Crane writes a funny chick lit focusing on the struggles of getting older and not quite feeling grown up. Jam-packed with hilarious one-liners and amusing scenarios, this is a quick, albeit very satisfying, read.

On the verge of her 30th birthday, Gus walks in on her boyfriend kissing her college friend Helen. Understandably upset with both of them, she turns to a longtime nemesis in her hour of need. From then on, her life is filled with one humorous mishap after the next -- all leading her to the question, did she ever really love her boyfriend in the first place? (5 Spot, Jun., 304 pp., $13.99)
Reviewed by: 
Lauren Spielberg