Mrs. Doubtfire II: Like Father Like Son

Did you love the movie Mrs. Doubtfire? I did! So, being an author, I decided to write my own Mrs. Doubtfite sequel. Check it out:

How far would an ordinary kid go to spend more time with the girl of his dreams? Well, Chris Hillard is no ordinary kid, so when his love turns him down to the Homecoming dance, he convinces his dad, the original master of pranks, Mrs. Doubtfire, to “make him into a girl.” With the perfect wig, a mask, and an inexplicable British accent, Chris joins the girls’ soccer team, becoming Kristen the new athletic girl from England. Free to be one of the girls, the disguised Chris becomes best friends with the girl of his dreams, going on an adventure in love of a lifetime.

Outrageous, hilarious, and pleasantly childlike, this story brings to life the 1993 box office hit, Mrs. Doubtfire, in an unexpected and implausible way to be enjoyed by readers both young and old.

Coming to a theatre (kindle) near you!

 

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George Shetuni

I am an author of fiction, essays, and poetry. I also enjoy blogging. In my blog, I write about self help, motivation, and literature.

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