Getting Warmer Author:Carol Snow Natalie Quackenbush is approaching thirty, drowning in debt- and did she mention she lives with her parents? It's the kind of small talk she'd rather avoid. So she and her friends have found a new way to entertain themselves on the Scottsdale, Arizona singles scene: lying. — It's an innocent game, but when Natalie meets a guy she actually likes-a... more »nd wants to see again-how will she explain that her mother isn't actually insane? Or that she doesn't really work with convicted murderers? If she can find a way out of her lies without destroying this fragile new relationship along the way, she might just wind up with something real.« less
I read this book in one day and that rarely happens for me. I literally couldn't put it down. This book is very enjoyable with a great set of characters. I fell in love with Natalie Quakenbush and her friends. I hated seeing this book end.
It's okay chick lit. I got irritated with the lead character after awhile with all the lies she was telling, but I guess that was the whole point of the story. To be honest, I'm more confused by the cover art since I have no clue what it has to do with the actual story line!
This book is about a 30-something single girl in the dating circuit. Parts of it are very funny. The main character lies and that gets her into trouble. You just want to say "stop it" but it's only a book. Good light beach read.