Sienna Black writes about three main characters and their relationship: Takara who owns a catering business, Ben her amicable, nurturing, boyfriend, and Peter who mysteriously appears at Takara's after she wishes with a pendant her mother gave her.
Takara's family has a history of failing at big time jobs, but her business is doing fine. The drama surfaces when Takara's business receives a shipment with twice the number of turkeys ordered, then, Peter magically appears to tell her to make a feast of it for anyone and everyone. At Peters' arrival Takara and Peter have an amazing connection. Then Ben is introduced and they lust for each other, but Genie doesn't like the threesome's closeness and takes Peter back to the genies world just prior to the dinner.
The food is great and the feast goes well but one thing is missing - Peter.
The On a Wing and a Wishbone finale turns kinky when Ben is bisexual with Peter and then a m‚nage as Takara is included. Takara and Ben seem to have a wonderfully loving relationship and accept Peter equally. The situations are romantic with little sexual interplay description more of a romance than erotica classification. I might suggest On a Wing and a Wishbone for a first time m‚nage reader.
Genre: Multicultural Poly Paranormal
Takara dreams of running her own catering business, but no one in Wexford Bay believes she can pull it off. Why should they? She's a Duncan, and if there's anything Duncans are known for, it's failed dreams. But she's determined to prove them wrong.
Her gorgeous boyfriend Ben gives her the chance of a lifetime when he promises they can make fifty pies in two weeks' time for a Thanksgiving celebration. He believes in her, and he's willing to do anything, even roll pie crusts to help her dreams come true. Problem is, it's still a lot of work, even for two.
In a whimsical moment, Takara makes a wish on a good luck charm given to her by her mother -- another dreamer. Turns out, there's more to that charm than luck. In fact, it's bound to a centuries-old, eternally young Russian man, Peter, who crossed a witch and has no choice but to help the bearer of the charm who needs him.
But what is meant by "help" and "need" is open to interpretation, and soon Ben and Takara both find themselves in "need" of something only Peter can give them.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: M‚nage (m/f/m), some m/m sexual interaction.