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Drums of Autumn

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Sleeping under a crude lean-to, squashed into a soggy mass between a large, wet husband and an equally large, equally wet nephew, listening to rain thrump on the branches overhead while fending off the advances of a immense and thoroughly saturated dog, is slightly less so.
“Air,” I said, struggling feebly into a sitting position and brushing Rollo’s tail out of my face for the hundredth time. “I can’t breathe.” The smell of confined male animals was overpowering; a sort of musky, rancid smell,
...garnished with the scent of wet wool and fish.
I rolled onto my hands and knees and made my way out, trying not to step on anyone. Jamie grunted in his sleep, compensating for the loss of my body heat by curling himself neatly into a plaid-wrapped ball. Ian and Rollo were inextricably entangled in a mass of fur and cloth, their mingled exhalations forming a faint fog around them in the predawn chill.
It was chilly outside, but the air was fresh; so fresh I nearly coughed when I took a good lungful of it.


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Guest 4 years ago

Love this series so much!

Guest 5 years ago

Do you want to read spoiler????? >>>>>>

>Since book 3 I waited for Brianna and Jamie to finally meet and I wasn't disappointed when it finally happened. I'm very happy about the dynamics of their realtionship. I don't like it that for Brianna Frank Randall is some kind of hero and I even hate it more that Claire got his ring back. I was so happy when Bonnet took it from her and then she got it back in the end. BOOOOHHH! Not cool! I wish for this ring to finally disappear and Frank Randall can go with it. I hate this man. I hate him so much. He told Wakefield to set up a fake tombstone so Claire would think that James Fraser was dead. That was a no go. I hated him since he was unfaithful to Claire and wanted to take Brianna away from her but since this book I hate him even more. I hope that Claire will throw away this ring soon and Randally memory with it.
I don't know how I feel about Brianna pregnancy and the uncertainity about the fatherhood. I just hope that the soon will found out that the baby is Rogers. But I think that we'll see a lot more about Stephen Bonnet. I mean we need a new bad guy ;)

Guest 3 years ago

I love the books. This one was special. I saw the first episode on Stars and got the books and read them all twice. No way you could get all this in one session but, loved what you did get. Wonderful books,. She is a very good writer.

Guest 4 years ago

Frank could be a jerk but they had an extremely complex situation. Frank was a very good dad. Not his fault Claire could never love him after Jaime. He had to try to be happy. I think he deserved to be. He took care of Claire and Brianna, allowed her the freedom to become a doctor while taking care of Brianna. Really not ridiculous he finally wanted a woman who truly loved him. And once you read the entire series you'll see he was trying to protect Brianna by taking her with him.
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