Takara will do anything to prove her
family’s reputation for failure does not apply to her –
anything. But when her boyfriend Ben volunteers her to
cook fifty pies for Thanksgiving, Takara is ready to cry in
desperation, because how is she supposed to do this by
herself? Or even with Ben’s help?
Ben’s just trying to help Takara live
up to her own expectations of not being like the rest
of her family. But this time even his sunny attitude and
generous disposition to do anything to help might not be
enough to get them through this.
However, when Peter, a strange guy,
shows up in Takara’s kitchen and offers to help them make
this Thanksgiving something memorable enough to cement
Takara’s career it raises both Takara and Ben’s hackles,
while unexpectedly turning them both on.
Will Peter convince them that he and
his curse are real? And will they let him help make Takara
On a Wing and a Wishbone
is a fun, lightweight comedy that has enough elements of a
fairytale to bring up specters of all time favorites with
its inclusion of great elements like curses, witches and
love that surpasses time and place. Takara is a great
damsel in distress, but with a touch of steel that makes her
admirable, instead of weak. Meanwhile, Ben is your classic
good looking hero, but with such good humor to temper his
“thick-headedness” that he comes across as a lovable man.
Peter is charming, cursed and absolutely irresistible with
his inherent sadness but unrelenting drive to help
accomplish the impossible. When these three are thrown
together it makes for an entertaining tale that will sweep
you along until the very end. However, it must be noted
that while the tale is a romance it only has a light element
of erotic content, making it perfect for those readers that
like their romances light and sweet, more than sweaty. Get
On a Wing and a Wishbone for a day when you
want a great lighthearted romance!