The QuirkSometimes feelings that you think you shouldn’t have are more than just a quirk
Rod has thrown himself into the life of the bohemian Parisian painter. His output as an artist flows readily from his brush as he breezes through brief dalliances with women on the Left Bank, seeking pleasure and satisfaction before anything else.
Rod has his youth, his money, his art, and an active sex life—everything he could want. At least, he thinks so. Until he meets an attractive male model who will forever change him and the way he thinks about love. At first, Rod assumes their trysts are simply a quirk, a twist on the rendezvous he has had with girls throughout his time in Paris. However, as they spend more and more time together, Rod realizes that this feeling isn’t a quirk: It’s who he truly is.
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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.