Waiting on Wednesday – The Dangerous Art of Blending In

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine 


Seventeen-year-old Evan Panos doesn’t know where he fits in. His strict Greek mother refuses to see him as anything but a disappointment. His quiet, workaholic father is a staunch believer in avoiding any kind of conflict. And his best friend Henry has somehow become distractingly attractive over the summer.

Tired, isolated, scared—Evan’s only escape is drawing in an abandoned church that feels as lonely as he is. And, yes, he kissed one guy over the summer. But it’s his best friend Henry who’s now proving to be irresistible. It’s Henry who suddenly seems interested in being more than friends. And it’s Henry who makes him believe that he’s more than his mother’s harsh words and terrifying abuse. But as things with Henry heat up, and his mother’s abuse escalates, Evan has to decide how to find his voice in a world where he has survived so long by avoiding attention at all costs.



Dear gods baby gays K0XvD

Painting? Abusive parents? Finding yourself amidst negativity?


Are you as excited about all those LGBTQ+ stories? What do you guys think of the synopsis on this one? I’m excited to explore abusive parents more in YA because they’re a lot more common than we’d all like to admit.


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