Seven stones to stand or fall : a collection of Outlander fiction
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Subjects: Time travel -- Fiction.
Other Authors: Gabaldon, Diana. Short stories. Selections.
Description: xvi, 526 pages ; 25 cm
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These historical romance series offer sweeping romantic sagas featuring protagonists who are outsiders in their communities whose love for each other overcomes time and place. Outlander involves time travel, unlike the Wilderness series. -- Rebecca Sigmon
The fantasy series Kushiel's Legacy novel and the historical series Outlander are each graced by a resourceful female protagonist involved in a complicated love triangle. Adventure, action, romance, and very steamy sex figure prominently in these sprawling stories. -- Jessica Zellers
The Outlander novels will send you back to eighteenth century Scotland, while the Highlander romances will send you to the sixteenth century. Both fast-paced, character-driven series are filled with passion and drama, although the Highlander tales are far steamier. -- Mike Nilsson
With sizable casts, these series offer thrilling plots that blend history, romance, and adventure; they also integrate plenty of period detail. The resulting sagas are fast-paced and suspenseful. -- Shauna Griffin
Though their settings are very different, fans of descriptive, character-driven historical fiction about relationships between men and women might be interested in these series. Both focus on feisty, independent heroines from the 1940s, and pepper their romance with adventure. -- Kaitlyn Moore
Travel backward to eighteenth century Scotland in the Outlander novels or travel forward from the seventeenth century to modern Seattle in the Dark Warrior novels. Both series are atmospheric and dramatic, though the Dark Warrior novels contain explicit sex scenes. -- Mike Nilsson
The best thing about being thrown back in time is falling in love. Hot heroines from the present melt into the strong arms of fearless Scottish warriors from the past in these romantic time travel novels. -- Mike Nilsson
These series share: the genre 'Historical fiction' and the subject 'Men/women relations'.
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