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{The Wrong Girl: CJ Archer}The Wrong Girl by CJ Archer
Series: Freak House Trilogy
Published by Amazon Digital Services on May 27, 2013
Genres: Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Young Adult
Pages: 218
Format: eBook
Source: Read for Review
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{Synopsis} –It's customary for Gothic romance novels to include a mysterious girl locked in the attic. Hannah Smith just wishes she wasn't that girl. As a narcoleptic and the companion to an earl's daughter with a strange affliction of her own, Hannah knows she's lucky to have a roof over her head and food in her belly when so many orphans starve on the streets. Yet freedom is something Hannah longs for. She did not, however, want her freedom to arrive in the form of kidnapping.

Taken by handsome Jack Langley to a place known as Freak House, she finds herself under the same roof as a mad scientist, his niece, a mute servant and Jack, a fire starter with a mysterious past. They assure Hannah she is not a prisoner and that they want to help her. The problem is, they think she's the earl's daughter. What will they do when they discover they took the wrong girl?

{My Thoughts} – This book was rather enjoyable. It is about a girl named Hannah Smith that is kidnapped. She is assumed to be the daughter of an Earl until she informs her captors that they have the wrong girl. She goes through weeks of self discovery. She learns what it is like to trust in others and to have freedom. Things she otherwise hadn’t had the ability to enjoy in the past. This book centers around paranormal abilities and many different emotions. This book is a rather fast read, it captures the reader and drags them into the book. I enjoyed learning new details as they were reveled, but what I enjoyed most was actually feeling like I was Hannah, like I was in the book and the book was about me. It is incredibly well written and pulls you in from page one.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.