Blue Slipper Bay
Sophie, bereft after the loss of her mother and her husband's betrayal, walks out of her demanding profession and her home seeking refuge with her friend Jill, on the Isle of Wight. She doesn't suspect that she is about to be drawn into another crisis. Jill, a psychologist, is as obsessive and compulsive as the clients she treats and has her own complex reasons for persuading Sophie to stay. Over the cliffs at Blue Slipper Bay, Nick lives in a beach hut, challenged by the sea. A seeker of truth, walled in by his own guilt and grief, he finds solace in resurrecting the forgotten gardens of Wraith Cove Hotel. Sophie, Jill and Nick all need to make peace with their past before they can risk taking a second chance with the future...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Mainly of interest to me as I live on the Isle of Wight where the book is set. Apart from this I found the novel uninspiring, the plot line tended to drift with not too much of substance happening. If anyone enjoyed this book I believe she is writing more under the titles of the Undercliff Novels.
Review: Blue Slipper BayUser Review - Goodreads
I read this because it's set near where I live. Terrible mistake! Very disappointing.