From the Publisher
Two best friends from high school, Peggy Morrison and Constance Masters, reunite in Washington and continue their indecent behavior. One becomes a Capitol Hill gossip columnist and the other is a prize-winning journalist, and both exploit their feminine wiles to get what they want.
PRAISE FOR VIRGINS…
“Rings with authenticity…few writers are as funny as she, and none funnier. Yet she is capable of wrenching your heart and soul.” —The Chicago Tribune
“This is a riotously funny novel…The ending hints at a sequel. Yes, please, for readers’ sakes!” —Library Journal
“To read Virgins is to remember a day when a kiss was two tightly closed mouths colliding and there were definite rules as to where a roving hand could move…And no, if you are too young to remember those days, Caryl Rivers is not making it all up. Rivers has written a very funny book.” —The Washington Post
Topics: Female Friendship, Washington, D.C., Duology, Spirituality , Realistic, Funny, Sex, and Catholicism