A Kiss for Midwinter (The Brothers Sinister)

A Kiss For Midwinter - Courtney Milan During the first 3/4th quarter of the book, I wept, or felt like weeping. There was so much sadness, primarily in Dr. Grantham's outlook of the world; then in Lydia's realization that she hadn't moved on from the past hurts.
Then they saved each other. It was beautiful.
This story was certainly an emotional tale, not a light-read I'd expect from every historical romance.
I forsook my sleep to finish this book. So it was definitely a worthy read. As for a coherent review, I'm not sure if I'm prepared to put my feelings (about what this book conveyed to me) in writing. Perhaps someday I'll revisit their story, and a proper review would come.

It was unlike any Brothers Sinister story, but I was moved to the core while reading it. It has a happy ending, so, thankfully, I didn't end up in tears, the last 1/4 quarter put my fears to rest, and made me believe in hope again. :D