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Getting Warmer

Berkley Trade, January 2007

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 way to entertain themselves on the Scottsdale, Arizona, singes scene: lying.

It’s an innocent game, but when Natalie finally meets a guy she likes, how can she explain that her mother isn’t actually insane? Or that she teaches English at a local high school — not at a high security prison? She’s looking for a way to come clean, get the guy, and keep her friendships intact. If only she can keep the truth from ruining true love

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“With its entertaining combination of a realistically flawed heroine, sharp writing and tart humor, Getting Warmer is absolutely delightful!” —Booklist

"Telling fibs has never been so fun!" —Fresh Fiction

"Carol Snow does a wonderful job creating realistic, likable characters. Natalie is genuinely flawed, and readers can’t help but like her for it." —Curled Up With a Good Book


Mass-market paperback edition (Berkley, Sept. 2011)

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