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1. The man knows how to wear a kilt

Known in Outlander circles as #KneePorn.

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2. He is a born leader

From farmboy to commander of the Jacobite rebellion. Laird Broch Tuarach has our hearts.

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3. He's good with horses

Don't underestimate those gentle hands.

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4. He studied in France

Our Jamie is a smart one! He may look like a simple stablehand but he can hold his own in Versailles.

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5. He speaks Gaelic & French

Get him to whisper sweet nothings to you in both! He also speaks German, Spanish, Italian, Latin & Greek (to name a few).

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6. He is great in a fight

Important when you're a sassenach stuck in Scotland during the 18th century.

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7. He will believe you when you tell him you're a time traveller

A very important quality when he's your romantic companion on your time travelling journey.

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8. He loves his family, fiercely

God help the man who stands between Jamie Fraser and Claire. Blackjack Randall, for example.

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9. He will keep track of your cycle!

When you've fallen through time ain't nobody got time to track those monthlies. Don't worry lass, he kens.Source: giphy.com

10. He's basically the King of Men

Enough said. All men are ruined forever.

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Sarah Holmes

Sarah Holmes

Marketing Executive. Contemporary romances with gorgeous covers are my forte. Eating ice cream is also my forte. These two interests are usually combined.

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