A Collar and Tie (Ganymede Quartet #4)



A Collar And Tie Are Than Just Clothes To Henry Blackwell, They Represent Freedom And Choice They Don T Mean As Much To Martin, But He Wears Them To The Metropolitan Ball, An Exhilarating Rite Of Passage For Masters And Slaves Alike At The Party, Drunk On Champagne, Henry Convinces Martin To Act Against His Better Judgment With Devastating Results Fearing Martin Will Be Taken From Him, Henry Does What He Believes Necessary To Keep Martin By His Side, But Martin Doesn T Agree With His Methods, And They Re At Odds When They Most Need To Act In Concert Henry Feels He S Been Wronged, But Can He Find It In His Heart To Forgive Martin Perhaps Importantly, Does He Deserve Forgiveness Himself This Is The Fourth And Final Installment In The Ganymede Quartet, Continuing The Story From A Willful Romantic Ganymede Quartet Book 3.A Collar and Tie (Ganymede Quartet #4)

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  • 522 pages
  • A Collar and Tie (Ganymede Quartet #4)
  • Darrah Glass
  • English
  • 13 September 2018

10 thoughts on “A Collar and Tie (Ganymede Quartet #4)

  1. says:

    Upon finishing this book I immediately thought about where it all began, how far they ve come and what the future holds for Henry and Martin then I felt bereft.I m not ready to let them go wails They re only 17 They ve got a whole life in front of them and I want to sit side saddle for their adventures, see Henry grow into himself and run his own...

  2. says:

    Anyone who knows me, knows that this is one of my all time favorite series everrrrrr I loved this final installment and appreciated the culmination of their difficulties and romance I loved Cora I loved all of Henry s friends I loved Jesse I loved that Henry remained willfully romantic and that he was a dummy I loved Martin for being smart, loving, and a better person than anyone could expect, basically I loved Father and Mother and the ball parties and Nurse and Baby Ann D I loved that Anyone who knows me, knows that this is one of my all time favorite series everrrrrr I loved this final installment and appreciated the culmination of their difficulties and romance I loved Cora I loved all of Henry s friends I loved Jesse I loved that Henry remained willfully roman...

  3. says:

    This is the FINAL book sighs from the loss of the Ganymede Quartet, and the books need to be read in order.I have faithfully followed this series, loving every second of Henry s angst and Martin s solicitousness The books are set in an alternate historical period, NYC circa 1901, but in this world slaves are still present, and Companion slaves are purchased by wealthy families for the personal use of their teenaged children Martin is a Companion from the House of Ganymede who was purchased This is the FINAL book sighs from the loss of the Ganymede Quartet, and the books need to be read in order.I have faithfully followed this series, loving every second of Henry s angst and Martin s solicitousness The books are set in an alternate historical period, NYC circa 1901, but in this world slaves are still present, and Companion slaves are purchased by wealthy families for the personal use of their teenaged children Martin is a Companion from the House of Ganymede who was purchased for Henry Blackwell, scion of the industrialist Hiram Blackwell, seven months ago Henry s darkest secret is that he loves Martin, even though it is unnatural and unacceptable gentlemanly behavior Henry is a romantic fool, wishing that he could change the world so that his love for Martin could be shared with any, and ...

  4. says:

    Oh this series its just wonderful, ahhh dreamy sigh There is going to be plenty of babbling in this review, so just know that this book was sweet, sexy, heart wrenching and frustrating and if you haven t read this series I d urge you to give it a go.I think what I love most about this series is the depth of the characters Every character is realistic, there are no straight up bad guys and no straight up good guys except Martin just people with good and bad points Take Hiriam for examp Oh this series its just wonderful, ahhh dreamy sigh There is going to be plenty of babbling in this review, so just know that this book was sweet, sexy, heart wrenching and frustrating and if you haven t read this series I d urge you to give it a go.I think what I love most about this series is the depth of the characters Every character is realistic, there are no straight up bad guys and no straight up good guys except Martin just people with good and bad points Take Hiriam for example, he s cold and distant with Henry, has no patience for his family or things going wrong but in this book he was generous, thoughtful and just a tad affe...

  5. says:

    Utter delight and rapture wrapped in a perfect package of books The Ganymede Quartet In his vast ignorance, he had believed love would be an easy thing.It wasn t easy, but it was worthwhile It was vital and joyous and necessary THIS is my favourite series of books from anything I have ever read If I was able to take one set of desert island books, it would be the Ganymede Quartet I could read them again and again and each time delight in something new.The writing is exquisite and spellbin Utter delight and rapture wrapped in a perfect package of books The Ganymede Quartet In his vast ignorance, he had believed love would be an easy thing.It wasn t easy, but it was worthwhile It was vital and joyous and necessary THIS is my favourite series of books from anything I have ever read If I was able to take one set of desert island books, it would be the Ganymede Quartet I could read them again and again and each time delight in something new.The writing is exquisite and spellbinding, clearly the author has a love of language and an eye for details, the story sweeps me into the rich and sensuous world of Henry Blackwell, heir to a great fortune, and depicts his growing relationship with...

  6. says:

    Alas, the intriguing love story of Henry and Martin comes to an end Well, there is still Martin s novella 4.5 in the series to read, but that takes place during the time period covered in this one.In the first three books, Henry went from suppressing his homosexuality to outing himself to his companion slave Martin, from falling for Martin to expressing his feelings, and finally being proper lovers behind closed doors Throughout the series Henry longed to love Martin out in the open as free Alas, the intriguing ...

  7. says:

    Henry Henry, Henry, Henry, HENRY WHAT ARE YOU DOING deep breaths Sorry I had to get that out This is my favorite series, and upon finishing it I have to ask myself What am I going to do with my life now I love all of the characters in this series, and the entire world that they live in The world is remarkably well fleshed out, and is is very easy to accept But anyway, back to the book itself This book is very active, and very, very eventful I don t want to spoil to Henry Henry, Henry, Henry, HENRY WHAT ARE YOU DOING deep breaths Sorry I had to get that out This is my favorite series, and upon fi...

  8. says:

    four points for Henry being a little shit with a proper review to follow in a few days after a reread because I am still mad at Henry.

  9. says:

    I will review both A Collar and Tie and A Free Choice as one book because the events overlap The latter is narrated by Martin the slave while the former is narrated by Henry the master Free Choice fills in the gaps of A Collar and Tie between the last chapter and the epilogue.I am sad that this series is ending, because I can see it going much further I love all of these characters.What I don t like are the long passages where they are reading another book To me this does not move the I will review both A Collar and Tie and A Free Choice as one book because the events overlap The latter is narrated by Martin the slave while the former is narrated by Henry the master Free Choice fills in the gaps of A Collar and Tie between the last chapter and the epilogue.I am sad that this series is ending, because I can see it going much further I love all of these characters.What I don t like are the long passages where they are reading another book To me this does not move the action forward at all, and I skimmed until I saw one or the other making remarks.Also di...

  10. says:

    More Henry MartinThis is one of my favorite series Being back in their world is like meeting up with dear old friend It s comfortable and brings an easy smile to my face This one did bring a few hurt feelings, but their was a resolution PleaseHenry and Martin

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