Well, at least the Lannisters seemed to be as well off as they were back home. That was enough to comfort Cersei somewhat. She wasn't a woman who was made to come from little or no means. She was used to spending a lot of gold. Cersei couldn't even imagine a life without that comfort; the comfort of gold to back her up at every turn.
"You are right," she replied. "I would do good anywhere, but must we stay here? Is there not a way to go back home? I do no wish to learn an entirely new game if I don't have to," but even Cersei had to admit that the idea of a new game was enticing. It was possible that the rules would allow her to be with Jaime and that? Well, that would be worth leaving that world behind.... as long as she could find power here as well.
Cersei unlaced her fingers from Jaime's and put her arm through his instead. It felt more natural that way, closer. She felt so desperate for Jaime at that moment. He was the only person who could make all of this better and she didn't want to leave his side. "Speak then, if you would. Or are there spiders here also who have ears to hear our secrets?" It was obvious Cersei was eager to learn what she would from her brother.
"I would have missed him too, both of you, if I had known you were gone."