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Remastering Jerna (Remastering Jerna, #1)

Remastering Jerna (Remastering Jerna, #1) - Ann Somerville This was a story that had me somewhat bothered. I just hate when a lie ruins someones life. And that's what happened to Jerna. And so because of his strong faith in his Goddess he took prison then rat out others involved with said lie.Enduring a year of rape, starvation, humiliation, torture, and attempted murders to his body he is finally on the verge of suicide. When he takes a job working at a brothel as a whore, and this changes his life. For the worst/better.I won't say too much, but I will say that I learned a LOT about the BDSM lifestyle from this book. It was very descriptive and I even was able to understand the MIND of doms and subs in the culture. My ONLY negative critique is that I found it too long, and found myself getting bored and skipping pages near the end. That's the only reason I didn't give it a 5 star. I would recommend this book.