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July 12 2016 @ 12:50 pm
DP: Dragonfly in Amber (213) Finale  
Dragonfly in Amber begins in 1968 at the wake of Rev. Reginald Wakefield. Roger is watching the Avengers with a group of children in a daze when Fiona comes and tells him he should really get back to his guests. Roger goes out and toasts his “father” [Rev. Wakefield was his Great Uncle but his adoptive father after the death of Roger’s parents].

Roger sees a red haired girl and goes looking for her. Getting distracted by those paying their respect he thinks he’s missed her when she finds him, asking if he’s Roger Wakefield. An older Claire appears reminiscing about how young Roger was the last time she saw him and him meeting her daughter but Roger says he’s not had the pleasure (boys got it so bad). Bree introduces herself. Then Claire explains she’s an old friend of his father’s and that her husband was also. Roger finally realizes Claire is Frank Randall’s wife. He mentions her being a nurse and she tells him she’s now a doctor but Brianna comments her mother is being modest because she’s actually a surgeon. Claire asks after Mrs. Graham and we learn she died a few years back. (So is that three deaths in the 1960s? Frank, Rev. Wakefield and Mrs. Graham.)

Claire goes to look around and remember her time at the Manse while Roger asks Brianna if it is her first time in Scotland. Brianna has always been interested in Scotland but they don’t have time to take in the sites which Roger thinks is a shame as it is a “beautiful, wild country.” Fiona appears and drags Roger off to say goodbye to his guests.

[Spoiler (click to open)]Claire looks around and realizes the ghosts of her past are coming back. Claire and Brianna are about to leave when Roger offers to put them up at the Manse, saying there is plenty of room. Brianna agrees because she’d like to see some of the sites (and I think more of Roger) as she’s heard it’s a “beautiful, wild country.” (Roger seems so delighted she quoted him.)

That night, Claire is in the sitting room drinking whisky when Roger comes in and she tells him she helped herself to a dram because she couldn’t sleep. Clearly Roger is having the same problem. He can’t part with his father’s things and there is an extensive collection on the Battle of Culloden that the College in Inverness wants him to donate. Roger’s ancestors fought and died there and his true name is Roger MacKenzie. Claire says she knew quite a few MacKenzie’s but Roger says it is a common name.

Roger then goes on to ask her how she said goodbye to the person she loved the most. He means Frank for her but himself is talking about his father. Claire says that is the problem. She says you want to say goodbye but the problem is they are gone and they’d want you to go on.

Upstairs Claire looks at a sleeping Brianna and marvels at how much she’s like Jamie.

In 1746, Jamie walks with Prince Charles and tries to convince him they aren’t ready for battle and should the engage they will be destroyed. Charles calls Jamie his Doubting Thomas. Charles is sure today is the day but Jamie knows better. Jamie tells Claire it is a blessing Colum didn’t live to see this day and Murtagh tells Jamie Cumberland is marching toward them. They are only hours away from the fateful battle.

Claire believes there is still one thing they can do but she doesn’t want to discuss it in the open.

Back in 1968, Brianna and Roger off on a site seeing trip. They go to Fort William, where Roger gives her the history of the place. Brianna’s specialty isn’t military history though it was Franks and Brianna remembers dropping an ice cream cone of the ramparts of Ticonderoga while Frank talked about Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys. Roger mistakenly thinks Ethan Allen was the one who said, “I regret that I have but one life to give for me country,” but Brianna informs him that is Nathan Hale which is a common mistake. Never quote American History to an American.

Brianna tells him the Revolutionary War is like a religious text in Boston but Roger thought she wasn’t interested in military history. She uses a terrible Scottish accent to tell him her family is complicated and they both have a good laugh.

Brianna wonders if Roger remembers her father but Roger doesn’t remember much except he was a snappy dresser and was kind. Roger thinks Claire is also kind but Brianna thinks her mother lives in a different world.

They end up in the courtyard where they see the whipping post Jamie was bound to though Brianna can’t know that. Brianna has a physical reaction to it saying it gives her the chills. (I’m wondering now if Jamie’s ghost is around and we just don’t see it.)

Meanwhile, Claire drives to Lallybroch which is run down and abandon. She looks around the dooryard and hears the voices from her past in Jenny, Ian, Rabbie and most importantly Jamie. She remembers quoting Da Mi Basia Mille and she sees Jamie in he archway to Lallybroch. Claire wipes her tears and then heads into Inverness.

In 1746, Claire shares her recent assisted death actions with Jamie and tells him if Charles were to die the whole rebellion would fall apart. Jamie is stunned Colum took the poison as suicide is a mortal sin. She tells Jamie Colum begged because he wanted a quick and painless death. She helped him. Claire believes she can slip the jasmine into Charles’s tea and he would just fall asleep and no one would know.

In 1968, Brianna and Roger are stopped on the side of the road and Brianna asks if Roger remembers an incident from when her parents were there before her birth. He was so young he can’t remember the details but he remembers Mrs. Graham crying in the tool shed after Frank smashed it up. Brianna is surprised her father would lose control of his temper like that as he always controlled it to her knowledge.

Brianna remembers going through her father’s lockbox and finding a letter from the Reverend which alluded to some big incident between her mother and father but at the time it scared her so she didn’t look into it further.

Roger says his father kept a journal and they could go through the storage room if she doesn’t mind getting grubby.

Meanwhile, Claire drives into Inverness and goes to the records office to find the chain of title for Lallybroch and the researcher finds the Deed of Sasine which left Lallybroch to Young Jamie, Jenny and Ian’s son, by Jamie in July of 1745. We see Murtagh and Claire’s signatures on the deed as witnesses. According to the researcher the property stayed in the Murray family for generations, meaning Jamie did save Lallybroch from being taken by the English. Claire then asks if she can look into the genealogical search for Roger MacKenzie.

Later that night at the Manse, Claire asks Brianna about her date with Roger and Brianna says it wasn’t a date. Claire teases Brianna a bit saying Roger is handsome, intelligent and has a lovely physique. She even mentions Roger’s lovely blue eyes and Brianna says they went to Fort William and asks if Claire’s been there before. Claire has and didn’t like it much.

Brianna asks what her mother did all day and Claire says she just puttered around the village. Brianna asks if they were places she and Frank went too and Claire says some. Brianna wants to know if her mother misses Frank or loved him at all. Claire says she does and did though it seems clear that everything she’s doing now excludes Frank and involves Jamie.

