Isabelle in the Afternoon by Douglas Kennedy
Before Isabelle I knew nothing of sex. Before Isabelle I knew nothing of freedom. Before Isabelle I knew nothing of life.
Paris in the early Seventies. Sam, an American student, meets a woman in a bookshop. Isabelle is enigmatic, beautiful, older and, unlike Sam, experienced in love’s many contradictions.
Sam is instantly smitten – but wary of the wedding ring on her finger. What begins as a regular arrangement in Isabelle’s tiny Parisian apartment transforms into a true affair of the heart, and one which lasts for decades to come. Isabelle in the Afternoon is a novel that questions what we seek, what we find, what we settle for – and shows how love, when not lived day in, day out, can become the passion of a lifetime.
Praise for Douglas Kennedy ‘The absolute master of love stories with heart-stopping twists’ THE TIMES ‘Kennedy is skilled at zigzag plotting, blending domestic twists with turns created by global affairs’ OBSERVER
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