Bree and William finally see each other in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 93
We start with Bree working on her portrait of Angelina Brumby in Outlander Book 9, Chapter 93. However, it ends with Bree and William seeing each other for the first time since William learned the truth about his parentage.
Brianna is understandably worried about Roger. Fortunately, Lord John Grey is able to get positive information about her husband. Roger is alive and is helping to bury the dead in the American camp.
This allows Bree to focus on the task at hand. She’s working on the portrait of Angelina Brumby, but she does other sketches and portraits in between sittings. It’s when there’s a young soldier at the door that she fears the worst about Roger. Fortunately, it’s just a misunderstanding.
The chapter ends with William coming to the door. He immediately realizes what Lord John Grey has done.
I would love to see this chapter used in the TV series for the William and Bree moment. I’ll get to my thoughts on that in the adaptation section.
I don’t see all that much foreshadowing, though. This chapter is very much in the moment of the aftermath of the battle that happened around Bree.
Let’s dive into Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone Chapter 93.