In 1746, Jamie tells Claire if they go through with poisoning Charles it is murder but Claire reminds him thousands will die if they don’t do something. Ross comes in and tells Jamie they are forming lines and he’s being called upon and we see Dougal listening in on their conversation.

Jamie tells Claire they have to move fast and Claire can put it in Charles’s tea. But Dougal makes himself known calling them a traitorous son of a bastard and a whoring witch.

In 1968, Roger has a meeting and Brianna tags along. While she waits she hears a woman speaking about Scottish Independence. We see Geillis Duncan is trying to inspire the masses to stand up and declare their independence. She’s part of a group called White Roses of Scotland. Brianna approaches her and starts asking questions about Scottish history and Geillis asks if Brianna is going to school in Inverness. Roger appears and they introduce themselves to Geillis who tells them her name is Gillian Edgars. Gillian invites them to another event later.

Meanwhile, Claire goes to Culloden. In the museum she’s not impressed by the representation of Prince Charles. She hears a couple talking about a piece in the museum and when she investigates it is the dragonfly in amber Hugh Munro gave to her.

In 1746, Dougal is angry and hurt that Jamie would betray them and Scotland. Dougal pulls his sword and goes for Claire but Jamie gets in the way and a fight ensues. Jamie and Dougal exchange blows and Jamie takes a few cuts though in the end Dougal ends up on the floor after Claire breaks a small crate over his head. Dougal is trying to drive his dirk into Jamie but Jamie turns the weapon and Claire helps Jamie drive the dirk into Dougal, killing him. Both Jamie and Claire seems stunned by these turn of events.


In 1968, Brianna and Roger go into the storage space and start searching though the Reverend’s journals when a rat appears and startles Brianna. Roger gives her a flashlight which she seems skeptical about and he offers a rat satire:

Ye rate, ya are too many,
If ye would dine aplenty,
Ye must go, ye must go.

Go and fill your bellies,
Dinna stay and gnaw my wellies –
Go, ye rats, go!

Roger tells us any rat satire must be original for it to be effective. Brianna notices a box with Randall on the side and they find a royal commission for Black Jack Randall. Roger finds a letter from Frank which tells the Reverend to stop researching Jack Randall because he’s not the man he thought.

In 1746, Rupert enters the attic where Jamie has just killed Dougal and Jamie asks for a couple hours to basically see Claire safe and Rupert agrees saying after than he will condemn Jamie’s soul to the fiery pit.

In 1968, Claire goes out to Culloden Field and we hear Frank telling her about the strategic disadvantage of Culloden Moore. Claire goes to the to pay her respects at the Clan Fraser stone and tell Jamie about his daughter despite swearing she’d not set foot on that field. Claire tells Jamie she was mad at him for a long time because he made her go live a life she didn’t want. Claire proceeds to tell Jamie everything she can about Brianna and then tells him goodbye something she couldn’t tell him at the time she left him. Then she says, “Rest easy soldier.”

Back at the Manse, Brianna and Roger are going through their finds and Brianna finds the article about Claire’s disappearance and reappearance.

Claire is in the living room when Bree comes down to confront her asking if Claire has only been puttering around town or if she’s been seeing HIM. Brianna wants to know if she was with the man she was with for three years and then returned to Frank pregnant.

Roger appears with something else he’s found and finds himself in the middle of a family matter. Claire thinks they can talk alone but Brianna wants him there. She has Brianna sit and Roger sits next to her. Claire confesses there was another man she loved and he was Bree’s father. Brianna is understandably upset about being lied to but Claire tells her Frank wanted to raise her as his own and she agreed with him.

Bree wants to know if the reason they are in Scotland is because Claire wants some kind of surprise introduction for Bree and Claire tells her it isn’t possible because her father is dead. She then hopefully tells her she promised Frank she wouldn’t utter his name but now she can tell Bree about Jamie Fraser.

Bree isn’t interested but Roger reminds her she wanted the truth no matter what.

Claire tells Bree that the most important thing was Jamie loved her with all his heart and would have raised Bree if it wasn’t for the Battel of Culloden.

In 1746, Jamie informs Murtagh he killed Dougal and then pulls out the Deed of Sasine and Murtagh has Fergus fetch a quill. They all sign it which is pre-dated for the previous year, before the rebellion. Jamie tells Fergus he wants him to take the deed to Madame Murray straight away and it is more important that both their lives. Fergus wishes to stay with Jamie but Jamie tells him it is important someone remembers. Fergus’s promises not to fail.

In 1968, Bree is disgusted with her mother’s delusions and Roger is a bit stunned. Brianna can’t believe her mother would think she’d believe such a fairy tale and Claire tries to show her proof with the deed of sasine but Brianna thinks it is one more lie her mother has cooked up. Brianna wants Claire to own up to the fact that she was a bored housewife that fucked someone else and Claire tells her what she and Jamie had was more than fucking. Jamie was the love of her life. Bree essentially tells her mother she wishes she were dead.

In 1746, Jamie tells Fergus to hide himself well and then tells Fergus he loves him like a son. Claire adds, like their own son, embracing Fergus before sending him off.

In 1968, Roger and Bree are in a pub and Bree doesn’t believe the papers he found mean something but he doesn’t know what. He also believes the deed of sasine looked authentic. But Bree believes Claire found the name and dreamed up it was her life. Roger reminds Bree that she’s never been able to get close to her mother because Claire is in her own world but maybe now she’s trying to share that world with Bree.

Bree wants to know if Roger believes her mother traveled back 200 years through stone. Roger doesn’t think it matters if Claire believes it.

Back at the Manse, Claire looks at the papers Bree confronted her with and underneath was the White Roses of Scotland pamphlet Gillian gave Bree. Claire goes to Gillian’s home in search of her but meets Gillian’s husband Edgar who tells her Gillian left him when he suggested she get a job. Now it appears Greg Edgars just drinks himself into a stupor in his grief. He comments about Gillian’s notebooks and when Greg passes out, Claire takes Gillian’s notebooks and leaves.

At the pub, Gillian tells Bree and Roger they missed a great rally. Bree offers her mother is insane and hopes to see Gillian at the next rally though Gillian says it won’t be possible because she’s leaving but she encourages Bree to keep asking the hard questions to help the world change.

Back at the Manse, Claire is studying Geillis/Gillian’s journals and is stunned to realize Geillis believes you need a human sacrifice to go through the stones and gem stones to guide and protect you. Claire is determined to try to stop Geillis from going through to eventually die as a witch.

