Games & Consequences (Remastering Jerna #2)

Adult Erotica
Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Playing games with other people's lives is a thrill. But then you have to pay the consequences.

That's what Jerna discovers when he's caught up in a dangerous plot and charged with murder. He'll need all Ria's brains and bravery, and the help of a honest but disillusioned cop, to escape the terrible trap ensnaring him.

'Games & Consequences' is a sequel to 'Remastering Jerna' More
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Reviews of Games & Consequences (Remastering Jerna #2) by Ann Somerville

Michael Joseph reviewed on April 14, 2012

Games & Consequences is essentially a mystery, largely told by Ria. While the reasons and people behind the frame-up are a little more obvious to the reader than they are to Ria and Sila, the police investigator on the case, there’s still enough of a mystery here to keep you reading. Even once Ria figures out that Darr is behind the plot, he still has to prove it. Along the way, as his private life gets exposed, he has to try and convince people that the BDSM sex he enjoys with Jerna is not the same as the abusive relationship that Darr had with Pavine.

While it is a good read, this sequel isn’t quite as good as the first book. It didn’t really tug at me emotionally the way Remastering Jerna. A big part of that is probably that you just know that Ria is going to work it out eventually and rescue Jerna, who isn’t quite as isolated this time, like he was in the first book. Still, it is a very good mystery, so I’m giving it four stars out of five.
(reviewed 35 days after purchase)
C S McClellan reviewed on Aug. 6, 2010

Games & Consequences is the sequal to Remastering Jerna. As usual with Ann Somerville's books, it's well-written and an engaging read. For anyone who loved Remastering Jerna, it may be a bit of a disappointment, since it's Ria rather than Jerna who's the central character this time. This time around, Jerna is so thoroughly a victim of circumstances and without the resources to fight against them, that it's much harder to relate to him than it was with the previous book.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
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