Drums of Autumn (Outlander, #4) by Diana Gabaldon
This is the fourth book in the Outlander series and Claire and Jamie’s new adventures are in the Americas. They travel with Ian Murray (Jamie’s nephew) to North Carolina where they meet Jamie’s Aunt Jocasta at River Run. Even though Aunt Jocasta wants to leave Jamie her estate, he prefers to settle at Fraser’s Ridge which is more secluded and something he can call his own. Of course, Claire and Jamie run into Indians and bears on the way and meet interesting characters as well.
In addition to Claire and Jamie’s story, Brianna (Claire and Jamie’s daughter) and Roger Wakefield MacKenzie (a distant ancestor of Dougal MacKenzie and Gilles Duncan) join the adventures by doing some time travel themselves. Brianna goes back on her own from the 1970s to the 1770s to warn Claire and Jamie about a historical fact that she finds out and Roger discovers where Brianna has gone and follows her.
Of course, I love this series, but I thought the whole Jamie/Roger misunderstanding and the search for him took too long. However, that won’t stop me from continuing on to the next in the series, The Fiery Cross. As always, Davina Porter is a fantastic narrator and I recommend trying out the books on CD. They are excellent!