In 1746, Jamie tells Murtagh to gather the men of Lallybroch together and get them out of there. Jamie wants the men to go home. Murtagh wants to know what Jamie plans to do and he says he’s going to take Claire to safety and then come back to fight and die. Murtagh tells Jamie he will send Jamie’s men on a path home but he will return to the battle to fight by Jamie’s side. Jamie doesn’t want Murtagh to die for nothing but Murtagh tells him he won’t be, he’ll be dying with Jamie.

In 1968, Bree goes into the guest room to talk to Claire. She doesn’t want to talk about the time travel delusion but she wants to know more about Jamie. Claire tells Bree Jamie was tall and had hair like her and his father’s name was Brian which is where her name comes from. She tells Bree that Jamie’s sister’s name is Jenny who is her aunt but there is so much to tell she can’t do it now but she will. She starts to say she went to Culloden to his grave to tell him about Bree but this upsets Bree.

Claire grabs Bree’s hand and tells her she didn’t intend to fall in love with Jamie. She fought against it but she couldn’t deny it and it was the most powerful thing she ever felt in her life.

Downstairs, Roger is looking at some things when Claire comes in and asks if he knows Gillian Edgars. Claire realizes Brianna meet Gillian and Bree comes in to tell Claire she liked Gillian even though she’s a bit crazy on the whole Scottish Nationalist thing.

Claire asks if Bree knows where Gillian is now and Bree says she doesn’t. Roger tells Claire Gillian mention going away to further the cause but doesn’t think she’s planning on returning. Claire realizes this is when Gillian intends to go through the stones. Claire wants to stop her because she knows Geillis’s fate but realizes she can’t because of Roger.

Claire tells Roger she looked into his ancestry and his seven times great grandparents were William and Sara MacKenzie who couldn’t have a child and were give one to raise. That child was the product of Dougal and Geillis’s affair. Roger seems stunned to be connected to a War Chief and a Witch and Bree is annoyed Claire is bringing Roger into her delusion. Roger thinks they need to warn her.

Claire wonders what will happen if they stop Gillian and she never goes back. Roger wouldn’t be born but Roger says he’s there so he will be. Roger seems not to buy into it but he’s willing to warn Gillian. Bree tells Roger he is feeding Claire’s delusions and walks out.

Roger goes after her and says this could make Claire face Gillian and maybe put a stop to the whole thing.

In 1746, Jamie tells Claire he’s taking her to the stones and she refuses to go but Jamie forces the issue. Claire wants to die with him just like he was ready to die with her at the witch trial but Jamie tells her the difference is he wasn’t carrying her child. Claire is stunned that he knows she’s pregnant but he tells her she’s not been a day late in her courses since they wed and it has been two months. She can’t believe he kept track and he tells her this child may be the only thing left of him, ever.

Jamie tells Claire they have to go but she doesn’t want to leave him. Jamie reminds her she promised to go home through the stones but she says he is her home and he tells her the same. Jamie mounts his horse and tells her there is no time.

In 1968, we see a body being drenched in gasoline and another car approaching a parked car. We see Claire in the approaching car and she says the other car is Greg Edgars. Roger says the smell in the air is like a barbeque but it is Gillian/Geillis burning her husband’s dead body.

Gillian turns and moves towards the center stone as Claire screams, “Geillis no!” Gillian touches the center stone and disappears to the stunned amazement of Roger and Bree. Both Roger and Bree here a buzzing sound as they investigate the burning body. Claire has Roger go for help.

In 1746, Jamie takes Claire to Craig na duhn but she doesn’t want to go through and stops at the edge of the stones. She wants to know how she can explain everything. Jamie leaves that to her and says to tell Frank he’s grateful, trust him and hates him to the marrow of his bones. Claire hears the buzzing but isn’t ready to leave him. Claire wants him to go with her, to try but he doesn’t hear the buzzing and when he touches the center stone nothing happens.

Jamie tells her even if he could go with her it isn’t his place and then promises to find her even if he has to spend 200 years in purgatory. Jamie says when he stands before God he’ll say, “Lord you gave me a rare woman. God I loved her well.”

Jamie and Claire make love amongst the stones and then hear cannon fire. The battle has begun. Claire gives the dragonfly in amber to Jamie to keep with him on the field. She says, “Blood of my blood.” And Jamie says, “And bone of my bone,” and Claire finishes it with, “As long as we both shall live.”

Jamie gives Claire his father’s ring for their child and Claire promises to name him Brian after his father. Jamie walks them backwards towards the stones and Claire tells him she loves him and he says, “And I you.” They kiss one last time before Jamie turns her and places her hand on the center stone telling her goodbye.

In 1968, Brianna and Claire are walking out of the circle of stones and Bree is stunned that it is true. She wonders if someone has to die for someone to go through but Claire says no one died when she went though.

Bree asks if this was the last place Claire saw her father and Claire confirms it. Bree doesn’t understand any of it but she believes Claire which makes Claire come alive.

Bree then tells Claire, “No more lies. From now on, I only want the truth between you and me.” (So much like Jamie!) Claire agrees and mother and daughter hug.

Roger pulls up, after running off to get the authorities, and tells them he called anonymously. Bree tells Roger to tell Claire what they found. Roger says it was research the Reverend did for Frank but doesn’t know if Frank ever got the information. Claire asks what it was and Roger says there were some Jacobite officers that took refuge in a church. One by one these men were taken out and shot but one, a Fraser of the Master of Lovat’s regiment survived. Claire tells Roger there were a lot of Frasers on the field that day but Roger reminds her there were only five officers and four are known to have died as their names are on a plaque in the village.

Claire asks who the fifth was and Bree says, “James Fraser, my father.” Claire is stunned Jamie didn’t die. She turns to look at the stones and says if he survived she needs to go back.Dragonfly in Amber begins in 1968 at the wake of Rev. Reginald Wakefield. Roger is watching the Avengers with a group of children in a daze when Fiona comes and tells him he should really get back to his guests. Roger goes out and toasts his “father” [Rev. Wakefield was his Great Uncle but his adoptive father after the death of Roger’s parents].

