As you very well may know, I’m a movie nut and I just love love love any thing that has to do with movies, movie making, movie watching and re-watching.
Currently my favorite site right now is Firstshowing.net.
It was the first time I ever believed in love at first site. Literally.
It took me two seconds to feel all warm and cozy looking at the site to know that my heart had opened up and accepted this bad boy into. I love Firstshowing.net and I’m not afraid to say it to anyone.
Today I was going through my email and my love sent me one. I get all tingly when I see them in my list of emails and I’m prone to even skip over my royalty emails to take a look to see what my love sent me.
Today, in popped about this movie called The Switch. I’m always a fan of Bateman and Aniston ,so I knew I needed to watch it.
An unmarried woman turns to a turkey baster in order to become pregnant. Years later, she reunites with her best friend, who has been living with a secret: he replaced her preferred sperm sample with his own.
Watch the official trailer for Josh Gordon and Will Speck’s The Switch:
What caught my eye about this whole thing was not just the stars in it, but the fact that they choose to use a turkey baster.
Of course, that immediately made me think of His substitute wife. . . my sister.
So since I’m thinking about it and if you’d like to check it out, here’s the synopsis and the first three chapters break downs. At lot of the fans already knows this was a 2008 live story.
Life has never been worth living for Charisse before her father died. After three attempts to kill herself were unsuccessful, she makes a deal for release from hell on earth, with one of the people who made her life what it was.
It wasn’t until Chyna finds out that her husband, Parker Mills was having an affair with her twin sister, Cheyenne, that she realizes she’s losing the best thing she’s ever had. Feeling the ultimate betrayal by her own sibling, Chyna knows she has to whatever it takes to keep her husband and give him what he longs for – a baby. Knowing that she’s unable to have children and Cheyenne is afflicted with the same condition, she decides to go to the only person that can help her save her marriage – her younger sister, Charisse.
In the end, one sister will die, another will lose everything and one will get everything that she wants.
If you’d like to buy this book, it’s still unedited, but you can purchase the e-book at: