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Charm and Consequence

(Snark and Circumstance #2)

3.38  ·  Rating details ·  189 ratings  ·  16 reviews
Sixteen-year-old Georgia Barrett is no expert on guys, but her bio-class partner is harder to dissect than anything in their lab tray. He’s smart, almost as sarcastic as she is, and cute in that preppie way. Things are great . . . until he decides her vegan activism is ridiculous and suddenly can’t refuse a date with her fast enough. So why does he show up at her door, int ...more
Published May 28th 2013 by Swoon Romance (first published May 24th 2013)
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Amel  Armeliana
Here comes the Wickham in form of Jeremy Wrentham. Getting more intrigued with this story and can't wait for the 3rd part. Let's keep reading 😊 ...more
Jun 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
OK I'm getting more into this now. Amusing and unique take on P & P. I'm hooked. ...more
Tatiana Coimbra
Aug 22, 2017 rated it really liked it
T.H. Hernandez
Mar 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing
4-1/2 Stars. Charm and Consequence picks up where Snark and Circumstance left us. Georgia's older sister, Tori, is still cozy with newcomer, Trey, younger sister, Cassie, is still tight with Rick "the Brick" and even uber-conservative, Leigh, is getting her neck bruised by Alistair, the preacher's son. Georgia is still sadly single, at least until hot and hunky Jeremy begins to show flirtatious interest in her. On top of that, things with Michael Endicott are getting interesting. Instead of figh ...more
Jessica Brooks
May 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: indie, retelling, novella
When I first met him (Michael) at the beginning of the year and found out that I would have to be his lab partner in bio and the year-long series of projects in AP English, I seriously considered taking night school classes and getting a GED just to avoid him. ~Georgiana Barrett

Since completing Snark and Circumstance, I've been eagerly awaiting the second enovella in the series, Charm and Consequence, and Stephanie did not disappoint. This title goes perfectly with the storyline considering the
Oct 13, 2013 rated it liked it
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Charm and Consequence picks up right after the ending of Snark and Circumstance. Georgia has written an article about ethical reasons to go vegan and she's experiencing quite a bit of harassing because of it. Michael is giving her a hard time, but it a teasing way. They've begun to overcome their initial issues and started to become friends. Until, that is, he blatantly turns down an invitation for a double-date with her and her sister and her
Sarika Patkotwar
Jul 21, 2013 rated it liked it
Charm and Consequence is the second book in author Stephanie Wardrop's Snark and Circumstance series. This book continues from the first book and if you're going to give these books a try, I'd suggest you definitely read the first one before.
Georgia, the MC, is still is high school and she's actually doing good unless you count the fact that all her sisters seem to be doing great with boys while she is just lagging behind. She meets a few boys here and there, for eg., her friends at school, her
May 28, 2013 rated it really liked it
Full of more prideful encounters, more scathing prejudices, Charm and Consequence is a delightful, albeit too short, second installment in the Snark and Circumstance novella series. I love the stoic, unreadable, but not so unreadable Michael. I love Georgia in all her ethically superior, snark-filled, self-righteousness. And I love the tension and chemistry between the two.

Georgia’s character is just so fantastically written — her elitism making her so potentially unlikable. And yet, while she’
Mar 23, 2014 rated it really liked it
They should have been one book but they were was still pretty good. I'm a fan of Jane Austen and Jane Austen retellings so keep that in mind. However, aside from feeding my Jane Austen craving, I thought the characters were well developed, the story had enough happening that my interest was peaked throughout all 4 volumes, and the overall writing style was smooth and easy to read. Georgia, the Elizabeth-like character, was occasionally a bit over-zealous with her veganisms but that was kind of t ...more
S.T. Bende
May 27, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I've been so excited for the sequel to Snark & Circumstance, it lived up to all my expectations. Charm and Consequence was fabulous! I'm a sucker for retellings, and Stephanie Wardrop stayed true enough to the Austen classic to satisfy die-hard fans, while putting her own spin on the characters in a way that makes them absolutely charming. Georgia's voice has all the snark of Princess Diaries' Mia Thermopolis, tempered with the angst and sensitivity we all felt as teenagers. And Michael is the p ...more
Jen McConnel
Jun 24, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This is the second book in the Snark and Circumstance series, and I DEVOURED it!

This modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice is a perfect summer read. Georgia Barrett, the modern Elizabeth, has progressed from outright hatred of the wealthy, hard-to-read Michael Endicott into confused interest. Is he a handsome jerk? Is he secretly noble? As Georgia gets the chance to know more about Michael, she finds herself questioning her initial impressions of the pretty rich boy. Readers will adore Michael
Oct 20, 2015 rated it liked it
I'm lucky I bought all four novellas in one swoop! waiting would have angered me I just know it.

So now I'm on to the third one, however still wishing it had just been one big book, but that's okay I'll live and get through it ;-)

These are fun, cute and quick reads that should appeal to any young romantic at heart.
Sep 02, 2014 rated it really liked it
So funny these characters crack me up
Jan 13, 2015 rated it liked it
Cute and fluffy story continuation from book 1. This is also not a complete book. It was a fun read overall.
Jun 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Loved it! Can't wait for the next one. ...more
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“I will probably die a misunderstood virgin like Ophelia in HAMLET, only I won't do it by floating down a stream, singing my own mad song. They'll just find me here, on my bed, on a weekend night, my dead body slumped over a homework assignment.

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