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Wild Wishes and Windswept Kisses

A young adult romantic comedy
The follow-up to Drizzle, Dreams, and Lovestruck Things
Available now
Praise for Wild Wishes and Windswept Kisses:

"One thrilling, disastrous, romantic day . . . Come for the cozy Pacific Northwest vibes and the gorgeous prose, stay for the most important love story of all—the one between these four remarkable sisters.”

—Jake Maia Arlow, Stonewall Honor winner and author of How to Excavate a Heart

"With expressive prose that ignites the senses, Prasad whips up the perfect whirlwind of romance, heartbreak, and healing. The end result is a warm, lovingly crafted tale that proves sometimes the best way to weather a storm is through the unshakable bonds of family—and sisterhood."
—Brian D. Kennedy, author of A Little Bit Country

"Heartfelt and charming! Prasad’s lyrical prose breathes life and joy into the stories of the Singh sisters as they fall in and out of love, while always staying true to themselves and each other. This swoony slice-of-life romance melted my heart."
—Leslie Vedder, bestselling author of The Bone Spindle trilogy

"The Singh sisters are our modern-day Little Women . . . an utterly charming series to curl up with over a long weekend."
—Susan Azim Boyer, author of Jasmine Zumideh Needs a Win and The Search for Us" 

Warm, poignant relationships . . . As a windstorm picks up, so does the story’s pace, as it traces the ebb and flow of the ties among the members of the charming ensemble cast."


"A magical day of adventures, obstacles, and, of course, romance."
—School Library Journal
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Cover art: Chaaya Prabhat
Cover Design: Marci Senders

What happens after that first heady kiss?

On one wild, windy day in November, the Singh sisters Nidhi, Avani, Sirisha, and Rani are about to find out in this follow-up to Drizzle, Dreams, and Lovestruck Things, a 2023 Children's Book Council Young Adult and Librarian Favorite.


After spending months studying abroad in India, Nidhi’s headed back to the Songbird Inn, eager to dish with her sisters over hot cocoa. But when her flight gets diverted because of a major windstorm, she’s stranded. However, she’s not the only one—a certain dreamy street artist is also scrambling for transport. They’d lost touch, but could this be a second chance? 


Things have been rocky between Avani and Fernando, but they’re hoping to find their rhythm in a dance workshop. Until a power outage traps them in close quarters. Not again! This time it’s with the world’s most annoyingly perfect other couple. Barf. 


After a breakup leaves her feeling lost, Sirisha enters the Jade Club and dons a whole new persona at a Prohibition-themed murder-mystery party. When a gorgeous femme fatale starts flirting, can Sirisha uncover what’s real and what’s just a game? 


Rani is channeling all she’s learned about love into a new endeavor—creating a short film for a One Day Shoot-Out competition. But when her cast revolts from their (only slightly) dictatorial director, Rani might have to grit her teeth and team up with her biggest rival.


Relationships fall apart and come together. But through it all, there's one thing the Singhs can count on: their family will always be there for each other.

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