If Hope weren’t so dedicated to keeping everyone at an arm’s length, Josie thinks they might be friends.“You sound a little upset, Penelope.” Hope says, sugary sweet, “Is everything okay? I just wanted to let you know, if this thing is really happening, there’s no hard feelings from me.I mean, I’ve been there, so, I get it.” Penelope looks to Josie, “Although I am surprised by you, Josie.Her eyes immediately seek out the source, finding Penelope walking into the library with two of her followers at her sides, books tucked under her arm.
While keeping Hope’s company has a lot to do with her being Josie’s safeguard against the mistletoe at the moment, it’s actually been kind of nice, forming a friendship independent of Lizzie.
Trying to kiss a woman you do not know simply because you are both standing under the mistletoe is creepy and if a guy I did not know attempted that with me, I would be grossed out.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mistletoe I'd imagine with how everyone is either over the top over affection or lack of caring if someone is in a relationship, I'd say just make sure you know where the other person stands as far as in a relationship, etc lol.
Some might say no harm in it anyways, but there's where it depends on the person and their stance on it.
When you have a twin, so much of your life is shared.
Penelope had been the first time Josie had ever had something truly her own – something she hadn’t known she’d really desired, until it happened.
Josie never thought of how similar Hope’s disconnect to her magic is to her and Lizzie’s.