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Illness in Jerna's family has put his relationship with Ria under massive strain, but just as he hopes to rebuild things, school bullying threatens both his older daughter's happiness and his precious time with his lover. Ria struggles to understand the needs of a father and his children, but when Ria's former lover, Orlan Gomici, turns up, his mischief making puts Ria's relationship with Jerna under even more stress.

Annoyance turns to anxiety when Orlan is suspected of multiple murders, and his newest lover - Sila - comes under attack too. Jerna, Ria and Sila must put personal needs aside and work together to clear Orlan's name and stop more women being killed.

This work is a sequel to "Games & Consequences", and is the third and final book of the "Remastering Jerna" series.
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  • Maggie Simms

    While reading 'Remasting Jerna' was a delectable vintage wine feast, this book just felt like a giant hangover. I guess THIS is what HEA looks like when you are the mistress to a married man who is a ...

  • Emma Sea

    Oh, sad :-( I was so excited to get this book, but I didn't even like it very much (actually if I'd read book 2 before I ordered this I probably wouldn't have bothered). Jerna is out of prison, but I ...

  • Stephanie

    I really enjoyed this book, just as I always do Ann's writing. I can understand some of the other reviewers disappointment on it not being like Remastering Jerna, but that didn't bother me at all. I e...

  • Michael Joseph

    This third book in the Remastering Jerna series doesn't quite live up to the first two, but it is still a pretty good mystery, despite a few flaws.The full review can be found at my blog....

  • Page Crusherz

    Maybe it was reading it too soon but I had to finish. Same as the last, I felt compelled to read the series, but I didn't enjoy it. Again, not because of the writing, but I didn't care for all of the ...

  • Liz

    Ok readIf you’re looking for a sequel to Remastering Jerna that explores further that world and culture this isn’t it. This is more like a crime mystery set in Jerna’s world with many of the sam...

  • Jennifer

    Slash Readers : Alright, so my first though upon seeing the cover more closely is that I don't think the cover goes at all with the book. The knife doesn't appear until the very last couple chapters o...

  • Isabel

    got mixed feelings about this trilogy. It starts with the life of a submissive that gave up his BDSM life in favour of the woman he loves and later his children. All based in a fictitious world with a...

  • Tamela

    This was a little harder to read because Jerna and Ria were having problems. Jerna's home life was causing him to have to spend more time at home with his girls. His youngest was recovering from cance...

  • Sam

    It was not for me, but don't let that stop you.I liked Remastering Jerna (1) a lot, so I guess I got dissapointed at the series continued; I just don't like Police dramas, so it just failed to convinc...