FROM THE BOOKCOVER: For him, love was a nightmare. Haunted by memories of a Christmas Eve inferno, trauma surgeon Jace Colton guards his solitude as fiercely and as passionately as he tends to the desperately ill who need his care. For her, it is an awakening. Julia Anne Hayley's memories are lovely, not haunting, a billowy cocoon in which she has hidden from life, from living, far too long. But now her cherished sister is gone, and at last she must dare to fly ... Now they both need a miracle. They have 6 days, 6 nights, in London. Their time together is like a snowflake; delicate and perfect, it cannot last. Jace must leave to help the victims of a terrible war. And when tragedy strikes anew, Julia and Jace must hope for the magic that comes only on A Midnight Clear.
If you are interested in a quick, mainstream read, this is not the book for you. A MIDNIGHT CLEAR is written like poetry; you have to actually think as you read. It was awkward for me, at first, to get into the flow of the text, but once I did, sometime into the 2nd chapter, I was literally enchanted. The beauty of this book will stay with you long after you've finished it.