What would you do for a second chance at your first love? At thirty-eight, Louise Harrington still hasn't forgotten Scott Feinstadt, the boy who broke her eighteen-year-old heart and then died tragically in a car crash. Two decades later when his twenty-four-year-old doppelganger, the gorgeously boyish F. Scott Feinstadt, walks into her life, Louise might not know what to think, but this time around, at least she knows what she's doing. Scott still has the power to knock her off her feet, and her jealous best friend, self-involved ex-husband, and neurotic mother aren't helping matters, but Louise isn't about to make the same mistakes twice.
Helen Schulman is the author of the novels The Revisionist and Out of Time and the short story collection Not a Free Show. Her writing has appeared in such publications as Time, Vanity Fair, The New York Times Book Review, and The Paris Review. She lives in New York.
'Fantastic...a fresh and funny love story that slows down only during the delicious sex scenes so that you may better relish them.' - The New York Times Book Review
'Dark, funny, and sexy...an all-too-knowing excavation of our deepest desires that's both a turn-on and a page-turner.' - Vanity Fair
'A beautifully crafted novel striking for its heartfelt intelligence, its sly humor, and its brave explorations of love's miseries and its miracles.' - Elle
'Hilarious and dazzlingly hip.' - Glamour
'Schulman's darkly comedic portrait of searching for romance in a city of jaundiced skeptics is appealingly sharp-tongued.' - The New Yorker
'P.S. is a smart and sexy romp.' - GQ
'A rollicking, entertaining romance.' - The Washington Post
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I picked up this book at the library sale stand for 50 cents. It was a quick easy read with moments of humor but overall I was annoyed with the main character, specifically her lack of backbone, and ... Read full review
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It had been a long time between drinks of water for Louise Harrington There was an early summer lurking outside her office window and if she cran...
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