I met Jamie Fraser when I was 19 years old. He was tall, redheaded, and, at our first meeting at least, a virgin. I fell in love hard, fast, and completely. He knew how to ride a horse, wield a sword, and stitch a wound. He was, in fact, the perfect man.
That he was fictional hardly entered into it.
At 29 Emma Sheridan's life is a disaster, and she's tired of waiting for the perfect boyfriend to step from the pages of her favorite book. There's only one place to look, and it means selling everything and leaving her world behind. With the aid of an unexpected collection of allies, can Emma face down a naked fishmonger, a randy gnome, a perfidious thief, and even her own abdominal muscles on the journey to find her Fraser?
Contains mature themes.
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- MISS SARAH MYLES
A fine wee story
It's fine, worth listening to if you understand the Outlander fandom. However I felt the main character spent too long zinging about in America before getting to Scotland. The number of references to the main character not having enough money got tiresome. Fair enough to run out half way through and after being robbed but she is bleeting about cash the whole way thru'.
I guard my credits jealously so no, but I would READ another. However, I stuck with it,which is a compliment given the woeful narration.
Where do I begin.....The narrator's American accent is fine. The British accents are just a jumbled mess, with Northern English errupting in the middle of Scottish speech. There are sounds I have never heard British people emit. I had to to just tune it out and listen to the story. (I am Scottish living in England so I do know how it should have sounded)
Possibly, as films set in Scotland tend to have a quirky charm.
- adrian E Shaw