Parachutes and Kisses is the outrageously smart and sexy follow-up to How to Save Your Own Life.
A decade has passed since Isadora Wing first took flight in Fear of Flying, and the Seventies have come and gone. Now a mother, Isadora is trying to have it all: motherhood, career, and a sex life to boot.
But married, divorced, and newly single, Isadora realises the Eighties have a whole new set of rules when it comes to sex and romance. From a scintillating list a suitors, Isadora braves this new landscape looking for a love to satiate her soul.
Praise for Parachutes and Kisses
‘a mixture of eloquence and savage wit as good as anything she has ever written‘ — Wall Street Journal
‘raunchy, funny, explicit, outrageous‘ — New York Times
‘this is Jong at her best – perceptive, witty, passionate’ — United Press International
‘rowdy, juicy, delicious sex’ — Playboy
‘hilarious and searching…Isadora still has good times to tell us about, and I hope Erica Jong plans more sequels’ — Washington Post