He had wrapped his cloak around her shoulders and sworn to protect her, but that was as cruel a jape as the crown the Freys had placed atop the head of Robb Stark’s direwolf after they’d sewn it onto his headless corpse. Sansa knew that as well. The way she looked at him, her stiffness when she climbed into their bed… when he was with her, never for an instant could he forget who he was, or what he was. No more than she did. She still went nightly to the godswood to pray, and Tyrion wondered if she were praying for his death. She had lost her home, her place in the world, and everyone she had ever loved or trusted. Winter is coming, warned the Stark words, and truly it had come for them with a vengeance. But it is high summer for House Lannister. So why am I so bloody cold?
I'm not sure if you've been asked this and divert me to that ask, but what is the purpose of Dany seeing the vision of Robb at the Red Wedding in The House of the Undying Ones? It really doesn't affect her at all, unless if she meets Jon and they discuss it somehow. Unless it was a way for GRRM to do some foreshadowing to the reader, it doesn't do anything for Danys story.