Roger sees a red haired girl and goes looking for her. Getting distracted by those paying their respect he thinks he’s missed her when she finds him, asking if he’s Roger Wakefield. An older Claire appears reminiscing about how young Roger was the last time she saw him and him meeting her daughter but Roger says he’s not had the pleasure (boys got it so bad). Bree introduces herself. Then Claire explains she’s an old friend of his father’s and that her husband was also. Roger finally realizes Claire is Frank Randall’s wife. He mentions her being a nurse and she tells him she’s now a doctor but Brianna comments her mother is being modest because she’s actually a surgeon. Claire asks after Mrs. Graham and we learn she died a few years back. (So is that three deaths in the 1960s? Frank, Rev. Wakefield and Mrs. Graham.)

Claire goes to look around and remember her time at the Manse while Roger asks Brianna if it is her first time in Scotland. Brianna has always been interested but they don’t have time to take in the sites which Roger thinks is a shame as it is a “beautiful, wild country.” Fiona appears and drags Roger off to say goodbye to his guests.

Claire looks around and realizes the ghosts of her past are coming back. Claire and Brianna are about to leave when Roger offers to put them up at the Manse, saying there is plenty of room. Brianna agrees because she’d like to see some of the sites (and I think more of Roger) as she’s heard it’s a “beautiful, wild country.” (Roger seems so delighted she quoted him.)

That night, Claire is in the sitting room drinking whisky when Roger comes in and she tells him she helped herself to a dram because she couldn’t sleep. Clearly Roger is having the same problem. He can’t part with his father’s things and there is an extensive collection on the Battle of Culloden that the College in Inverness wants him to donate. Roger’s ancestors fought and died there and his true name is Roger MacKenzie. Claire says she knew quite a few MacKenzie’s but Roger says it is a common name.

Roger then goes on to ask her how she said goodbye to the person she loved the most. He means Frank for her but himself is talking about his father. Claire says that is the problem. She says you want to say goodbye but the problem is they are gone and they’d want you to go on.

Upstairs Claire looks at a sleeping Brianna and marvels at how much she’s like Jamie.

In 1746, Jamie walks with Prince Charles and tries to convince him they aren’t ready for battle and should the engage they will be destroyed. Charles calls Jamie his Doubting Thomas. Charles is sure today is the day but Jamie knows better. Jamie tells Claire it is a blessing Colum didn’t live to see this day and Murtagh tells Jamie Cumberland is marching toward them. They are only hours away from the fateful battle.

Claire believes there is still one thing they can do but she doesn’t want to discuss it in the open.

Back in 1968, Brianna and Roger off on a site seeing trip. They go to Fort William, where Roger gives her the history of the place. Brianna’s specialty isn’t military history though it was Franks and Brianna remembers dropping an ice cream cone of the ramparts of Ticonderoga while Frank talked about Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys. Roger mistakenly thinks Ethan Allen was the one who said, “I regret that I have but one life to give for me country,” but Brianna informs him that is Nathan Hale which is a common mistake. Never quote American History to an American.

Brianna tells him the Revolutionary War is like a religious text in Boston but Roger thought she wasn’t interested in military history. She uses a terrible Scottish accent to tell him her family is complicated and they both have a good laugh.

Brianna wonders if Roger remembers her father but Roger doesn’t remember much except he was a snappy dresser and was kind. Roger thinks Claire is also kind but Brianna thinks her mother lives in a different world.

They end up in the courtyard where they see the whipping post Jamie was bound to though Brianna can’t know that. Brianna has a physical reaction to it saying it gives her the chills. (I’m wondering now if Jamie’s ghost is around and we just don’t see it.)

Meanwhile, Claire drives to Lallybroch which is run down and abandon. She looks around the dooryard and hears the voices from her past in Jenny, Ian, Rabbie and most importantly Jamie. She remembers quoting Da Mi Basia Mille and she sees Jamie in he archway to Lallybroch. Claire wipes her tears and then heads into Inverness.

In 1746, Claire shares her recent assisted death actions with Jamie and tells him if Charles were to die the whole rebellion would fall apart. Jamie is stunned Colum took the poison as suicide is a mortal sin. She tells Jamie Colum begged because he wanted a quick and painless death. She helped him. Claire believes she can slip the jasmine into Charles’s tea and he would just fall asleep and no one would know.

In 1968, Brianna and Roger are stopped on the side of the road and Brianna asks if Roger remembers an incident from when her parents were there before her birth. He was so young he can’t remember the details but he remembers Mrs. Graham crying in the tool shed after Frank smashed it up. Brianna is surprised her father would lose control of his temper like that as he always controlled it to her knowledge.

Brianna remembers going through her father’s lockbox and finding a letter from the Reverend which alluded to some big incident between her mother and father but at the time it scared her so she didn’t look into it further.

Roger says his father kept a journal and they could go through the storage room if she doesn’t mind getting grubby.

Meanwhile, Claire drives into Inverness and goes to the records office to find the chain of title for Lallybroch and the researcher finds the Deed of Sasine which left Lallybroch to Young Jamie, Jenny and Ian’s son, by Jamie in July of 1745. We see Murtagh and Claire’s signatures on the deed as witnesses. According to the researcher the property stayed in the Murray family for generations, meaning Jamie did save Lallybroch from being taken by the English. Claire then asks if she can look into the genealogical search for Roger MacKenzie.

Later that night at the Manse, Claire asks Brianna about her date with Roger and Brianna says it wasn’t a date. Claire teases Brianna a bit saying Roger is handsome, intelligent and has a lovely physique. She even mentions Roger’s lovely blue eyes and Brianna says they went to Fort William and asks if Claire’s been there before. Claire has and didn’t like it much.

Brianna asks what her mother did all day and Claire says she just puttered around the village. Brianna asks if they were places she and Frank went too and Claire says some. Brianna wants to know if her mother misses Frank or loved him at all. Claire says she does and did though it seems clear that everything she’s doing now excludes Frank and involves Jamie.

In 1746, Jamie tells Claire if they go through with poisoning Charles it is murder but Claire reminds him thousands will die if they don’t do something. Ross comes in and tells Jamie they are forming lines and he’s being called upon and we see Dougal listening in on their conversation.

Jamie tells Claire they have to move fast and Claire can put it in Charles’s tea. But Dougal makes himself known calling them a traitorous son of a bastard and a whoring witch.

In 1968, Roger has a meeting and Brianna tags along. While she waits she hears a woman speaking about Scottish Independence. We see Geillis Duncan is trying to inspire the masses to stand up and declare their independence. She’s part of a group called White Roses of Scotland. Brianna approaches her and starts asking questions about Scottish history and Geillis asks if Brianna is going to school in Inverness. Roger appears and they introduce themselves to Geillis who tells them her name is Gillian Edgars. Gillian invites them to another event later.

