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This book is incredibly long. What was your favorite aspect of this book?

La straniera. Outlander

Not the food, not the weird underwear, nothing. Which is pretty much immediately. There’s the two of us now. This is the only reason that I can’t give this five stars Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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Well, she does have one response: And some parts of it were very exciting to read with lots of good drama. I will allow though for the fact that Jamie apologized for the first incident and admitted equality after the second. I’m so mad right now. I just want them to be together and t I figured I would love the book since I loved the first two seasons of the show. The intimacy level of these two characters is something I rarely see in a novel, and most of it has little or nothing to do with sexual interludes.


What is right and wrong here?

Also, I might like to add that there is a red hot poker waiting on Captain Jack Randall. Because this brave woman has achieved what I never thought could be done: Jul 17, Aestas Book Blog rated it it was amazing Shelves: So I stranirea again I did not know anything about the show nor book before then. What do you think of Jamie Fraser?

Well, I think this might convert you, if you don’t enjoy romance. We took each other then, in a savage, urgent silence, thrusting fiercely and finishing within moments. After like 3 minutes after I started watching the first episode,I was totally hung up to the show and watched all aired episodes on one night. Men were men gabaldob women were to know their place. Why even put that in there?

First I am going to mention a list of things I liked and didn’t in this book. Pick it up and don’t be scared of the pages. If stranierw marital love life has been a bit blah lately, why not get attacked and then kill the guy?

He came off as almost a caricature. Everyone’s tastes are different. And also the part with Jenny playing with her breast,spilling the milk out,I didn’t was to know that nipple trick,and it was awkward also.

I suppose I can say that as a whole I liked it “okay”. Can anyone that read both weigh in? Outlander by Diana Gabaldon, laa, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Outlander is a time travel romance fantasy novel. It’ll spice things right up!


The part for everyone: Of course then we start getting to the part with Jamie and Randall. Jamie just wants peace, a home, his wife, and a good life. Yes, people beat each other a lot back in those days, sometimes for very good reasons i. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I am just livid. Yes, “Sassenach” is derogatory. View all 9 comments. She adapts amazingly well to a new time and place, much better than most people ever would ganaldon faced with the dilemma she stranirra.

This doesn’t even count all the floggings and talk about floggings.

Claire Randall, a former combat nurse, is just back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second honeymoon when she walks through a atraniera stone in one of the ancient circles that dot the British Isles. His singleminded foxhunt of Jamie is confusing at first and later, every time his name is mentioned, I literally became filled with rage.

Mine, whether ye will it or no. What will she change by going back and messing around with her ancestors, or more so her husband’s ancestors? He’s the epitome of good. You can’t imagine what a life he had,and he’s still standing.