There are then two linked stories set after Season 2, "The Wrong Hands" by none other than long-ago Who script editor Andrew Cartmel, an excellent creepy tale about an evil alien baby, and "Virus" by James Moran, where the baby's father turns up and which I'm afraid I found by some way the weakest in the book.
And we finish with the title story, "Consequences" by Joe Lidster, which brings up front the experiences of a woman who has been a briefly glimpsed background character in several of the previous Torchwood novels, and how her life has been turned into a story written by someone else. I thought it was rather clever.
That takes me to the end of the original run of fifteen Torchwood books, though there are another three out there. I have been in general very impressed. These are grown-up stories written for grown-up readers, and I note that they are as popular on LibraryThing as are the most popular of the Doctor Who ranges. Presumably they will now start turning up second-hand with greater frequency; well worth grabbing any of them that you see (with the exception of Sarah Pinborough's Into The Silence whose ending disgusted me). It's a shame that tie-in fiction doesn't get a lot of wider attention; these books are in general a lot better than some I have read from award shortlists in recent years.