Meanwhile, Claire goes to Culloden. In the museum she’s not impressed by the representation of Prince Charles. She hears a couple talking about a piece in the museum and when she investigates it is the dragonfly in amber Hugh Munro gave to her.

In 1746, Dougal is angry and hurt that Jamie would betray them and Scotland. Dougal pulls his sword and goes for Claire but Jamie gets in the way and a fight ensues. Jamie and Dougal exchange blows and Jamie takes a few cuts though in the end Dougal ends up on the floor after Claire breaks a small crate over his head. Dougal is trying to drive his dirk into Jamie but Jamie turns the weapon and Claire helps Jamie drive the dirk into Dougal, killing him. Both Jamie and Claire seems stunned by these turn of events.


In 1968, Brianna and Roger go into the storage space and start searching though the Reverend’s journals when a rat appears and startles Brianna. Roger gives her a flashlight which she seems skeptical about and he offers a rat satire:

Ye rate, ya are too many,
If ye would dine aplenty,
Ye must go, ye must go.

Go and fill your bellies,
Dinna stay and gnaw my wellies –
Go, ye rats, go!

Roger tells us any rat satire must be original for it to be effective. Brianna notices a box with Randall on the side and they find a royal commission for Black Jack Randall. Roger finds a letter from Frank which tells the Reverend to stop researching Jack Randall because he’s not the man he thought.

In 1746, Rupert enters the attic where Jamie has just killed Dougal and Jamie asks for a couple hours to basically see Claire safe and Rupert agrees saying after than he will condemn Jamie’s soul to the fiery pit.

In 1968, Claire goes out to Culloden Field and we hear Frank telling her about the strategic disadvantage of Culloden Moore. Claire goes to the to pay her respects at the Clan Fraser stone and tell Jamie about his daughter despite swearing she’d not set foot on that field. Claire tells Jamie she was mad at him for a long time because he made her go live a life she didn’t want. Claire proceeds to tell Jamie everything she can about Brianna and then tells him goodbye something she couldn’t tell him at the time she left him. Then she says, “Rest easy soldier.”

Back at the Manse, Brianna and Roger are going through their finds and Brianna finds the article about Claire’s disappearance and reappearance.

Claire is in the living room when Bree comes down to confront her asking if Claire has only been puttering around town or if she’s been seeing HIM. Brianna wants to know if she was with the man she was with for three years and then returned to Frank pregnant.

Roger appears with something else he’s found and finds himself in the middle of a family matter. Claire thinks they can talk alone but Brianna wants him there. She has Brianna sit and Roger sits next to her. Claire confesses there was another man she loved and he was Bree’s father. Brianna is understandably upset about being lied to but Claire tells her Frank wanted to raise her as his own and she agreed with him.

Bree wants to know if the reason they are in Scotland is because Claire wants some kind of surprise introduction for Bree and Claire tells her it isn’t possible because her father is dead. She then hopefully tells her she promised Frank she wouldn’t utter his name but now she can tell Bree about Jamie Fraser.

Bree isn’t interested but Roger reminds her she wanted the truth no matter what.

Claire tells Bree that the most important thing was Jamie loved her with all his heart and would have raised Bree if it wasn’t for the Battel of Culloden.

In 1746, Jamie informs Murtagh he killed Dougal and then pulls out the Deed of Sasine and Murtagh has Fergus fetch a quill. They all sign it which is pre-dated for the previous year, before the rebellion. Jamie tells Fergus he wants him to take the deed to Madame Murray straight away and it is more important that both their lives. Fergus wishes to stay with Jamie but Jamie tells him it is important someone remembers. Fergus’s promises not to fail.

In 1968, Bree is disgusted with her mother’s delusions and Roger is a bit stunned. Brianna can’t believe her mother would think she’d believe such a fairy tale and Claire tries to show her proof with the deed of sasine but Brianna thinks it is one more lie her mother has cooked up. Brianna wants Claire to own up to the fact that she was a bored housewife that fucked someone else and Claire tells her what she and Jamie had was more than fucking. Jamie was the love of her life. Bree essentially tells her mother she wishes she were dead.

In 1746, Jamie tells Fergus to hide himself well and then tells Fergus he loves him like a son. Claire adds, like their own son, embracing Fergus before sending him off.

In 1968, Roger and Bree are in a pub and Bree doesn’t believe the papers he found mean something but he doesn’t know what. He also believes the deed of sasine looked authentic. But Bree believes Claire found the name and dreamed up it was her life. Roger reminds Bree that she’s never been able to get close to her mother because Claire is in her own world but maybe now she’s trying to share that world with Bree.

Bree wants to know if Roger believes her mother traveled back 200 years through stone. Roger doesn’t think it matters if Claire believes it.

Back at the Manse, Claire looks at the papers Bree confronted her with and underneath was the White Roses of Scotland pamphlet Gillian gave Bree. Claire goes to Gillian’s home in search of her but meets Gillian’s husband Edgar who tells her Gillian left him when he suggested she get a job. Now it appears Greg Edgars just drinks himself into a stupor in his grief. He comments about Gillian’s notebooks and when Greg passes out, Claire takes Gillian’s notebooks and leaves.

At the pub, Gillian tells Bree and Roger they missed a great rally. Bree offers her mother is insane and hopes to see Gillian at the next rally though Gillian says it won’t be possible because she’s leaving but she encourages Bree to keep asking the hard questions to help the world change.

Back at the Manse, Claire is studying Geillis/Gillian’s journals and is stunned to realize Geillis believes you need a human sacrifice to go through the stones and gem stones to guide and protect you. Claire is determined to try to stop Geillis from going through to eventually die as a witch.

In 1746, Jamie tells Murtagh to gather the men of Lallybroch together and get them out of there. Jamie wants the men to go home. Murtagh wants to know what Jamie plans to do and he says he’s going to take Claire to safety and then come back to fight and die. Murtagh tells Jamie he will send Jamie’s men on a path home but he will return to the battle to fight by Jamie’s side. Jamie doesn’t want Murtagh to die for nothing but Murtagh tells him he won’t be, he’ll be dying with Jamie.

