Chelsea thinks she will get a break from a boring, loveless married life when she books a solo summer holiday on a Greek island.
At first, all her libidinous expectations seem possible in the natural, aphrodisiac cocktail of sun, sea and sex; that is until she meets the worryingly strange but appetizingly rich, Mister Posnep.
His acceptance of the lewd 'English Bimbo' to replace his recently mourned 'vestal virgin' daughter seems ideal.
However, the depths and reasons for his tortured mind only come to light as the myth of her paradise is turned into a nightmare of reality.
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About the Author
After experience in the Fleet Air Arm, the Royal Air Force and the Police force; he decided that was enough servitude and moved with his wife to a village in Greece; where his main pastimes are windsurfing and writing.
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Reviewed by Michelle Mollohan for Readers' Favorite Chelsea's Summer Escape by Mr. Frederick Andrews is a thrilling suspense novel set in London and exotic Greece. Chelsea is a bored housewife who jumps at the chance of adventure and lascivious behavior when she travels to Greece sans husband. Conceited regarding her feminine wiles, Chelsea sets out to get the excitement she so desperately craves. While sunbathing, she sees a man walk into the ocean and wonders if he has drowned. She is pleasantly surprised to discover he is alive and well when he approaches her at the taverna. Posnep tells Chelsea that she has saved his life, as he had planned to drown himself in the sea until he saw her lying in the sand. He informs her that she is the image of his dearly departed daughter, Maria. She throws caution to the wind and accepts his invitation to leave the hotel and stay at his palatial estate. Excited at the prospect of living a rich and luxurious lifestyle, Chelsea ignores her inner voice telling her that this man is dangerous. Chelsea fully intends on having Posnep's money and continuing on with her lewd encounters whenever possible, but will throwing caution to the wind come back to haunt her? Chelsea's Summer Escape by Mr. Frederick Andrews kept me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. At every turn I felt fear for Chelsea, while simultaneously thinking that she was getting what she deserved for being such a selfish and wanton character. Posnep is a complicated character that leaves you guessing through much of the novel – is he twisted with desire for the woman who looks like his daughter, or is he simply saddened by her loss and looking to replace her? Chelsea's Summer Escape answers all the questions raised throughout and is shocking and justified in its conclusion.