I didn't purposely write any comments after reading Remastering Jerna. I wanted to think about it, mull over it, decide why I liked it and why it moved me. It was captivating. I was almost nervous to start reading this book, but I am glad I did. A very gentle soul experiences lies, betrayal, brutality - and loses everything - his job, his wife, his kids, his home - and is put into what was a harsh and barbaric prison system - and still I was captivated. The D/s relationship that evolves and the new family and supportive friends that Jerna makes kept me reading without peaking at the end - because I didn't want to get to the end. I couldn't have done what Jerna did in the first place. Yeah, I liked it. Very much. Even if I did cry.