In 1968, Bree goes into the guest room to talk to Claire. She doesn’t want to talk about the time travel delusion but she wants to know more about Jamie. Claire tells Bree Jamie was tall and had hair like her and his father’s name was Brian which is where her name comes from. She tells Bree that Jamie’s sister’s name is Jenny who is her aunt but there is so much to tell she can’t do it now but she will. She starts to say she went to Culloden to his grave to tell him about Bree but this upsets Bree.

Claire grabs Bree’s hand and tells her she didn’t intend to fall in love with Jamie. She fought against it but she couldn’t deny it and it was the most powerful thing she ever felt in her life.

Downstairs, Roger is looking at some things when Claire comes in and asks if he knows Gillian Edgars. Claire realizes Brianna meet Gillian and Bree comes in to tell Claire she liked Gillian even though she’s a bit crazy on the whole Scottish Nationalist thing.

Claire asks if Bree knows where Gillian is now and Bree says she doesn’t. Roger tells Claire Gillian mention going away to further the cause but doesn’t think she’s planning on returning. Claire realizes this is when Gillian intends to go through the stones. Claire wants to stop her because she knows Geillis’s fate but realizes she can’t because of Roger.

Claire tells Roger she looked into his ancestry and his seven times great grandparents were William and Sara MacKenzie who couldn’t have a child and were give one to raise. That child was the product of Dougal and Geillis’s affair. Roger seems stunned to be connected to a War Chief and a Witch and Bree is annoyed Claire is bringing Roger into her delusion. Roger thinks they need to warn her.

Claire wonders what will happen if they stop Gillian and she never goes back. Roger wouldn’t be born but Roger says he’s there so he will be. Roger seems not to buy into it but he’s willing to warn Gillian. Bree tells Roger he is feeding Claire’s delusions and walks out.

Roger goes after her and says this could make Claire face Gillian and maybe put a stop to the whole thing.

In 1746, Jamie tells Claire he’s taking her to the stones and she refuses to go but Jamie forces the issue. Claire wants to die with him just like he was ready to die with her at the witch trial but Jamie tells her the difference is he wasn’t carrying her child. Claire is stunned that he knows she’s pregnant but he tells her she’s not been a day late in her courses since they wed and it has been two months. She can’t believe he kept track and he tells her this child may be the only thing left of him, ever.

Jamie tells Claire they have to go but she doesn’t want to leave him. Jamie reminds her she promised to go home through the stones but she says he is her home and he tells her the same. Jamie mounts his horse and tells her there is no time.

In 1968, we see a body being drenched in gasoline and another car approaching a parked car. We see Claire in the approaching car and she says the other car is Greg Edgars. Roger says the smell in the air is like a barbeque but it is Gillian/Geillis burning her husband’s dead body.

Gillian turns and moves towards the center stone as Claire screams, “Geillis no!” Gillian touches the center stone and disappears to the stunned amazement of Roger and Bree. Both Roger and Bree here a buzzing sound as they investigate the burning body. Claire has Roger go for help.

In 1746, Jamie takes Claire to Craig na duhn but she doesn’t want to go through and stops at the edge of the stones. She wants to know how she can explain everything. Jamie leaves that to her and says to tell Frank he’s grateful, trust him and hates him to the marrow of his bones. Claire hears the buzzing but isn’t ready to leave him. Claire wants him to go with her, to try but he doesn’t hear the buzzing and when he touches the center stone nothing happens.

Jamie tells her even if he could go with her it isn’t his place and then promises to find her even if he has to spend 200 years in purgatory. Jamie says when he stands before God he’ll say, “Lord you gave me a rare woman. God I loved her well.”

Jamie and Claire make love amongst the stones and then hear cannon fire. The battle has begun. Claire gives the dragonfly in amber to Jamie to keep with him on the field. She says, “Blood of my blood.” And Jamie says, “And bone of my bone,” and Claire finishes it with, “As long as we both shall live.”

Jamie gives Claire his father’s ring for their child and Claire promises to name him Brian after his father. Jamie walks them backwards towards the stones and Claire tells him she loves him and he says, “And I you.” They kiss one last time before Jamie turns her and places her hand on the center stone telling her goodbye.

In 1968, Brianna and Claire are walking out of the circle of stones and Bree is stunned that it is true. She wonders if someone has to die for someone to go through but Claire says no one died when she went though.

Bree asks if this was the last place Claire saw her father and Claire confirms it. Bree doesn’t understand any of it but she believes Claire which makes Claire come alive.

Bree then tells Claire, “No more lies. From now on, I only want the truth between you and me.” (So much like Jamie!) Claire agrees and mother and daughter hug.

Roger pulls up, after running off to get the authorities, and tells them he called anonymously. Bree tells Roger to tell Claire what they found. Roger says it was research the Reverend did for Frank but doesn’t know if Frank ever got the information. Claire asks what it was and Roger says there were some Jacobite officers that took refuge in a church. One by one these men were taken out and shot but one, a Fraser of the Master of Lovat’s regiment survived. Claire tells Roger there were a lot of Frasers on the field that day but Roger reminds her there were only five officers and four are known to have died as their names are on a plaque in the village.

Claire asks who the fifth was and Bree says, “James Fraser, my father.” Claire is stunned Jamie didn’t die. She turns to look at the stones and says if he survived she needs to go back.


Poll #2049530 Dragonfly in Amber

How many kilts would you give Dragonfly in Amber?

1 - Not a fan, ya ken?
0(0.0%)
2 - It was Outlander.
1(7.1%)
3 - I liked it fine.
0(0.0%)
4 - Really good.
2(14.3%)
5 - Bloody awesome.
11(78.6%)


Discussion Topics 1968 (forget the books):

  1. What did you think of Sophie as Brianna and Rik as Roger?

  2. What did you think about the opening of this episode (Roger staring at the TV)? Do you think Roger was seeing the TV?

  3. Roger asks Claire how she dealt with losing the person you loved the most. Did you find this odd or did you think it appropriate that the person he loved the most was his father?

  4. What did you think of 1968 Claire? Her appearance but more importantly her demeanor? Did she seem numb to you?

  5. Were you upset with Brianna for being so upset about the discovery of her paternity? Some people are upset about how she treated Claire. Do you think she is justified or just a brat?

  6. Do you believe Claire is telling the truth when she tells Brianna she loved Frank?

  7. What did you think of Roger's rat satire?

  8. Any thoughts on Geillis/Gillian's part in this whole craziness?

  9. Do you get the impression that as Claire moves throughout the area in 1968 that nothing there is about Frank? We see her go into the county records office and just a few doors down is Mrs. Baird's and yet she doesn't give it one thought.

