Just finished reading this and absolutely adored it. Given that there were no 5-star reviews as yet, thought that I must be the first. There is something just so special when Wodehouse is in this kind of form. The interplay between our heroine and hero, Sally and Ginger, is both incredibly romantic and fabulously funny at the same time. For me, this book stands out from so much of Wodehouse's works, in that it is very deeply emotional. Perhaps that is because the main character is a female, and he was trying to reach out to that market, I don't know.
Wodehouse is undeniably best known as a humorist, but I think he demonstrates here, as well as in other early books such as Something Fresh and A Damsel in Distress, that he was equally brilliant at writing romance novels! Now I love the Jeeves novels as much as any other books ever written, I love the farcical approach to love Plum so often employs, especially in books where Freddie Widgeon is involved! But the Adventures of Sally really works brilliantly on a deeper emotional level.
And Ginger will have you laughing your bally thingamajig off.