Charlotte: The Practical Education of a Distressed Gentlewoman

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In this sweet romance, Charlotte DeVere, left destitute and alone in the country by her gambling father and brother, is forced to put the family estate up for sale after their demise. The unspeakably vulgar Freddy Oswith purchases it and almost immediately his extended family takes up residence. Naively Charlotte flees to the city of Bath and then to London, hoping to meet the man of her dreams. More

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About Amelia Grace Treader

I am child of the south, steeped in the mysterious aura that accompanies Spanish moss, mosquitoes and barbecue. I have always felt the urge to write. Even when I was a little girl. I won't inflict the fragments of writing I still have from my elementary and high school work on you. Consider yourself lucky about that. Cats, dogs and children, not to mention a husband, get in the way, but I have eked out the time to write a unique combination of romance and action.

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Review by: John Whelan on Dec. 7, 2014 :
Unfortunately the story doesn't hang together for me. For example tenancies were normally one year which suited both sides as rents could then be adjusted according to the yields. ie crop yields down then rents would also be adjusted down.

Travelling from Bath to London setting off later in the morning than one of the characters would fine, but arriving in London that evening would be travelling at speed unknown in these times. There were one or two other points that started to grate as I read so not for me.
(reviewed 19 days after purchase)
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