  10. Do you think Roger believed Claire's story or was he just trying to help Brianna get her mother to confront her own delusions?



Discussion Topics 1947 (forget the books):

  1. So what is your opinion about the Bonnie Prince?

  2. What did you think of Claire's plan to kill Prince Charles?

  3. How did you feel about Dougal's death and Claire lending a hand in it?

  4. Listening to a podcast, they mentioned they didn't think Rupert would give Jamie the 2 hours because he had more loyalty to Dougal than Jamie. Do you think the time was for Jamie's benefit?

  5. So the moment when Jamie and Claire tell Fergus he is like their son and they love him. Doesn't it just melt you?

  6. People have speculated about the whole meaningful death for Murtagh, including Murtagh who brought the subject up in Prestonpans. What did you think of Murtagh's plan to die with Jamie?

  7. So Claire is pregnant. Called it. LOL Jamie knew because he kept track which doesn't seem so far fetched if they are as active as we know they are. What did you think of Jamie's determination to save Claire and her wanting to die with him?

  8. Jamie doesn't hear the buzzing (Bree and Roger did) and he can't go back. What did you think of this part and then Jamie walking her to the stones and putting her hand on the center stone?

GBG
So I encourage you to listen to Outlander Cast. I'm enjoying it quite a bit and they do something on the show that I really like called GBG (Good, Bad, Great). I think this is brilliant and decided I wanted to do it here as well. So what was your:

  • Good Moment

  • Bad Moment

  • Great Moment


Feel free to pose anything else you wish to discuss from this episode or my review/recap. No spoilers please!

News, Updates, & Noteworthy:
Ratings are in for this episode which got 1.15 million viewers. I'm impressed.



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siobhan63siobhan63 on July 13th, 2016 07:25 pm (UTC)
I'm just going to address the matter of Sophie and Richard in their respective roles. Or mostly, I'm just going to talk about Sophie and Brianna.

I am not a long-time fan of the book series -- as I've mentioned before, I only started reading the books after watching the first half of the first season. I was aware of the books, but had never had any desire to read them as they looked too romance-y. Not my genre. However, I have since read all of the books multiple times, which is saying a lot because I don't normally reread books.

I am a fan of the show and the books, but I'm not fannish. I don't get into the whole intense fandom side of things. Never have -- it's just kind of weird to me (sorry to those of you who do really get into icons and fanfic and gifs and all that other stuff). So because I'm not into that side of things, I didn't know lots of people really hate Frank. I discovered that during season 1, when lots of people were really outraged at Ron Moore for having given Frank a more prominent role in the show than he has in the books. I have recently learned that a lot of people also really hate Brianna.

Since the first pics of Rik and Sophie as Brianna and Roger were released a few weeks back, I have seen some really weird conversations taking place online. I have seen full fledged genetics debates taking place because people are upset that Sophie has brown eyes, Sam and Cait have blue eyes, Bree is supposed to have blue eyes, etc. Seriously -- people are arguing over whether or not it would be possible for two blue-eyed people to have a kid with brown eyes.

I come to these things totally differently. I don't like authors who dictate how their characters should look by describing them -- repeatedly -- in detail. DG does that. It annoys me. I don't really care about eye colour and all that -- I'm just interested in the character and their role in the story. In fact, I find her repeated-ad-nauseum descriptions of Jamie esp. annoying because it makes him almost farcical, in my view. OK, I get it -- that is what she finds attractive. But what if I don't find that attractive? The more she describes what he looks like, the more cartoonish he becomes. I can't even picture some of the stuff she says, like the infamous "slanted, catlike eyes". WTF? I have no idea what that is supposed to look like. I've had cats all my life -- I would never describe their eyes as "slanted". I picture something Asian looking, which I'm pretty sure is not what she has in mind. Or else a guy in a kilt with those really big anime-style eyes. And then poor old Bree (and William) get stuck with the same idiotic descriptions for their eyes. Argh. (Luckily now I just picture Sam Heughan, so problem solved.)

Anyway, I like Bree, in the books and on the show. And I thought Sophie handled a very tough role quite well, given her limited acting experience. I don't envy her at all -- esp. now that I know a lot of readers can't stand her character. Hopefully, they'll warm up to her. Could she be taller? Should her eyes be blue (and slanted and catlike)? I don't care. Her interaction with Cait as Claire was subtle and very good -- I bought the tense mother-daughter relationship. Yes Bree is rather shrill and abrasive in the book -- but she has a right to be. I though Sophie managed to humanize her -- she didn't necessarily tone that side down, but she brought a depth to the character that maybe doesn't come across in the book. Her chemistry with Richard was very good -- maybe not as strong as that between Sam and Cait onscreen, but that's OK -- the Bree-Roger relationship develops more slowly (at least on Bree's part). I look forward to seeing her develop Brianna further over the course of the next two seasons -- esp. season 4 where Bree will have major storylines.
Jill aka Jo: Stock: be an owlsireesanwar on July 14th, 2016 10:28 pm (UTC)
Yeah, they are that good. I've read them a lot and I'm in towards the end of the audiobooks now.

First, I wouldn't say I'm totally fanish but I do love icons because I want people to see the things I love and have in common with them. I haven't made icons in so long but I have a ton of images for them.

Well that would be the only issue I have with Sophie as Brianna and not because Brianna couldn't but Cait and Sam have blue eyes and it is hard for me to suspend the belief that they could have this brown eyed child. It isn't physically possible. Green eyed yes. Brown no.

I understand what you are talking about but I also know what she means by those cat eyes. But she does overplay them because one of the examples for Jamie used by fans was a model named Gariel Aubrey. He has the facial structure I see as Jamie but Sam embodies Jamie and that is fine by me.

And I have to say, the description of Jamie never appealed to me either... it is Jamie's personality, loyalty and respect that made me love him.

I have never hated Bree. I don't quite understand why the fans do. I mean I remember one point being how she acted when she learned about about Jamie but come on, how would you take your world being pulled out from under you?

[Spoiler (click to open)]Fans also disliked how much she wanted modern things when she was in the past. But she lived with and was married to another time traveler. Of course, they'd talk about the things from the future they miss and why wouldn't you try recreating things like pizza? I think what some fans dislike about Bree they like in Jamie... the stubbornness, his occasional temper. I don't get it myself.

