Book Reviews, Favourites

Outlander Series Overview



One of my reading goals for this year was to read the entire Outlander series (which I did). I wanted to read the books after watching the first two series of the TV show. I have loved all the books and Jamie and Claire have become one of my ultimate OTPs.


Reading this series took commitment and is definitely the longest book series I’ve read. Most of the main series books are over a 1000 pages and on average took me a week to a week and a half to read. Plus there were all the novellas and  the Lord John Grey series. I know that when I read this series I wanted to read it properly, so I read everything.


However is you are interested in the story but your not sure if you want to read the entire series (I get it, it is pretty hefty). I think reading just the first book is great as it ends on a happily for now scenario and not really in a cliffhanger (of course I recommend reading the whole series).


I have compiled all my reviews in the one place to make it all easy to find.


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Favourite Books Read in March


I finally started the Outlander series and I couldn’t be happier that I did. Plus there were some other really good books this month including a brand new author.



This book is epic filled with romance, drama and adventure and Jamie and Claire have become one of my favourite couples. This is must read and absolutely amazing.


Dragonfly in Amber

This continues the epic adventure of Outlander. New characters are introduced plus new and exciting revelations that make it impossible to stop reading the series.


Don’t Speak

This is an emotional and heartwarming retelling of The Little Mermaid. The story of a simple island girl falling for the rich Governor’s Son and how they eventually reconcile their differences.


The Coppersmith Farmhouse

This an amazing debut novel telling the story of a woman and her daughter starting a new life in a small town and meeting the town Sheriff who changes their world. This was a fantastic read and can’t wait to read whatever else the author writes.



This continues the story of Ace and Dylan and how they work with and support each other to achieve their own sort of happy ending.