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Little Bitty Lies is a lot of fun
Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2014
Little Bitty Lies is a lot of fun. Mary Bliss McGowan and Katherine Weidman are good looking, clever, upper middle-class residents of Fair Oaks, Georgia, and used to having a very nice time of it. Their suburban country club lives are turned upside down and inside out when Mary Bliss' husband does a runner and Katherine's spouse has an affair. The gal-pals team up and tackle problems with what is often wickedly funny southern charm. Their men, families, and neighbors, are far from perfect. Yay!
I felt like an invisible third friend, in on their plans, and enjoying the nonsense.
This is great fluff, very well done. and, okay, it's a tad dated, with landlines and VCRs, but that didn't really detract. Needless to say, but just saying, the premise of how the errant spouses are dealt with requires suspension of belief. There is a nice sex scene--nothing you haven't done.
I loved the huggable men, local color, southern gardens, chicken salad, crabbity mother-in-law, kids with attitudes, cocktails and wine. Enjoy!