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Dragonfly in Amber: Outlander, Book 2 (1992)

The second book of the Outlander series, Dragonfly in Amber, continues with another amazing adventure of Claire beyond time.

The sweeping saga begun by Diana Gabaldon in her 1991 novel Outlander continues in her 1992 book Dragonfly in Amber. Dragonfly in Amber is a novel set in the 18th century and following the continuing adventures of the time-shifter Claire Beauchamp Randall (Claire) and her Highlander husband, James “Jamie” Fraser. It offers a compelling tale of intrigue and romance, war, and the strains of complicated family relationships.

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It focuses on the 1745 Jacobites rising in Scotland, but also provides an authentic background for the story of how the Fraser family handles the series of events that confront them.

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“Dragonfly in Amber tells the story of the Fraser family, who return from France to Scotland only to be separated, when they discover secrets of their families relationships”

The Book Guide® Editor

Now a legacy of love and desire will test her lovely daughter, Brianna, who has been raised by Claire, as Claire’s spellbound journey of self-discoveries continues in the intrigue-filled Paris court of Charles Stuart.

Dragonfly in Amber: Outlander, Book 2 (1992) by Diana Gabaldon

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