I did too. Clearly Bree and Claire were having trouble connecting when they got to Roger's door and it carried over to Scotland. Bree was there to solve a mystery about what happened between the parents she knew and found a whole other surprise.

Bree is the product of this love triangle and I can't say I've ever read anything like it so Diana was writing the book on how Bree would react to the revelations about her paternity. I don't even have that kind of drama in my life (though I have enough with my own father) and I totally understand her. She's been watching her mother disconnect and she sees her mother come alive when she talks about Jamie. That has to be a hard pill to swallow.
firstlove02firstlove02 on July 14th, 2016 05:11 am (UTC)
Just to have a place to come and say....
....That this was the best season finale I have seen of a series that I have invested my time into in recent memory.... It delivered on every single meaningful level for me. I am so satisfied with it.
Jill aka Jo: Outlander: Logosireesanwar on July 14th, 2016 05:44 am (UTC)
Re: Just to have a place to come and say....
Here here! I am so in love with this season finale. I've watched it twice and I can see myself watching it quite a bit.
siobhan63siobhan63 on July 14th, 2016 12:27 pm (UTC)
There's something I've been wondering about in recent days regarding the actual battle of Culloden. Of course, we didn't see any of the battle in the finale because we see things through Claire and she had gone back through the stones before the battle. For those who have read the books, [Spoiler (click to open)]we also don't see any of the battle in Voyager -- it starts off after the battle, with Jamie coming to, injured, on the battlefield.

Also for book readers, [Spoiler (click to open)]Jamie doesn't remember anything of the battle -- he's blocked it. But over the course of the next books, flashes come back to him, he has nightmares, and finally, in book 6 or 7 -- can't quite recall but I think 7 -- he finally does remember most of what transpired and we finally learn what happened during the battle.

From a filming point of view, for continuity's sake, I was wondering if they filmed some battle scenes while they had the cast there in place. Do you think they would have had the foresight to do that? If they have to go back to film Culloden battle sequences 7-8 years from now (assuming the series keeps going that long), some of the actors may not be available then to come back to film, or may look different from how they look now (remember what happened to Mark Hamill between Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back). There's also the matter of weather -- it was totally miserable when they filmed the finale, wet and cold -- what if they go back to film battle scenes 7 years from now and the weather is totally different, bright and sunny (it does happen that they get sunny days in Scotland) and they can't wait around for miserable weather to happen.

I recall on Twitter late last year, various Outlander-related Twitter accounts were tweeting about filming the final episode. They had two film crews, the first unit and a second unit. The first unit was filming all the 1968 stuff with Cait, Sophie and Richard, while unit 2 was working with Sam. Now Sam had only one scene in the finale that didn't include Cait -- and that was at the very start when Jamie's walking with Prince Charles. After that, he's with Cait always. So if they had a whole other unit filming over weeks with Sam (and others but not Cait), makes me think maybe they were filming actual battle sequences. Any thoughts?
Jill aka Josireesanwar on July 25th, 2016 11:53 pm (UTC)
I think the crew may have thought ahead to capture anything about Culloden they might want to tell us. I mean it is possible we will see it in chunks over next season or maybe they won't show it. I hope they actually tell us what happened.

[Spoiler (click to open)]I think I'd actually rather see some flashback for Jamie next season rather than spreading it out.

I guess we will know when we see next season.

I would think they might be shootings stuff for next season. I would assume, written or not they might do some battle shots while they had the actors and the costumes all out. But I don't know if we'll find out until we actually see something of the battle. I really hope they show it next season.
Kaylee Winchesterroguem on July 15th, 2016 11:14 am (UTC)
I've seen some hate aimed at Sophie's acting over on Facebook and don't get it at all. I thought she did a great job, and I really liked Richard as well. They played very nicely off each other and I'm actually exited to see how their storyline is handled.

I enjoyed this finale, they did it as best they could. I will say that I'm a bit disappointed they dropped the cutting of the initials in favor of Claire giving Jamie the chunk of amber.

I'm still sorting through my thoughts. There was a lot to take in, but I enjoyed this episode a lot and am very much looking forward to season 3.
siobhan63siobhan63 on July 15th, 2016 02:21 pm (UTC)
"I will say that I'm a bit disappointed they dropped the cutting of the initials"

YES!! It was really the only disappointing thing for me. I really loved the episode as a whole, and get that they couldn't do the extended goodbye sex that they had in the book, but that they also decided to drop the marking...

I thought maybe it was because they didn't want Claire to say to Jamie "Mark me!" since that's become Charlie's catch phrase...
Jill aka Josireesanwar on July 25th, 2016 11:56 pm (UTC)
True. I liked the exchange of something better for me. I mean I love the initials in the book but it always seemed a bit much to me. Now her ring... I want the thistle ring still.
Kaylee Winchesterroguem on August 31st, 2016 10:47 am (UTC)
I agree about the ring. I was so disappointed with the ring.
Jill aka Josireesanwar on September 2nd, 2016 05:21 pm (UTC)
The ring they say is "Claire's Ring" will never be the ring to me.
Kaylee Winchesterroguem on October 11th, 2016 11:35 am (UTC)
Agreed.
Kaylee Winchesterroguem on August 31st, 2016 10:46 am (UTC)
Well, that's a point, but a little rewrite would have fixed that line.

I read somewhere that they were worried about all the blood with the regards to the costumes, and setting up all the takes of the shot. And I do get that, but I think they could have worked out a way to do it after all.
Jill aka Jo: OB: Sarah beaniesireesanwar on July 25th, 2016 11:55 pm (UTC)
I have to admit while I love the cutting of the initials in the book, I'm actually glad they left it off. I don't know that it would come off as sane in that moment. Plus with what we saw of their final moments together it would have seemed an odd things to do in such a rush.

I didn't love the Amber part but I love that someone down the line found it on the battlefield.

I think Rik and Sophie are great and I'm so excited to watch more of them.
Kaylee Winchesterroguem on August 31st, 2016 11:06 am (UTC)
Well, I kind of felt that was half the point, they probably weren't feeling very sane right then.
But I agree with the rush, even though it is rather rushed in the book as well.

I did like that it had been discovered on the battlefield as well.

Me too. I really liked them.
Jill aka Josireesanwar on September 2nd, 2016 05:22 pm (UTC)
Rik and Sophie are going to be cute together, I think. I can't wait to see them interact more.