Charlotte of Little Dean
Paul A Hilton
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All the characters in these stories are fictitious and any resemblance to real persons living or dead is purely coincidental.
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Charlotte James had lived at Little Dean for all of her life. When she was young girl she had viewed it has some kind of paradise, but now it had become her prison. A place she felt she had to escape from.
Charlotte now longed for a life of fun and romance in the brightly-lit clubs of London. Although they were places she had never seen, except in glossy magazines. She desperately needed a way to get away – far away from the dull and solitary greyness of the Devon moors. All in all, everything about Little Dean made her so unhappy that her family and even the house staff thought of her as being a depressive.