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In love with them bothFrom St Tropez to Athens to Mykonos this powerful moving novel follows their devastating triangle of romance and desire through a world of sun drenched pleasure and Mediterrane. Makes you wish you were rich and sailing around the Greek Islands having drama with your hung gay lover

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One for the Gods

First there was Charlie and PeterTheir love affair broke a lot of conventions but it didn't break them all For Peter and Charlie are in love with each other and with Martha And Martha is passionately. Although I was a bit indifferent if not to say agitated by the overwrought information on sailing One for the Gods adeuately earned it s rightful place as the second installment for this overlooked underrated trilogy Gordon Merrick manages to take the reader on a voyage of human nature that is both savage and complex in it s raw emotion I was worried that along the way the plot would be lost on me with it s somewhat exhausted take on another man s Odyssey but it managed to divert itself from the mundane sexual tropes misadventures and reaffirm the layers of the relationship Peter and Charlie are trying to navigate despite the many obstacles obstructing their goal of living out their lives together in perfect imperfect balance

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An adventure Back in print after years of being unavailable to generations of Merrick fans comes the follow up to the national best seller The Lord Won't Mind The saga concludes with Forth Into Light. Reading Challenge 2017 book about travel Starting on the island of Saint Tropez Charlie and Peter travel in a sailboat with the Kingsley s a couple with issues of their own Sailing in the Aegean Sea stopping at various Greek islands until Charlie has a fit leaves the boat and buys a house on Hydra Island which ends their journey A storm at sea lusty bandits a drunk captain a possibly pregnant wife friendly islanders and a self realization make for an interesting tale This only makes me want to travel to Greece to visit as well The second book of the trilogy is a vehicle for the third in that it gives Peter and Charlie a reason to leave America behind and live on the Greek island


10 thoughts on “One for the Gods

  1. says:

    Gordon Merrick is the dirty fetishg loving Jackie Collins cousin to the highbrow works of Armistead Maupin Which means it is melodramatic filled with sex and two impossibly good looking leadsI loved itHonestly though the works of M

  2. says:

    The novels of Gorden Merrick are delicious trash full of glamour and explicit gay sex manna from heaven for one timid gay adolescent in the 1970s whose heart would pound in fear as he handed them over to check out clerk at B Dalton Booksellers in the local mall and would be up all night reading under the covers with a flashlight

  3. says:

    Although I was a bit indifferent if not to say agitated by the overwrought information on sailing One for the Gods adeuately earned it's rightful place as the second installment for this overlooked underrated tri

  4. says:

    Makes you wish you were rich and sailing around the Greek Islands having drama with your hung gay lover

  5. says:

    The saga of Peter and Charlie continues The war's over and they're on the French Rivierawearing next to nothingand going to parties where real Matisses and Picassos hang on the walls If only Peter would stay indoorsMore great scenes of sex and love with some pretty girls and great sailing thrown in This is the second book in the trilogy and I

  6. says:

    The seuel to The Lord Won't Mind catches up with Peter and Charlie in 1950 in the South of France and charts a turbulent few months in their relationship including an interesting yacht trip to the Greek islands I found the seuel much enjoyable than the first story maybe because the emotions felt real Although the dialogue still sounded odd and in my head they sounded like Bertie Wooster But written in 19701

  7. says:

    Another cheesy classic in the genre of over the top gay affairs with rich hung beautiful men Gosh what glorious trash

  8. says:

    Originally published in 1971 this is the first of two seuels to The Lord Won’t Mind Gordon Merrick’s ‘landmark’ novel about gay love an

  9. says:

    Reading Challenge 2017 book about travel Starting on the island of Saint Tropez Charlie and Peter travel in a sailboat with the Kingsley's a couple with issues of their own Sailing in the Aegean Sea stopping at various Greek islands until Charlie has a fit leaves the boat and buys a house on Hydra Island which ends their journey A

  10. says:

    I often wonder why it became necessary to tag people who prefer their own sex as gay happy faggots kindlings fairy mythical little creatures with wings ueer strange etc etcThere was a time when many of those words esp the above three meant something totally different and it saddened me greatly that I cannot use them any to mean their original meanings None of those words described a human personThe fact that I think this way in 2017 must m