Wanderlove by Belle Malory




Lola Moori is hiding a secret she doesn't know she's keeping.

She begins to remember someone. Someone important. His name is Gabe…and whatever they shared, she could feel that it was epic.

Yet it seems Gabe wanted her to forget him. Forever.

The curse that repressed Lola’s memories for the span of several lifetimes is coming undone. But unfortunately for Lola, she discovers that some secrets are better left buried.
Kindle Edition
Published September 20th 2011 

  Wanderlove was a fantastic surprise. I tend to judge books by their covers (as I think we all do) so I thought this would be a cute, sweet read. Well, Wanderlove is one you don't judge by its cute cover. Belle Malory has definitely penned a mature, strong storyline. Like I said, Wanderlove is not to be judged by its sweet looking cover. Belle Malory has created an amazing story that kept my eyes glued to the pages with these gypsies living life over and over again. I also enjoyed all the characters in Wanderlove. The main character, Lola, was strong, bouncy, and true to herself and to her feelings. Malory’s writing is exciting and intriguing. She has written an amazingly deep storyline and pulled it all together beautifully.

Lola is a gypsy, and her life in this gypsy world is totally different from the normal world. Fathers have the right to sell their daughters to the highest bidder. This could mean marriage, or to a madam, or whoever brings the most money. When Lola's father sells her to a madam, that’s it for Lola, she can't take any more. So she runs away and abandons her gypsy life, which is the worst thing you can do in the gypsy's world.

Lola ends up at her grandmother's house where she meets Gabe. A twenty-two year old guy that is making her feel things for him she doesn’t understand. Especially when Gabe is engaged to her cousin, Annika. Lola was cursed to not remember who she was in her past lives, unlike other gypsies who can remember their past lives, but love has its own power. And soon Lola will know what these feelings for Gabe means, and why love for her is a curse for death.

Wanderlove is an intruding, fun, and the romance and drama between Lola and Gabe had me begging for their love to win after repeated lifetimes of defeat. I recommend Wanderlove as fantastic read.

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