Every Friday Parajunkee's View and Alison Can Read hosts Feature and Follow Friday. One lucky blog is featured and interviewed while the rest of us post our own responses to the question of the week and blog hop to say hello to each other!
Here is this week's question:
Q: This Sunday in the U.S. is Mother’s Day, in celebration, what are some of your favorite books with strong mother/child relationships?
HeatherJay's answer: This was a hard one. I mostly read Paranormal or Urban Fantasy and most of those involve orphans. However, I am a hardcore fan of the Outlander series (Time Travel/Scottish Highlands/Historical Romance/ Best Male Lead EVER, no really, EVER) from Diana Gabaldon and the relationship between the protagonist, Claire, and her daughter Brianna is perfection. With a plot that is way to complex to go into, what transpires between the two spans 200 years, two fathers and a helluva lot of drama. One of my favorite quotes from Brianna to her mom after discussing her marriage:
"Catholics don't believe in divorce. We do believe in murder. There's always Confession, after all."