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Sally on the Rocks

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Sally on the Rocks is a captivating and emotional novel that follows the life of protagonist, Sally, as she navigates through love, loss, and self-discovery. Set in a small coastal town, the vivid descriptions bring the setting to life and perfectly complement Sally's journey.

The character development in this book is exceptional, with Sally being a multi-dimensional and relatable character that readers will root for throughout the story. Her relationships with other characters are complex and well-written, adding depth and intrigue to the plot.

Boggs' writing style is engaging and emotive, easily drawing readers in and keeping them hooked until the very end. The pacing of the story is well-executed, with just the right balance of drama, romance, and introspection.

Overall, Sally on the Rocks is a beautifully written novel that will appeal to fans of contemporary fiction. It's a story about love, forgiveness, and the power of redemption that will linger in readers' minds long after they finish the last page.

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Sally Lunton has led a bohemian lifestyle in Paris, but now at 31 she returns to Little Crampton disillusioned, no job, no money and no hopes for the future except a safe, if loveless, marriage.. Little Crampton has its complement of “typical” villagers – the pompous bank manager, the local gossip, the ageing parson – but this is spring 1915, and the young men are away fighting and dying in the Great War. Farms and businesses are struggling to exist, families are grieving and there are not many marriage prospects for a spirited, worldly young woman.

Sally's story is told with a mixture of wry humour, cynical observation and bitter anti-war sentiments that make this novel an interesting, emotional but never sentimental view of "English village life".

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