The truth is revealed...Finally, this misunderstanding is brought to light! Isn't that so satisfying when this happens on a television show? You're yelling in the background, "Just spit it out already people!!!" And Bree is NOT happy. This is just not her day, her week, her month or even her year....sorry I had to...and if you don't get that reference then we can't be F*R*I*E*N*D*S. Anywho, Bree confronts the well-meaning but hapless males who done messed up royally
Droughtlander is over people and I couldn't be happier. Drums of Autumn is by far my favorite book of the series because it feels like coming home. You get to see Jamie and Claire live life together on a day to day basis. Diana’s incredible writing allows us to see, hear and smell what life … Continue reading Top Moments – Outlander Episode 401
Donna Del Oro throws us into the opening scene, written as the prologue. We find ourselves In 1940, on a Ferry setting sail across the Irish Sea. Nazi Spy, Clare Eberhard watches as her husband (also a Nazi spy) bludgeons a young woman to death. This poor woman, Mary McCoy, was murdered because Clare was … Continue reading Book Review: Bodyguard of Lies
Everyone is like "Oh my gosh I can't wait for the print shop!" "The reunion is going to be all kinds of amazing!" "Do you think Jamie will faint as gracefully as described in the book?" "The looks on Jamie and Claire's faces when they see each other is going to break my heart!" And … Continue reading Printshop? What Printshop? Take me to the whore house!
In honor of World Outlander day, I’d like to take a moment to tell you about how this series has sparked a new excitement in me for my marriage. Two years ago, I discovered Outlander when I was searching for a new show to watch. I saw the cover art donning a pretty lady in 1940’s garb and handsome Scottish Highlander standing behind her looking rather delectable in his kilt.