Darrah Glass is a writer and generally inquisitive person who likes her fantasies to be as historically accurate as possible. She loves research, sex scenes, and researching sex scenes. She’s married and happily childless, does yoga, never cleans her house, likes shoes and toenail polish, and is vain about her hair. As far as her priorities are concerned, she’d rather write than do just about anything else, and she drives a 15-year-old car but carries really nice purses.
Henry Blackwell and Martin make an unwise decision at the Metropolitan Ball and pay for their mistake. Martin doesn’t agree with Henry’s solution and they find themselves at odds. Learning to forgive is part of loving someone; can they reconcile? This is the 4th and final book in the Ganymede Quartet.
On Valentine’s Day, Martin plans to tell Henry he loves him and hopes Henry feels the same. Martin was in love before with his friend Richard at Ganymede; he treasures those memories, but is glad he’s with Henry now. They share something special, a vital chemistry, and Martin hopes it will last forever. Told from Martin’s POV and takes place during Chapter 12 of A Willful Romantic (GQ Book 3).
Henry Blackwell is gathering the courage to tell his companion slave Martin that he loves him, and he hopes Martin will return the sentiment. But even having love returned isn’t enough. Henry wants acceptance and acknowledgment. He wants to find a place in the city where he can behave as he likes with the person he loves. This is book 3 of 4 in the Ganymede Quartet, Henry & Martin's story.
Henry Blackwell is the happiest he’s ever been thanks to his companion slave Martin, and he thinks he might be falling in love. As party season approaches, Henry doesn’t want to share Martin with his friends but doesn’t want to be left out. Will he stand up for himself—and Martin—when it counts? This is book 2 of 4 in the Ganymede Quartet, a continuation of Henry & Martin’s story.
If Henry chooses to share Martin with his friends, Martin resolves to do whatever is asked of him, but he desperately wants Henry all to himself. A good slave would never ask for a master’s fidelity, but that’s just what Martin wants to do. This story is told from Martin’s point of view and takes place concurrent to the events in the final scenes of A Proper Lover (Ganymede Quartet Book 2).
In August 1900, Henry Blackwell anticipates the purchase of his companion slave with both excitement and dread. There are limits to what a gentleman can do with his slave, and what Henry wants goes far beyond. Martin, a slave from House Ganymede, is the most beautiful young man Henry’s ever seen. If Henry knew Martin wanted the same things he does, he might dare to reveal his secrets.
A Superior Slave is a prequel introducing the books of the Ganymede Quartet, a fantasy of Gilded Age New York. Martin of House Ganymede is a fully-trained companion slave eager for a master, though of course he will have no say in who buys him. When he meets tall, handsome Henry Blackwell at auction, he’s found the one he wants, but does this shy master want him?