Penny Young Nance covers topics including sexual assault, marriage, abortion, terrorism and international politics in her book "Feisty & Feminine." Since she writes for women and comes from Concerned Women for America, several of the chapters focus on "women's issues," and reveal facts that I hadn't considered before. Still, her conservative points are sometimes one-sided, and I felt there was much left uncovered. I do wish that Nance had provided summary talking points and more relatable examples in addition to the high-standard profiles with which each chapter concludes. Instead of setting an example of how a woman can be both strong in this world and a conservative, this book really just gives one conservative's opinion on politics and provides unhelpful tips on how to be an "Esther woman." Readers will find the chapters informative and interesting, just not all that applicable.
*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.