She asks Roger if Roger is Scottish, saying that Wakefield doesn’t sound Scottish

She asks Roger if Roger is Scottish, saying that Wakefield doesn’t sound Scottish

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 tells her the Duke was called Butcher Billy, and the people of the Highlands are not very fond of him. He tells her that the reverend was his mother’s uncle and adopted him when his parents were killed in the war. He says his last name is MacKenzie and that quite a few of his relatives lie under the clan stone on Culloden Field.

Roger escorts Brianna around the battle site, explaining various things and giving her a history of the place. 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. The next day, while Claire is at the library, they tackle the garage and find a set of the Reverend’s journals. Read More