Sylvie Schiffer's 25-year Marriage to Bob, a Nice-enough BMW dealership owner, has devolved into the land of blandness and boredom. She has everything -- status, money, a beautiful house -- except what she really craves: romance. Marla, on the other hand, is young, sexy, and having a torrid affair with a wonderful, adventuresome, exciting man . . . none other than Sylvie's Bob. But despite the passion and flowers, what Marla really wants is to stop being second fiddle. She wants to be the one to whom Bob returns at night.
When Marla and Sylvie meet, both are stunned -- Marla is a perfect younger replica of Sylvie. Once the two get past their anger, a devilish plan dawns on them: Why not switch places? With a nip and a tuck for Sylvie, and a few extra pounds on Marla, would Bob even notice?
With a string of bestsellers, the off-the-charts success of the film adaptation of The First Wives Club, and the film rights to Switcheroo already optioned, Olivia Goldsmith is bigger, hotter, and more popular than ever. Now, in this eagerly anticipated new novel she outdoes herself, cooking up a hysterically funny tale of two women who hatch an ingenious scheme that is just outrageous enough to be believed.