When she held Bree, nursed her, and saw the baby looking at her with her father's eyes. Roger tells them they're not, and they arrive just as Gillian sets her husband on fire. She says Brianna looks almost exactly like her grandmother.
She tells them about the stones at Craigh na Dun where she went back in time to and met Jonathan Randall. She asks him not to mention Jamie Fraser to Brianna.
Events of the Novels Dragonfly in Amber Edit In Scotland, Claire Randall brings her daughter to the town of Inverness and introduces her to Roger Wakefieldhome from Oxford to settle the belongings of his adopted father Reverend Reginald Wakefieldrecently passed away. Claire says until she was born. She tells them she married Jamie Fraser as a way to protect her from Randall. They also find a letter of commission signed by the king for Jonathan Randall.
She tells them she knows how it sounds, but it's the truth and there's nothing she can do about it. She's furious because Jamie's remains are not supposed to be there since he died miles away. Brianna asks if she is a Sassenach and Fiona laughs and says "yes," but she likes her just fine.
In the fall she began her university studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with a major in history. Claire says she honored that promise, but now that he's dead, Brianna needs to know the truth. He continued to take her to practice shooting, with a pistol, rifle and shotgun well into her teens.
Roger takes Brianna to the Culloden visitor center where she remarks that a mannequin of the Duke of Cumberland has a little piggy face. Roger gets angry in return and tells her not to be so selfish, that it isn't just her life that's being affected.
Bree angrily insists that Frank Randall was her father, and she doesn't know why Claire is saying that he was not.
Roger rushes to stop Gillian and if Brianna hadn't stopped him, he would have been pulled into the stones. Roger escorts Brianna around the battle site, explaining various things and giving her a history of the place.
Roger asks Claire if she wants him to find out what did happen to Jamie Fraser and Claire tells him yes. When he drives her back to their bread and breakfast, she thanks him and offers to help him with the grubby task of cleaning out the Reverend's papers and Roger eagerly agrees.
Roger and Bree amuse themselves with some of the more colorful inscriptions on the gravestones, while Claire wanders about looking for plants. He tells her it's Geillis Duncan and asks if that was something her mother thought up.
When Brianna reached school age, her mother started medical school. Kildaa small village near Broch Tuarach.
Claire asks Bree if she found anything at the Highland Clans library, and Brianna shows her a book of Highland legends and an entry inside entitled "Leap O' the Cask. One day, a boy bringing a cask of ale to the Laird's cave met a group of English dragoons and when the boy refuses to answer the soldier's questions, they attack him, and he drops the cask into the burn below.
Brianna's eyes narrow when Roger introduces her as his girlfriend to Edgars. She'd had a difficult pregnancy; both she and Brianna would have died had Claire remained in the past. Brianna says that the Laird must be Red Jamie because of the dull brown bonnet he wore to hide his red hair.
Brianna goes to the Highland Clans offices to photocopy a list of documents Roger compiled. Claire revealed the truth to Brianna: However, soon she found out that Claire had ulterior reasons for bringing her there.
Claire's daughter hotly suggests that perhaps her mother is just jealous because Frank loved her so much and not his wife. When she returns to the manse, she brings Fiona Graham items from the store to make scones and jokingly asks the housekeeper if they're having haggis for dinner.
As they climb the hill, she thinks they're all being silly. He asks if she heard the stones as well, and she nods in agreement. Inside the church, Roger and Brianna kiss for the first time and then hear a scream from outside. When Brianna is startled by a mouse, Roger amuses her with rat satires, short rhymes warning away rodents.
Geillis Duncan, from traveling to the past. Roger says that the Fraser was not Young Simon because history knows what happened to him, and that left only Jamie.
When Roger asks about the list of men she gave him to research, he tells her he noticed that their leader Jamie Fraser wasn't on the list. Brianna begins to believe her mother's story. She throws a temper tantrum in the style of her Highlander father. She says she loved Frank, but she had fallen in love with Jamie and couldn't leave him.