This is an excellent time-travel romance. The second in the Outlander series. I enjoyed it just as much as the first book. There are references to the first book "Outlander" but not so much to be overdone. I love reading series books in order and I can't wait for to read the 3rd in this series.
This is Claire's first visit
back since she and husband Frank visited 22 years before--when she
walked through a Druid stone circle into the middle of the 18th
century. Now, Frank is dead, and Claire hopes to learn what happened to
the second great love of her life--gallant Jamie Fraser, laird of
Lallybroch whom she married during her journey into the past.
also looking for a way to tell Brianna who her real father is. Framed
by these dilemmas, the bulk of the story consists of the second
installment of Claire and Jamie's adventures. Escaping the English
death sentence passed against Jamie, they flee to prerevolutionary
Paris, where they secretly work at foiling Bonnie Prince Charlie's
efforts to regain the Scottish throne.