Tambores de otoño (Forastera, #4)
Publish date: June 30th 2005
Pages no: 731
Edition language: Spanish
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, 18th Century
Series: Outlander (#4)
As I mentioned in my review for Outlander, I started this series with the fourth book by accident. I was just out of high school, my mom was having health issues and I was the one who was driving her around to her various appointments and spending a lot of time in waiting rooms. So when I saw this b...
It's been about 3 years since I read the last book in the series, and I honestly have no idea why I waited so long to continue! I just finished watching the 2 seasons of Outlander that deals with the first two books, so that's what prompted me to pick where I left off... but I honestly couldn't reme...
An amazing series, so much so that I'm halfway in just over a month! Very interesting historical plot line without being solely about the history - the story it tells is so intriguing it hurts. The characters are so well written and you become so attached it honestly made me cry a few times. Th...
The love affair between the highlander Jamie and his Sassanach Claire continues. Having successfully reunited and finding themselves in America, it's time to build a life together at last, after a twenty year separation. Though Claire and Jamie love each other, their life path certainly cannot run...
“But a man is not forgotten, as long as there are two people left under the sky. One, to tell the story; the other, to hear it.” At the end of each of the previous books I thought there is no way this story can continue to have this much depth. Future books have got to start becoming repetitive, bu...