100 Dates Princess
A women Of Woodstock Short story.
Charity Andrews lived up to her name a twenty year old student at Witney college studying accountancy, living with a group of friends in a basement flat in Woodstock, she worked two jobs to make ends meet, Sunday's in the Blenheim View tea shop and three nights a week in the Crown Public House as a bar maid.
Her mother and father run a small guest house on Portland Bill in Dorset and she left to study in the small Oxfordshire town, so she could help out her families business.
But above all Charity loved charities, so whenever an event to help others less fortunate, cropped up, Charity was ready to help out.
A car boot sale to help the homeless.
A stall at a village fete to help the elderly.
A sponsored walk to raise money for the children's hospital wing at the John Radcliffe.
Charity was there.
So it was no surprise when Charity stepped in to be auctioned off for one date in her local pub, to help animals in need, something close to her heart.
But the surprise came when a handsome charismatic gentleman rescued her from a depraved biker who was willing to bid high to get a date with Charity.
In fact the mysterious handsome stranger stunned the whole pub by bidding £100,000 for Charity.
What she didn't expect was the bid was for a hundred dates.
With his little princess as he nicknamed Charity.
If only she had known that he was telling the truth.