This is a funny, light read. Kept me laughing throughout the book. Finished it in one day. MB's best friend Katherine will keep you entertained. I didn't like the attitude of her daughter Erin, but other than that, it was a good read. Definitely would recommend picking it up if you like witty romances.
Mary Kay Andrews just writes the best southern fluff fiction around. Her books are entertaining and quick and a wonderful diversion. Like eating a piece of divinity fudge. Technically she is an excellent writer with great descriptions, builds good characters and keeps the plot zipping along. Her settings, in the deep south, are just great and she really has it down pat.
'Little Bitty Lies' is a fun book and a great read. Nothing too heavy but just plain enjoyable. I look forward to all her books.
True to Mary Kay Andrews, this book was a very entertaining read. It wasn't, however, as hilarious as some of her other books. If you're looking for an uproariously funny novel from Mary Kay Andrews, try Hissy Fit, or Savannah Breeze. I thought both of those were much, much better!
A comic Southern novel not only about one woman's lifelong quest for home but also about all the important things in life: marriage and divorce, mothers and daughters, friendship and betrayal, small-town secrets - and the perfect recipe for chicken salad.
Cute, humorous story. Mary Bliss McGowan starts counting the number of divorces in her neighborhood, not knowing that her own marriage has hit the skids. Stunned and humiliated she concocts a less embarassing story - her husband, Parker, didn't leave her - he's just simply DEAD!
Little Bitty Lies tells about the important things in a Southern woman's life, marriage, love, divorce, mothers and daughters, and a great recipe for chicken salad!