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Review - Games & Consequences

Posted in Book Reviews on Apr 16, 2012

Games & Consequences

Volume 2 of Remastering Jerna

Games & Consequences picks up the story of Remastering Jerna. It's a couple years later, and Jerna is happy in his life, with its somewhat unusual domestic arrangements. He spends four days a week as a manager at the exclusive Winds of Paradise hotel and bordello, while those nights are spent with Ria, the highly placed police inspector who helped set him free from his wrongful conviction in the first book. Ria gives Jerna the domination and pain he needs, as well as love. His weekends are spent with his very understanding wife and two children.

Jerna's job at the hotel means he occasionally has to deal with some unpleasant situations and customers. In the opening sequence, titled "Games", we're treated to a scene where one of the hotel's women sex workers, Mawe, is unwittingly used in a plot by a man named Darr to punish his assistant and lover Pavine. Darr is a powerful government minister who abuses Pavine regularly. When Jerna learns what happened to Mawe, he asks Ria to have a word with Darr to inform him he's not welcome in the hotel. This infuriates Darr, who takes it out on Pavine. Fortunately, fearing for his life, the young man has the sense to run away.


Review - Aquamarine

Posted in Book Reviews on Apr 06, 2012


Russell Grant is a scientist, a geneticist in fact, and the son of a geneticist who helped create the 'Aquarians', a new human subspecies able to live in the water, almost like a fish. That's important because the polar ice caps have melted and the world is almost completely covered in water.

Russell's lover of many More

Review - Frost Fair

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 29, 2012

Frost Fair

Gideon Frost is a man skating on thin ice, almost literally. The young printer is barely keeping his business together, and his creditors are circling outside his door. He's only just getting by, and when the need arises he's not above selling his body for a few shillings to make ends meet. His one More

Review - The Rise and Fall of the Sacred Band of Thebes

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 24, 2012

The Rise and Fall of the Sacred Band of Thebes opens on that fateful day on the plain of Chaeronea, when Philip and his golden son wipe out almost all of the Sacred Band. Almost all, for although badly wounded, Nikanoras still lives, much to his shame. Alexander finds him and More

Review - All the Gear, No Idea

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 16, 2012

All the Gear, No Idea

Theo is a young man looking for a little fantasy fulfillment on Valentines Day. He's had dreams about the BDSM scene, but this is the first time he's entered the club to act on them. He has all the gear, and no idea More

Review - By His Rules

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 15, 2012

Aiden is a 23 year-old aspiring actor. He wants to continue his studies, but for now he's taking some time to explore his submissive side. He's played with a lot of tops and doms, but most of them were just into the role, the experiences didn't seem More

Review - Alike As Two Bees

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 10, 2012

Anatolios and Philon are young apprentice sculptors in Classical Greece. Anatolios is a precocious boy of just 13 years. Philon is much older, around 20, and More

Review - Eromenos

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 05, 2012

The story of Hadiran and Antinous has provided great fodder for gay historical romance. After all, there are few male historical figures that we know had sexual relationships. Even Alexander and Hephastion may have enjoyed a purely platonic affair. But that Antinous was Hadrian's sexual partner there can be little doubt. The many memorials left by Hadrian to Antinous seems to suggest there More

Review - Time To Make the Donuts

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 02, 2012

Time To Make the Donuts

Chris is a relatively happy man. He owns the most popular donut shop in Chicago's boy's town, which he inherited from his uncle. He's out and proud, and has a group of employees that are loyal friends. The only thing missing in his life is a More

Review - In the Red

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 01, 2012

Brian Foster is a broken man, scared and alone. He was one of the FBI's top forensic accountants, able to see patterns in money movement that nobody else could and taking down some of the most dangerous terrorists in the process. But a year ago he was abducted, brutalized to find More

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