Outlander: Nervous About Roger and Brianna's Fate? Here's What Happens to Them in the Books

POPSUGAR Entertainment | 1/14/2019 | Andrea Reiher
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Non-book readers may be wondering just what is to become of Roger (Richard Rankin) and Brianna (Sophie Skelton) on Outlander this season and into the future. The pair have had quite the tumultuous relationship so far, between the time travel, Brianna's rape, the kidnapping, and Roger being kind of a jerk on several occasions. Read on to find out what's in store for the star-crossed lovers, but be warned: spoilers from the books to follow!

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Thus far on Outlander, Roger and Bree haven't had too many happy moments together. They begin a relationship, only to have Roger freak out that Brianna wants to sleep with him — in his mind, they must be at least engaged first, though he has slept with other women already, so that's a touch hypocritical on his part. Then, when Brianna discovers that her parents soon perish in a fire back in the 1770s, she abruptly travels through time to find them and warn them, leaving Roger with nothing more than a letter that he isn't even supposed to receive for a year. That is not exactly the most loving gesture, either.

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But Roger loves Bree so much that he follows her through time and across an ocean, where they conduct a layperson's marriage commitment and consummate their relationship, only to then have a huge fight because Roger knew about Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie's (Sam Heughan) deaths in the fire and didn't tell Bree, completely taking away her agency in making the decision about warning them.

When he storms off, Bree is then raped by the villainous pirate Stephen Bonnet (Ed Speleers), and when she realizes she is pregnant, she doesn't know if the baby is Roger's or Bonnet's. There is a giant misunderstanding about...
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