A Different kind of lad.

Rated 4.86/5 based on 7 reviews
A girl pretending to be a boy, a spoilt sister and her mean brother, a horrible stepmother and an obsessed psychopath...just the recipe for a beautiful love story. Hazel becomes Hector to protect herself but not without consequences. Like falling in love with her mean but handsome boss Wren, attracting the attention of a gorgeous black-eyed madman Jon and making Wren's sister fall in love with her More
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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » Historical
  • Words: 77,110
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781311771193
About Dylanne Enough

Top ten random facts:
1) All my characters are real, I talk to them in my head all the time
2)Spongebob Squarepants is adorable, and I want to marry him when he grows up
3)Romance novels make my world go round, especially historical ones
4)Mashmallows would be a staple food if I ruled a country
5)Most of my characters have a little bit of me in them eg. my OCD
6)I swear I'm allergic to the colour pink
7)I'm a closet poet
8)I can't see without my glasses
9)I always scream when I get fanmail
10)I believe in soulmates....

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ruth gichuru reviewed on June 23, 2018

I love the novels. its interesting with humour
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lullaby Jones reviewed on Sep. 10, 2016

Wren is an intense type of guy but i loved him! Michelle was hilarious and Jonathan was a sad character. All in all great and pleasantly surprising story from such an amateur author, hope to read more from her as she grows. Awesome love story!
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Dijerz reviewed on July 25, 2016

I loved this book!!
I like how the Author outlined Donoghue's flaws in the most sweetest way, couldn't stop reading t once i started.
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Briar Rose reviewed on July 24, 2016

This book was a little confusing. From beginning to end it was a jumble of first and third person views switching very randomly, which was disorienting to read. And in parts there were mistakes that made it seem like one person was talking when really it was someone else. Switching back and forth from one person to the next without letting the reader know was very hard to follow. Then there were things like a character knowing another's name without overhearing it or having been introduced to them. Repeating a sentence after having just said it or having a sentence make absolutely no sense at all, using or saying something that isn't of the particular time period and just a general incohesiveness were just a few things that made me feel like it wasn't living up to it's full potential.

With all that being said, it was finished well and had a good storyline to keep you interested. I would just recommend a lot of editing, Author. But thank you very much for sharing.
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Adanna reviewed on July 19, 2016

A funny, witty book. Enjoyed reading it.
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eva mader reviewed on June 27, 2016

lovely. i enjoyed this book a lot. just great..... i dont know what more to tell you.
It is about a Girl who runs away from home with her jounger brother. she gets hurt and then pretends to be a Boy because it is saver that way.... but she keeps pretending to be a Boy and that leads to a lot af Trouble! verry nice storry and great caracters!
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Marija reviewed on June 24, 2016

Wonderful story! If you enjoy developed characters and great storyline with enough romance to make it interesting you're gonna love this novel. Wish there was more from this author.
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