With over 100 pounds on the scale separating them, weight isn't their only difference. Alexis is a loner who is so bitchy the only person who can stand her company is her gay best friend Billy. She gives neurotic New Yorkers a run for their money with her strict daily workout routine, and weighing of food. Shoshana is Alexis’s opposite. Living in Jersey with rowdy roommates, she is someone who “collects friends,” as her mother puts it; and treasures a life of expanding circles...and waistlines.
Praise for 150 Pounds:
"A fun read from a fresh new voice"--New York Times-bestselling author, Jane Green
“In Kate Rockland’s newest novel, Shoshana and Alexis couldn’t be more relatable—not to mention comedic, sassy and full of a rare sense of honesty. The perfect novel for women of all sizes; to enjoy with a cupcake or on the stairmaster!”—Lisa Patton, bestselling author of Yankee Doodle Dixie
“Ms. Rockland handles an emotional topic sensitively yet head-on. The result is that the reader is left with an inner confidence and somehow more sure of living in HER own skin. Every woman who has hang-ups about her weight should read this.” —Laura Pepper, author of Wow! Glowing Bride in 30 Days
“Rockland does an excellent job of subverting chick lit tropes…the uplifting message and quirky humor should satisfy readers of all sizes.”–Publishers Weekly
“Charming, especially in Shoshana’s story, which calls to mind Jennifer Weiner’s Good in Bed. An interesting, if fluffy, approach to women’s body-image issues and female empowerment.”–Booklist