Waiting on Wednesday: Cut Both Ways

Posted April 22, 2015 by shooting in Uncategorized / 17 Comments

Waiting on Wednesday was created by Breaking the Spine

Cut Both Ways by Carrie Mesrobian

Out: September 1, 2015

Official Summary: Will Caynes never has
been good with girls. At seventeen, he’s still waiting for his first
kiss. He’s certainly not expecting it to happen in a drunken make-out
session with his best friend, Angus. But it does and now Will’s
conflicted—he knows he likes girls, but he didn’t exactly hate kissing a

Then Will meets Brandy, a cute and easy-to-talk-to
sophomore. He’s totally into her too—which proves, for sure, that he’s
not gay. So why does he keep hooking up with Angus on the sly?

knows he can’t keep seeing both of them, but besides his new job in a
diner, being with Brandy and Angus are the best parts of his whole
messed-up life. His divorced parents just complicate everything. His
father, after many half-baked business ventures and endless house
renovations, has started drinking again. And his mom is no help—unless
loading him up with a bunch of stuff he doesn’t need plus sticking him
with his twin half-sisters counts as parenting. He’s been bouncing
between both of them for years, and neither one feels like home.

Deciding who to love, who to choose, where to live. Whichever way Will goes, someone will get hurt. Himself, probably the most.

Why I Want to Read: I think this sounds like a really interesting, emotional read. I’m curious what Will ultimately decides will make him happy. Plus, like I’ve mentioned before, I like LGBT novels or books that have LGBT characters and this sounds like a good one!

17 responses to “Waiting on Wednesday: Cut Both Ways

  1. This is a great pick, Lauren! And I think that the fact that Angus doesn't even contemplate that he could be bi is interesting – it's as if that's somehow even more 'different' than being gay is.
    I'm adding this to my TBR 😉
    Happy reading.

    Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

  2. LGBT isn't a genre I enjoy. Actually, love triangles and romance are 2 things I tend to dislike in books, as well, so this doesn't sound like something I'd pick up. :/


  3. Interesting… I haven't actually read much LBGT books – in fact, I haven't actually read ANY aside from TMI, which I haven't made it to the Malec stage yet. I'm actually interested in looking at this one maybe.

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