by Linda Banche
Charles sees mistletoe that no one else sees over the despised Penelope, who jilted him. Penelope wants nothing to do with the faithless Charles, who cried off after he proposed. But he often looks at her, or rather, at something on the empty ceiling over her. Folklore names mistletoe the plant of peace. Can their lingering hurt allow them to heed the mistletoe’s message? A Regency romance.