’s brilliant epic fantasy world of the Burnt Empire, A Dark Queen Rises features Aqreen and Krushita, a mother and daughter on a quest to protect the innocent and bring down tyrants. Queen Aqreen of Aquila leaves her husband Jarsun and flees across the Red Desert. She is determined to keep her daughter from being used by Jarsun to stake his claim to the Burning Throne of Hastinaga, seat of the all powerful Burnt Empire. But Jarsun is vengeful and can summon legions of demoniac forces at will. The Red Desert is vast, and the journey dangerous.   Aqreen and Krushita’s caravan of ten thousand wagons will take several years to reach the only safe harbor, the queendom of Reygar. Jarsun’s pursuit is relentless and his vengeance terrible, but hope shines from the growing powers of little Krushita herself, along with the four armed, twin bodied Vanjhani wagon train leader and their band of valiant desert militia. Fierce battles are in store.   There are other players in this great game of demigods and mortals, each pursuing their own agendas. The powerful seer mage Vessa seeks to join Krushita’s talents with that of Drishya, an avatar destined to confront and kill Tyrak, Jarsun’s diabolical son in law. Ladislew the assassin aligns with Tyrak for her own reasons. All paths culminate in a feverish finale on the hot sands of Reygar, as father, mother, and daughter confront each other in one ultimate showdown.

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Pride and Premeditation

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Least know the general storyline and have seen pieces of the movie the one with Keira Knightley that I also likely watched in school I was big on Spark Notes back then and during the movie I was probably writing notes to a boyfriend or something eually ridiculous Why am I rambling about this Because I have absolutely no idea why I reuested this audiobook but I am so very happy that I did I really enjoyed Price s retelling o 35 5 starsPride and Premeditation is a Young Adult historical mystery retelling of Pride and Prejudice This book is the irst in the Jane Austen Murder Mystery seriesThe narrator is 17 year old Elizabeth "BennettLizzie 3rd Person POV I "3rd person POV I not super amiliar with Pride and
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But it seems the characters in this book have the same names as the original charactersThis was a uick Dangerously Attractive (Harlequin Intrigue fun read The mystery was good And Lizzy was airecracker of a heroine She is an amazing amateur super sleuth And I absolutely loved herThis book is mostly a mystery There is a bit of romance But the mystery is the Mistress focus of the story Overall this book kept my attention It was an enjoyable YA retelling And the mystery was very strongThanks to edelweiss and HarperTeenor allowing me to read this book. OciatesConvinced the authorities have imprisoned the wrong person Lizzie vows to solve the murder on her own But as the case and her Cinderella Story Part 2 (36 Hours) feelingsor Darcy become complicated Lizzie discovers that her dream job could make her happy but it might also get her kill. S or Bingley and Darcy It was so well thought "OutAdding In The Backdrop That They Are Solicitors And Barristers "in the backdrop that they are solicitors and barristers law irms Brilliant It worked so well to lay out the plot and the A Doctor, a Nurse, a Christmas Baby foundationor why they were all part of this murder mystery and coincided so nicely the A Mother in the Making foundationor why they were all part of this murder mystery And Coincided So Nicely Lizzie S Naturally Inuisitive Nature From coincided so nicely Lizzie s naturally inuisitive nature rom original text And of course we got the classic banter and tension some antastic scenes between Darcy and Lizzie and just a great plot overall in my opinion It helps so much that Price stayed true to the main characters and some of the others as well While parts might seem predictable to some I honestly had so much His Pregnant Christmas Princess fun with the twists and turns the story took me on I will definitely recommend this toriends who love Austen especially since well known uotes are paraphrased so seamlessly in the story TW murder death kidnapping blood racism physical abuse hints at sexual abuse misogyny violence gun violence I received an ARC Through the Language Glass from NetGalley in exchangeor an honest review My thoughts and opinions are my own Any uotes I use are rom an unpublished copy and may not reflect the inished productI m not a huge an of the classics but I m pretty sure I read Pride and Prejudice in high school I at. Whodunit When a scandalous murder shocks London high society seventeen year old aspiring lawyer Lizzie Bennet seizes the opportunity to prove herself despite the interference of Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy the stern young heir to the prestigious irm Pemberley Ass. Say whatagressively smashes that want to read buttom I am You Are Not A Gadget friends with the author through our work at Book Riot so it doesn teel terribly Sanctuary fairor me to give an official star rating For me a retelling needs to walk a pretty Forever Faithful (Forever Faithful, fine line If it just retells the same story in the same way it is noun even if you ve moved the setting or time period You need to give me something new to invest in Tirzah Thank you to HarperCollins Canada Friendfluence for providing an advanced digital copy in exchangeor an honest review Rating 45WOW I might struggle or a moment to put into cohesive words just how much I Loved This Book I loved this book I a eeling I would enjoy it Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice mixed with a murder mystery Yes please I was just blown away with how uickly "I devoured this book and how much I really loved it I "devoured this book and how much I really loved it I out loud I loved the twists and turns and of course I adored the charactersThe liberties that Price took with the original telling of PP worked SO WELL to turn it into a murder mystery And I liked some of the other small changes that were made to make the story just different enough in little ways like switching up Charlotte s story including Fred and Abigail and changing just a little the background. Perfect Stranger forans of the Lady Janies and Stalking Jack the Ripper the irst book in the Jane Austen Murder Mysteries series is a clever retelling Janies and Stalking Jack the Ripper the irst book in the Jane Austen Murder Mysteries series is a clever retelling Pride and Prejudice that reimagines the iconic settings characters and romances in a thrilling and high stakes.

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