Outlander is an adventure throughout every page, taking the reader through the early life of Claire Randall an English twenty something beauty . Its after World War II where Claire is reunited with her husband Frank, a historian and simpleton. Their relationship is content with love and respect but lacks the passion that Claire desires.The couple find themselves in Scotland, when one day Claire suddenly disappears. She awakens in Scotland , the year 1745 and the feeling of war and tension in the air. Claire is immediately approached by a solider named Jack Randall, an ancestor of her husband Frank. Despite the uncanny likeness to her husband, she can feel the coldness of his character. Jack Randall mistakes her for a whore at first due to her modern day attire. She quickly makes up a story about trying to return to her relatives in France. Abruptly their conversation is interrupted by an unidentified Scot and she is forcefully taken to a remote cabin. There she is greeted by a roomful of Scotsman attempting to figure who she is. Having been uprooted from everything she knows and thrown into a life of turmoil, she soon misses her simple but kind husband Frank and decides she will return to him. However, fate has a different plan for her . In the cabin ,she sees a young injured man in need of medical attention. Due to Claire's time as a nurse during the war, she cannot help wanting to mend him back to health. The more time that she spends with Jamie her affections grown and Claire soon finds unexpected love and solace in the handsome Scottish Highlander Jamie Fraser. Now knowing what each world holds, she will have to choose between her previous loyalties and the new found love in that of Jamie Fraser.