Going Both Ways

Going Both Ways

by Phil Fragasso

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Overview

After a prolonged rant about how easy women have it, Patrick awakens as a woman (Trish). But rather than staying a woman, he's male one day and female the next. The male and female characters share a single mindset – so Patrick is always in Trish's head and vice versa.

As much as Patrick tries to keep his situation private, he eventually becomes a worldwide sensation sought after by luminaries as diverse as the Pope and Hugh Hefner. While attending a party, Patrick meets a rap superstar named Gi-Slam. Their connection is immediate and powerful.

Gi-Slam's onstage biker-bitch character contrasts with her genuine girl-next-door persona (Gigi). Gigi is bi-sexual and she has a relationship with both Trish and Patrick. As the relationship with Gigi deepens, Trish takes her leave and Patrick experiences true love for the first time.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157740290
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 03/18/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 276
File size: 285 KB

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Going Both Ways 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
AliTheDragonSlayer More than 1 year ago
This is a bizarre book, the whole concept intrigued me and the first chapter drew me in immediately. Then I spent my time either laughing, shaking my head in despair or screaming at Patrick aka Trish. Following a conversation with his sister who begged for him to understand the mind of a woman Patrick awakes as a female. The way the author gets into the mindsets of both male and female is very entertaining as they alternate. Patrick is such an arrogant, sexist, selfish jerk but can he soften as Trish .. the exploration of sexual relationships plays a very large part in this book as we delve into the thought processes. It is an awakening and once Gigi arrives it becomes intense. A book that held my interest but possibly left me more confused by the end than I was at the beginning. Certainly worth a look but won’t be to everybody’s taste. Thanks to the author and Pump Up Your Books for the ARC in exchange for my honest review.