Tahnee Madison’s life is not perfect.
She has a malicious sister whose repertoire includes stealing
her fiancé, harping on her generously endowed figure and
constantly putting her down. A little spat led to a little
white lie about a beau who is hopelessly and passionately in
love with her. Though not the work of a fairy godmother,
Tahnee’s wish comes true in the form of Jake Hutton.
Overhearing a conversation earlier in the day, Jake Hutton
showed up as Tahnee’s mysterious beau. At the pre-wedding
dinner, drama unfolds as Topaz, Tahnee‘s sister, does her best
to sink her claws into Jake even though she is engaged.
Though Tahnee and Jake’s relationship started off as a lie,
there is passion, intensity and chemistry. Can their little
white lie survive the weekend?
I loved A Little White
Lie because it identified with the little people.
Whether it’s catching the bus, sibling rivalry to weight
conscious issues, these are every day things normal people
struggle with and I totally identified with the story. It was
like drinking a cold beer on a hot day, it does not satiate
you, but leaves you wanting more. I still wanted more but
alas, it came to an end.