Sydney Zamora decided she’d had enough. She tossed her crumpled napkin on the table and pushed her chair back as her confused date watched in disbelief.
"Where . . ." he stammered. "Where are you going?"
"Home." She slipped into her coat and flashed a tight, angry smile. "Peace."
She was furious at him, at herself, at the world, really, but Quo was no place to make a scene. It was the überhip restaurant of the moment, the kind of New York it spot that had an unlisted phone number and a menu people called "creative." All the senior editors at Cachet
"Feminista is smart, hilarious, and totally of the moment. Every feminist fashionista will find herself on these pages, as Erica Kennedy uses wit and verve to take a look at some of the tough decisions women have to make on the road to having it all. One of the most enjoyable reads of the year."-- Rebecca Walker, author of Baby Love: Choosing Motherhood After a Lifetime of Ambivalence.
"Why can't all women's fiction be as funny, smart and witty as Feminista?"--Anna David, author of Bought and Party Girl
“Kennedy tweaks the template to create a beautiful, biracial, brainy heroine, far hipper than chick-lit is used to.”—Kirkus Reviews
"Feminista is a love story for women, like Sydney, who aren’t quite sure they still believe in love. A feminist page-turner that will have readers laughing in recognition of the twists and turns of the dating jungle." --Rachel Kramer Bussel, editor of Fast Girls
“A story of two people that may be perfect for each other despite their differences set amid the flash of New York City.”—News and Sentinel (Parkersburg, WV)
“Feminista [boasts an] unapologetically ballsy protagonist, Sydney, a writer who finds love almost despite herself.”—www.thefrisky.com
“In turn uplifting, funny, a little sad and always, always entertaining.”—www.bookshipper.blogspot.com
“Erica Kennedy's Feminista is funny, charming, and just possibly too close to home…Sydney is hardly a typical heroine.”—www.opednews.com
“Kennedy jazzes up the chick-lit formula with a cast of colorful characters and plots inspired by TMZ and Page Six…readers will enjoy Kennedy’s humor (she’s a master of the well-aimed zinger) and the fictionalized real-life dramas she inserts in the story.”--Newsday