Now Let's Talk About MusicOn a steamy trip to Bangkok, anything can happen, and a man can be whoever he wants to be
In order to get away from a stream of meaningless flings, Gerry heads to the Far East, down to the sweltering shores of Bangkok, to get some time for himself. He’s searching for a love that is truly real—one that will last. When he receives a cordial invitation written on heavily crested stationery, he is thrust into a passionate journey from which there will be no recovery.
The sender of the invitation is international playboy and gossip-paper fixture Ernst von Hallers. Born to a family of incredibly rich industrialists, Ernst cuts a truly dashing figure. Traveling the world on his boat, with a collection of attractive young men at his call, Ernst represents everything Gerry is not, while acting the part of someone Gerry wishes he could be. When Ernst brings Gerry into his life, both men must look within themselves and each other to truly see what pleasure and love are.
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About the author
Gordon Merrick (1916-1988) was an actor, television writer, and journalist. Merrick was one of the first authors to write about gay themes for a mass audience. He wrote fourteen books, including the beloved Peter & Charlie Trilogy. The Lord Won't Mind spent four months on the New York Times bestseller list in 1970. Merrick's posthumously published novel The Good Life, coauthored with his partner, Charles G. Hulse, was a bestseller as well. Merrick died in Sri Lanka.